The fourth generation of TaylorMade’s Milled Grind wedges continues the consistency benefits of machined sole shaping of its predecessors while expanding the range of distinct grinds to include three new options at the higher lofts for a total of seven.
TaylorMade’s fourth-generation P·790 irons continue the trend of bringing high-speed face flexing and a progressive approach to forgiveness across the full set in the guise of compact shaping that better players prefer as much as those aspiring to be better players.
Although TaylorMade did a nice job of upgrading the look of its game-improvement irons with its original Stealth irons, the introduction of an all-black version might just make an already appealing iron even more attractive.
The line includes high-forgiveness, draw-enhancing fairway woods and hybrids (the HD models), the easier launching, faster-faced standard models and better player options with the more iron-like flight of the Stealth Plus hybrid and multiple adjustability and driver-like face of the titanium Stealth Plus fairway wood.
In recent years a key to successfully marketing almost any golf club has been to create something with visible technology. Those thinking TaylorMade’s latest iron line-up might chase that design goal will be disappointed.