Ping Irons Reviews

PING is a family-owned company founded in 1959 in the garage of Karsten Solheim. Karsten's frustration with his putting inspired him to design a putter, which made a "pinging" sound when striking a golf ball. Today, PING is synonymous with innovation, quality and service in the world of golf clubs.

The PING i25 irons are engineered for a variety of skill levels with technology that provides versatility and forgiveness. In the progressive set design, club head has a specific function with regard to the center of gravity, the bounce, and the offset. The result is highly forgiving long irons and controlled short irons, which will bring confidence to your shot-making. The foggy chrome finish and clean cavity design create visual appeal to the PING i25 irons.

Progressive lengths and lofts and a thin face will help you launch the ball high yet significantly farther with the PING G30 irons, while still providing the added control you need to consistently attack the flag. 

  • Ping i500 irons Review

    RRP: ¤149

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    Gear fans who get their golf news from the internet will know Ping’s new i210 and i500 irons have been the worst-kept secret of the year. Staff players Tyrrell Hatton and Tony Finau rocked up to the US Open in June with them in their bags. Hatton...

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  • Ping i210 irons Review

    RRP: ¤126

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    Gear fans who get their golf news from the internet will know Ping’s new i210 and i500 irons have been the worst-kept secret of the year. Staff players Tyrrell Hatton and Tony Finau rocked up to the US Open in June with them in their bags. Hatton...

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  • Ping G700 Irons Review

    RRP: ¤149

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    The Ping G700 irons are their longest, highest-flying iron to date  In the G700 iron, PING engineers put a high priority on creating an iron that offers power and forgiveness by leveraging the advantages of a hollow-body design and a thin,...

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  • Ping GMax Irons Review

    RRP: ¤92

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    Tech: COR-Eye technology allows the clubface to be thinner, which increases flex and Ping say allows the face to behave like a diving board to increase ball speeds. A tuning port in the cavity helps lower and deepen the CG which increases MOI and...

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  • PING G Irons Review

    RRP: ¤92

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    BUY NOW Ping G Irons Review: Tech The Ping G irons are heat treated to make the heads 40% stronger than the 17-4 SS Ping traditionally use in their irons. COR-Eye technology behind the face encourages more of the face, top rail and sole to flex at...

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  • Ping iBlade Irons Review

    RRP: ¤130

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    Ping iBlade Irons Review: Tech The Ping iBlade irons are used by 95% of Ping’s staff players yet it’s the companies most forgiving blade-style model to date. With a 431 stainless steel head, with a thinner top rail, minimal offset, straight leading...

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  • Ping i Irons Review

    RRP: ¤124

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    The Tech: The first Ping iron to be made from 431 Stainless Steel. Weight savings from the new steel allow for extra perimeter weighting in a head that blends forgiveness with workability and trajectory control.   Our verdict: Some of the Better...

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  • Ping G30 Irons Review

    RRP: ¤86

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    BUY from Amazon Technology Ping says that distance, forgiveness and a high trajectory distinguish the G30 irons from its competition. Progressive lengths and stronger lofts, plus a lower centre of gravity and more perimeter weighting, are said to...

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  • Ping Karsten Irons Review

    RRP: ¤86

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    Technology: A larger head and more perimeter weighting makes the Karsten iron eight per cent more forgiving than the G25. Progressive shaft lengths and lofts allow for seamless gapping. Golfers have the option of replacing the long irons for...

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  • Ping Rapture Driving Irons Review

    RRP: ¤175

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    This isn’t just an iron with a strong loft, or a small hybrid. While it will only be available as a 2-iron (18°), tungsten in the heel and toe of the sole help increase the MOI, which should make it a lot more forgiving than a long iron. It also has...

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  • PING i25 Irons Review

    RRP: ¤90

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    Like its predecessor, the i25 has progressive amounts of bounce, offset and centre of gravity as you work through the set. This complements this iron’s theme of merging the workability of a players’ iron with the ball-speed-enhancing benefits of a...

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  • PING S55 Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤118

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    Ping’s S family of irons (S56, S57, S58, S59) have enjoyed lots of success on Tour in the hands of players like Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan and Louis Oosthuizen among others. The new S55s are subtly different – and Mahan is said to be hitting them...

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  • Ping G25 Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤80

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    This is the sixth generation of Ping G-Series products and these irons have been engineered for game-improvers. They offer a high trajectory, lots of distance and bags of forgiveness. A custom-engineered face structure ensures a solid feel at impact,...

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  • Ping Anser Forged Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤160

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    Ping’s success in the last decade in the woods market has been highly impressive, but their new Anser irons continue a fine tradition in this equipment category.   The irons feature a thinner face which designers have achieved by manufacturing a...

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  • Ping i20 better player irons Review

    RRP: ¤90

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    Performance is optimized in these multi-metal irons through a progressive set design. The long irons are slightly larger, high launching and more forgiving. The smaller short irons feature less offset and provide exceptional control. Distance control...

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  • Ping G20 Game Improvement Iron Review

    RRP: ¤80

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    At £80 per club the Ping G20 achieves forgiveness and accuracy through its extreme perimeter weighting in the 17-4 stainless steel head. A multi material cavity badge made up of soft elastomer is designed to improve feel and sound while presenting...

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  • Ping S56 Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤103

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    South African Louis Oosthuizen won the 2010 Open at St Andrews with these, weeks before they appeared in pro shops up and down the land. Tungsten toe weights optimise the centre of gravity for higher-launching long irons and lowerlaunching short...

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  • Ping G15 Game Improvement Irons Review

    RRP: ¤85

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    The Ping G15 Irons won a Gold Award in Today's Golfer irons test, which can be found in issue 270. Each Club is valued at £85. Graphite: Yes - £95 per club Contact: www.ping.com or 01427 619 224

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  • Ping i15 Game Improvement Irons Review

    RRP: ¤85

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    In the design of the Ping i15 iron, Ping engineers focused on the better player who prefers an iron set that offers the control to play a variety of shots. Created as a progressive set, the longer irons are larger for more forgiveness and the mid-...

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