Titleist T100 vs Taylormade P770 Irons Comparison

Titleist T100 Irons vs Taylormade P770 (2020) Irons – Comparison

Quick Summary

The Titleist T100 Irons and the Taylormade P770 Irons are designed for a similar type of player. That means highly skilled golfers looking for a premium quality iron that has excellent feel and descent distance. 

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In other words, the T100 irons and the P770 irons are ideal for low handicap golfers. The most notable difference is that the P770 irons have a hollow head (something usually reserved for the player-distance iron category) whereas the T100 irons have fully-forged heads. The other major difference is that the P770’s have stronger lofts from the 3 iron to the 9 iron. It’s only the pitching wedge and the gap wedge where they pretty much have the same specs. 

All this effectively means that the P770 irons are likely to travel a bit further than the T100 irons, but they won’t feel quite as pure. 

Loft Comparison - T100 Irons vs P770 Irons

Product Name

T100 Irons

P770 Irons

3 Iron



4 Iron



5 Iron



6 Iron



7 Iron



8 Iron



9 Iron



P Wedge



G Wedge



Length And Lie Comparison - T100 vs P770 Irons

3 Iron

39.00" - 60.0°

39.00" - 60.5°

4 Iron

38.50" - 61.0°

38.50" - 61.0°

5 Iron

38.00" - 62.0°

38.00" - 61.5°

6 Iron

37.50" - 62.5°

37.50" - 62.0°

7 Iron

37.00" - 63.0°

37.00" - 62.5°

8 Iron

36.50" - 63.5°

36.50" - 63.0°

9 Iron

36.00" - 64.0°

36.00" - 63.5°

P Wedge

35.75" - 64.0°

35.75" - 64.0°

G Wedge

35.50" - 64.0°

35.50" - 64.0°

Titleist T100 Key Features

Please note, this information is sourced directly from Titleist.com

Fully-forged Iron Heads

Titleist T100 Key Technology 1

Like a golf swing, the feel of an iron gets better when there are fewer moving parts. The fully-forged construction of T100 creates a solid, consistently controllable golf club that delivers the exact performance the best players in the world demand.

Perfectly Balanced Weighting

Titleist T100 irons utilize high quality, high-density tungsten in the heel and toe of the mid to long irons to control CG and create the perfect progression. The co-forging process fuses the tungsten inside the head to produce the most stable, solid feel possible.

Faster, Smoother Turf Interaction

During testing, Tour Pros were blown away by how fast and clean the T100 moves through the turf. With more camber and an improved, blended pre-wear design the T100 sole is the perfect example of how Titleist elicits better performance from every iron detail.

Premium Feel & Shot Shaping

Titleist T100 irons are forged to suit the player’s eye. The T100 inspires daring, imaginative play with precise distance, Tour-level shaping and signature Titleist feel. This iron is designed to help the best players score lower.

Titleist T100 Features

Taylormade P770 Key Features

Please note, this information is sourced directly from Taylormade.com

Compact Players Shaping

Compact Players Shape P770 Irons

Designed to fit the eye of a more discerning player, P•770 shaping relies on visual cues such as a thinner topline, less offset and shorter blade length when compared to the P•790.

Forged Performance + Forgiveness

A forged hollowed-body construction and ultra-thin face are designed for enhanced feel, distance and forgiveness. The combination of a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and Progressive ICT are engineered to protect ball speed across the face and improve playability. Even with its compact head shape, P•770 is loaded with the technology needed to make it playable for a wide range of golfers.

Design DNA of the P790

DNA P770

With the technology of P•790 in a smaller package, P•770 is forged from the same DNA with hollow body construction, SpeedFoam™ and advanced tungsten weighting for precise CG placement.

Impressive Distance

P•770 punches above its weight class. This more compact players iron has no problem keeping up with the heavy hitters, delivering explosive power and distance.

Forged Hollow Body Construction

These irons consist of a thin, wrap around forged 4140 steel face, soft carbon steel body and up to 46g of tungsten weighting designed to deliver explosive distance and forgiveness.


An ultra-light urethane foam injected inside the head that’s engineered to push the design limits of face speed while simultaneously improving feel.

Thru-Slot Speed Pocket™

Our most flexible Speed Pocket™ design is engineered to maximize ball speeds and provide forgiveness on low face shots.

Progressive Inverted Cone Technology

Engineers strategically positioned Progressive ICT in each iron to improve accuracy and protect off-center ball speed. Each face is uniquely designed to optimize performance for the specific iron.

Compact Players Shape P770 Irons

Video Reviews

Titleist T100 Video Review

Taylormade P770 Video Revie

Final Thoughts

In the end, the T100’s and the P770’s are both ultra premium irons that should serve low handicaps very well. With that being said, if you need a final verdict: 

Go for the T100 Irons if: 

  • You prefer the feel of a fully forged face
  • You are comfortable with more traditional lofts 
  • You don’t like hollow heads (in which case you won’t like the P770’s)
  • You want more control over distance and shot shaping

Go for the P770 Irons if: 

  • You want the longer of the two irons
  • You need a bit more game improvement technology
  • You don’t mind the hollow head + speedfoam formula that makes these irons long and forgiving
  • You want some of the best looking irons that Taylormade have ever made

Titleist T100 Irons

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Taylormade P770 Irons

Taylormade P770 Irons

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