Taylormade P7MB Irons Review

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Taylormade P-7MB Irons in Golfer Geeks' Bag

This is Golfer Geeks’ Taylormade P7MB irons review.

I’m an avid golfer, 8ish handicap on my way to a 2 (been a 5.6), and frequent tester of golf clubs and equipment since 2015.

I had the P-7MBs for 2 weeks. I did the bulk of my testing on the course. I hit them a little in my backyard on my mat and launch monitor and a littler bit on the range at the course. (I joined a new course and I’m still getting used to their range and the best times to go)

Summary: Taylormade P-7MB irons are exactly as advertised. They’re made for the elite of the elite ball striker – Tour Pros. They’re the most demanding irons I’ve tested.

In this review of the Taylormade P-7MB irons, I discuss my experience with the clubs, unique features and benefits, as well as customer reviews and potential alternatives. 

Highly Recommended
Taylormade P-7MB Irons
4.8
Pros:
  • Good Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
Cons:
  • None
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Taylormade P-7MB Irons Overview

Taylormade P-7MB irons are made for precision impact and the elite of the elite ball strikers.

You better bring everything because they’re not here to help you. They’re here to show off your skill – if you’ve got it.

Why Consider the P-7MB Irons

Only consider the P-7MBs if you’re an elite ball striker and have zero interest in forgiveness or help with distance.

They will deliver any shot you can conjur if you’ve got the game and they look awesome while doing it.

Set Tested – 3-PW, Standard Lie, Right Hand
Shaft:
FST KBS Tour Steel Stiff Flex

Taylormade P-7MB Iron Specs

ClubLoftLie AngleOffsetLength
320*60.5*1.9 mm39″
423*61*1.8 mm38.5″
526*61.5*1.75 mm38″
630*62*1.7 mm37.5″
734*62.5*1.6 mm37″
838*63*1.55 mm36.5″
942.5*63.5*1.5 mm″36″
PW47*64*1.4 mm35.75″

My Experience with the Taylormade P-7MB Irons

Humbling…a little. I have no problem saying a club(s) is too much for me. Taylormade P-7MB irons are too much for me. So that’s why I was only humbled a little instead of being crushed.

I put in a little work on my launch monitor and backyard hitting mat, but I got the main work on the course.

I found the middle of the fairway on the first hole with my driver.

I had about 165 yards in an pulled the 7-iron – my normal choice from that distance. .

I hit it a touch thin and missed the sweet spot on the toe side – typical for me and not bad by my standards. Club and a half short. I knew right away, the 7MBs are a different ballgame.

2nd hole – par 5. Mediocre drive means a layup of about 200 yards. I pulled the 4-iron and nearly shanked it. I hit all manner of bad shots – shanks aren’t one of them…until now (and later a couple times).

Honestly, this shook me a little. I proceeded to skull a wedge over the green into the junk.

I did manage to flush two shots I remember vividly. A pitching wedge from 129 yards from just right of the fairway in the first cut on the par-4 4th. Right over the flag. Felt great.

Then, the second shot on the par-5 6th hole – another layup. I flushed a 7-iron 174 yards, then wedged in. To my dismay – I didn’t repeat those heroics the rest of the round.

Conclusion – The Taylormade P-7MBs are too much club for me.

Review of the Taylormade P-7MB Irons

Taylormade P-7MB Irons

Looks: (A+) I think they’re the best looking clubs I’ve put my hands on. Elegant design. Sleek and compact clubhead.

Sound/ Feel: (B) Good sound and feel with solid impact.

Distance: (B) Like the P7MCs, they do what they’re designed for – go a prescribed distance consistently and no surprises. They’re not short, but you must bring the distance.

Forgiveness: (B) Exactly what you’d expect by this point in the review. They are not forgiving, but are exactly as forgiving as they’re designed to be. (Maybe that should be an “A” because they hit their mark)

Flight / Playability: (A) THIS is why you buy these irons. You can play any shot you have on any trajectory you have.   

Value: (A) ~$187/club (as of today) – On par with better-player clubs from other manufacturers.

Customer Reviews

Average rating of 4.9 with 51 reviews. 96% (22 of 23) would recommend the P-7MBs.

Who are the P-7MB irons for?

Tour pros and soon-to-be tour pros. Maybe elite 1-handicap amateurs.

Low handicap: (Yes) Elite low handicaps & PGA pros will love these.
Mid handicap: (NoNoNo) Noooooooooooo
High handicap: (See “Mid handicap”)

Potential Alternatives

Excellent Blades
Highly Recommended
Highly Recommended
Pros:
  • Great Sound & Feel
  • Surprisingly forgiving
  • Excellent playability
  • Great looking
Pros:
  • Exceptional Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
Pros:
  • Solid Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
  • Touch of forgiveness
Cons:
  • Price
Cons:
  • Bring your distance
Cons:
  • None
Description:

Better Feel & More Forgiveness than P-7MBs

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Description:

Better Feel & More Forgiveness than P-7MBs

Description:
Excellent Blades
Pros:
  • Great Sound & Feel
  • Surprisingly forgiving
  • Excellent playability
  • Great looking
Cons:
  • Price
Description:

Better Feel & More Forgiveness than P-7MBs

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Highly Recommended
Pros:
  • Exceptional Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
Cons:
  • Bring your distance
Description:

Better Feel & More Forgiveness than P-7MBs

Highly Recommended
Pros:
  • Solid Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
  • Touch of forgiveness
Cons:
  • None
Description:

Our Verdict on the Taylormade P-7MB Irons

Elite player clubs meant for elite players. Taylormade made these for touring pros, but made them gorgeous so the rest of us would want to hit them too.

I suggest the rest of us seek life elsewhere. Don’t get these because you think you’ll play up to them.

Would I buy them? No, nonononononononononono. Waay too club much for me.

My #1 suggestion is to get your hands on them before you buy. Either at your local golf store or take advantage of Global Golf’s Utry trial program. I use it and recommend it.  

Thanks for checking out our Taylormade P7MB irons review and let us know how they work for you.

Highly Recommended
Taylormade P-7MB Irons
4.8
Pros:
  • Good Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
Cons:
  • None
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FAQ

What handicap should play TaylorMade P7MC irons?

Touring pros or those trying to get on tour.

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I'm an avid golfer of 30 years, an 8ish handicap on my way to a 2 (been a 5.6), and frequent tester of golf clubs and equipment since 2015.