Ping’s latest game-improvement iron might appear to be a snazzier-looking version of its previous G-series irons, but it’s actually a transformation. The stainless-steel body undergoes a six-hour heat-treating process that results in a significantly stronger material. This allows for a really thin face that produces four times the flex of its predecessor, the G30. A new version of Ping’s AWT shaft (ascending weight technology) provides lighter shafts in the long irons to improve clubhead speed and to launch the ball higher. Heavier shafts in the short irons offer more control.
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The turf interaction was incredible. It felt like the soil was melting at impact. No resistance at all.
The noticeable offset will be comforting to those needing a confidence boost.
Awesome ball flight, even with the long irons. The forgiveness was off the charts.