Hackers, beware: Ping’s Blueprint irons feature premium workability, not forgiveness
No offense to mid- and high-handicappers, but Ping’s Blueprint irons ($230 each) are better player’s sticks, despite
their tempting looks. With the smallest profile in Ping’s iron lineup, consistently catching the center of the face isn’t only suggested, it’s critical.
It’s no surprise, then, that a compact blade length, reduced offset and narrow sole width—all features better players embrace—made it to the final design.
An ounce or two of forgiveness is offered via a machined tungsten toe screw, but make no mistake: The Blueprint screams “Player!”
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