ClubTest ‘Best in Show’: Proven Ping iron engineering for every player
Covid-19 may have put any purchasing ideas you had in March on hold. Now, it’s game on, and time to reassess your equipment needs. So, we’ve compiled the “Best in Show” from ClubTest 2020 to give you a refresher. These clubs are bold and beautiful, like the game itself. In this edition, we highlight Ping’s latest irons.
Why We Love Them
Ping i210 irons
The Ping i210 irons feature cavity-back builds and ample forgiveness, but some Tour players still use them because of their look, feel and control. The face, grooves and cavities are precision-milled, and there’s an elastomer insert behind the face to help with feel.
Ping i210 irons$125/club
Ping i500 irons
If the Ping i210s are a two-door coupe, then the i500 irons are the four-door sedan. They’re forgiveness machines. If you’re looking for irons with a sleek profile but are easy to hit, these are worth a test drive.
Ping i500 irons$162.50/club
Ping G710 irons
With black PVD coating, these irons look cool and pack a punch. They’re built for max distance and forgiveness with hollow bodies and thin faces. They also have tungsten weights in the heel and the toe to help you hit it high and straight.
Ping G710 irons$162.50/club
Ping G410 irons
If you want distance and forgiveness, but don’t want a hollow-bodied construction, then these are in your wheelhouse. Inspired by players’ iron profiles, but they’re really game-improvement sticks.
Ping G410 irons$112.50/club
Ping Blueprint irons
Ultra-sleek and slim, these blades are for superior ball strikers. Count PGA Tour star Tony Finau as a Blueprint disciple.
Ping Blueprint irons$212.50/club
Ping iBlade irons
Is it a blade or a cavity-back? A bit of both, offering superb control, a smaller profile and that extra forgiveness most players need.
Ping iBlade irons$1,050
Why I Play Them
“The Blueprint irons are workable, incredibly versatile and feel great. There isn’t a single shot I can’t hit with them. Talk about a confidence boost.” – Tony Finau
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