[ $800 ]
TYPE: Players Iron
TECH STORY: Although the thin topline gives these 8620 carbon-steel irons a players-style look, the design features more heel-toe weighting in the longer irons and a more compact cavity in the shorter irons. The cavity, face and grooves are milled.
[ $1,000 ]
TECH STORY: A 12-gram titanium billet is forged into the back muscle-cavity of this 1025 carbon-steel head to improve feel. The more dense steel set around the titanium billet is designed to increase the stability of the clubhead on toe and heel hits.
[ $700 ]
TYPE: Game-Improvement Iron
TECH STORY: The face is 10 percent thinner than the face of the previous Ping G15. The purpose is to enhance ball speed and save four grams to redistribute around the perimeter. A flatter hosel transition makes the G20 look compact, yet its actual blade length is consistent with the G15.
[ $1,575 ]
TECH STORY: The large cavity is designed to lower the center of gravity to raise an average golfer's shot trajectory without compromising the traditional qualities of a forged iron. The purpose of the wide sole is to lower the CG for a high flight and improved turf interaction.
TECH STORY: The irons become more compact from the long irons to the short irons. The center of gravity, face thickness and offset also change from iron to iron to optimize the playability for each loft. The grooves are designed to improve spin on shots around the green.
TECH STORY: The improvements on this multimaterial 1025 carbon-steel forged iron include repositioning tungsten as separate heel and toe weights within an internal cavity to enhance ball-speed consistency across the face. The sole widths of the short irons are narrower than in the long irons to improve turf interaction. Available Nov. 15.