Can Trottie golf build Hannah a set of TaylorMade irons that will transform her game? Watch the video below to find out.
Getting fit into a new set of irons is a big deal, and getting the right specifications will make a massive difference to your performance on the golf course. Earlier this year, Hannah travelled to TaylorMade Golf’s Headquarters in Carlsbad, California, to see if a Trottie Golf iron fitting would help her game.
Hannah was fit into the P7MC in the pitching wedge to 7 iron, and 6-4 in P770 iron heads. They have KBS Tour Steel 110g stiff shafts and are 2 degrees flat. The 7 iron is 1 degree stronger to bridge the gap between lofts in the two iron sets. Hannah chose a combo set because of the added distance and forgiveness the P770 heads offer but loved the look, feel and performance that the P7MC short irons offer.
Hopefully, seeing how much depth Trottie and Hannah go into gives you some insight as to what a tour standard custom iron fitting looks like and will help you make good decisions in your next one.
Find out more about the irons in TaylorMade’s 2023 lineup
- TaylorMade P7MB Review
- TaylorMade P7MC Review
- TaylorMade P770 Review
- TaylorMade P790 Review
- TaylorMade Stealth Irons review
- TaylorMade Stealth HD irons review
What do you think of this fitting with Trottie? Let me know with a tweet.
This video was filmed at The Kingdom, Carlsbad California, and we are wearing Puma apparel.
What’s In My Bag?
- Driver: TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD
- 3 Wood: Callaway Paradym fairway wood
- Irons: Takomo 301mb
- Wedges: Callaway Jaws Raw wedge
- Putter: TaylorMade TP Reserved putter
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