TaylorMade P770, Titleist T200, Srixon ZX5 | Comparison Review Battle

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Specifications: Data

TaylorMade P770

CLUB 3       4       5       6       7        8       9        PW   AW
LOFT 19.5° 22.5° 25.5° 29.0° 33.0° 37.0° 41.5° 46.0° 51.0°
LIE 60.5° 61° 61.5° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64°
OFFSET 3.6mm 3.3mm 3.0mm 2.7mm 2.4mm 2.2mm 1.9mm 1.6mm 1.6mm
LENGTH 39.00″ 38.50″ 38.00″ 37.50″ 37.00″ 36.50″ 36.00″ 35.75″ 35.50″

Titleist T200

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 W w2 w3
T100 21° 24° 27° 30° 34° 38° 42° 46° 50° — —
T100•S 19° 22° 25° 28° 32° 36° 40° 44° 48° — —
T200 — 22° 25° 28° 31° 35° 39° 43° 48° — —
T300 — 20° 23° 26° 29° 33° 38° 43° 48° 53° —
T400 — — 20° 23° 26° 29° 33° 38° 43° 49° 55°
Lie 61° 61.5° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64° 64° 64° 64°
Length 39.00″ 38.50″ 38.00″ 37.50″ 37.00″ 36.50″ 36.00″ 35.75″ 35.50″ 35.50″ 35.25″

Srixon ZX5

4 22° 60.5° 4.0 38.5″ D2 RH
5 24° 61.0° 3.8 38″ D2 RH/LH
6 27° 61.5° 3.5 37.5″ D2 RH/LH
7 31° 62.0° 3.2 37″ D2 RH/LH
8 35° 62.5° 3.0 36.5″ D2 RH/LH
9 39° 63.0° 2.7 36″ D2 RH/LH
PW 44° 63.5° 2.4 35.5″ D2 RH/LH

In this video we take the 7-iron of 3 different iron sets and hit 10 shots with each one of them to do a side-by-side comparison of each iron. The three irons we will be comparing are the TaylorMade P770, the Titleist T200, and the Srixon ZX5. Which incidentally, are the top three irons I am currently considering for what is next to be in my bag. Remember, my reviews of golf clubs are always performed by an “average” golfer for all you average golfers, whether you're a single digit handicap or and mid-handicap or a high-handicap player. Grab yourself a bevvy, and enjoy this fun head-to-head-to-head battle of three incredible irons!If you are considering or have recently purchased any of these three irons, or if you have any questions, make sure and leave a comment below. As always, don't forget to pound that “THUMBS UP” button. If you aren't already a subscriber, be sure to smash that SUBSCRIBE button, and hit the bell for notifications!

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James Ratcliff says:

You were looking for more spin. Srixon gave you the most spin. Seems like you are chasing distance with the other two. I know you said they performed better in the individual testing but these 3 were head to head on the same day. Dispersion wise, maybe alternating 5 swings with each club may yield different results. Seems like the Srixon could be dialed in a little better via a fitting. Had more spin at less loft than the P770 by a long shot.

Steve Froggett says:

T200. Looks – it won’t look like new for long. The back metal insert has the same integrity as a piece of aluminium foil. Great great club (performance wise) but a big no for me as I want my hard earned dollars to last more than a few rounds. They need to address this in the next release later this year.

All 3 iron sets are around £850 (including the Srixons) for a 6 iron set over here in the UK.

Srixon ZX4 will be a significantly larger iron at address than the likes of the P770.

Aaron Nimz says:

Did you still feel like the Srixon had such a weird flight in comparison to the other 2? I have only used them in a sim.

Aaron Nimz says:

Also, I saw a review on the ZX4 after my fitting. They aren't released at the time. They are bombers and chunky. But, I bet you could run a full set of Srixon combining forged, ZX7, 5, and 4.

Aaron Nimz says:

Man..I see what you are saying about the spin numbers. I am guessing that is why the distance dispersion was so crazy with the other clubs. Like…I was killing some of the other irons, but I would rather have the consistency.

I was slightly higher on smash and clubhead speed too though. I think you should definitely give the ZX7 a look from 7-PW. I wish I did. I hear they are still pretty forgiving.

All solid irons though tbh, and everyone has an iron that fits them best. Thanks for the review! ?

Aaron Nimz says:

The distance dispersion, and center line, is why I chose Srixon. I was catching 15 yard gaps with everything else.

Anthony Hegg says:

Just curious why you didn’t test the Srixon ZX7’s? I’m guessing you would get a little more spin due to slightly weaker loft.

Aly's golf says:

In my rigorous test for me using 7 irons of the following clubs (p770; p7mc; sx7; jpx921 tour; cobra forged tec – no titleist as did not have access to one left handed) for 5 consecutive rounds from different parts of the golf course and on different courses and conditions and shots with each club from the same spot one after another using my gamer ball, the results in order or performance (consistent distance and least drop off, feel, looks, great flight, stopping Aly's

admin says:

Yeah, I totally agree. I tried to mention that too. That despite my love for the P770, most golfers would have to be pretty aware of the possibility of the occasional flyer. https://golfdiscountmall.com/all-good-golfers-do-this/

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