Our Review:This is a game-improvement club housed in the shape of a players iron. Ping took a different approach to club length, adding a quarter of an inch in the 3- through 9-iron (from the i25) and strengthening the lofts by 1 degree in the 3- through 8-iron. Distance, however, isn’t the focus. Ping engineers increased the moment of inertia by using tungsten in the toe of the 3- through 7-iron. It’s a players iron all right—very playable.
Specs: 6-iron: 29 degrees; PW: 45
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThe sole provides a turf interaction that’s the best feel of sod meeting steel you can find.
lowA pretty little package that packs a punch.
midIt’s amazing how they make a cast club feel soft.
midI love the compactness of the head. The way it looks at address makes me want to hit it.