Masters 2020: TaylorMade creates 81 commemorative sets of Tiger Woods’ irons

Before the 2019 Masters, TaylorMade released a set of irons designed and used by Tiger Woods, the P-7TW. As every golf lover and sports fan knows, Tiger won his fifth Masters and 15th career major championship that week. It also was Woods’ 81st PGA Tour victory. 

TaylorMade Commemorative P-7TW irons

The special P-7TW irons come in a themed box. (TaylorMade)

Now a week before the 2020 Masters, TaylorMade has created 81 sets of P-7TW irons to celebrate Woods’ Masters win, and the company is giving you a chance to win one of these replica sets or have an opportunity to buy one of them.

The clubs come in a green box with the number 15 on the outside and colorful images of flowers on the inside. The flowers represent the plants for which the holes at Augusta National are named, such as magnolia, azalea and firethorn. A yellow badge inside the box tells which of the 81 sets of irons are included. There is also an autographed image and a note from Woods explaining how the clubs were designed and forged.

TaylorMade Commemorative P-7TW irons

Each iron is numbered on the hosel. (TaylorMade)

The irons themselves are identical to the clubs in Woods’ bag except for a few commemorative details. First, each iron has a number on the hosel that shows it is a club from one of the 81 limited-edition sets. Second, while the True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord grips are the same components Tiger uses, the True Temper stickers are trimmed in a Masters-themed green and yellow. 

TaylorMade Commemorative P-7TW irons

The shafts and grips are the same as Tiger Woods’, but the colors on the shaft stickers are Masters-themed. (TaylorMade)

If you are thinking about putting the set into your bag and hitting shots with these clubs, you will need a powerful, consistent swing. The P-7TW irons have a thin topline, virtually no offset and a narrow sole that has been milled to create the precise amount of bounce and camber that Woods prefers. The P-7TW irons have tungsten behind the center of the hitting area to amplify feel. Make no mistake, they are a very traditional muscleback blade designed to give players more control and feedback, not to be more forgiving.

You can register your email address at for a chance to win one of the sets of irons or win an opportunity to purchase a set for $2,500.

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