RBC Canadian Open

Oakdale Golf & Country Club


Ping i200

Our Review:

Weight saved from thinning the face has been reallocated to the hosel and toe areas to expand perimeter weighting for more forgiveness. Unknown to many will be the availability of a "power spec" model (with stronger lofts). Think of it like Ping's version of In-N-Out Burger's underground menu.
Specs: 6-iron: 29.5 degrees; PW: 45
Price: $1,000
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Player Comments
  • low
    The larger head gave me confidence. My distances were spot on.
  • low
    They look like a blade but perform like a game improvement iron and hit like a Mack truck. The ball jumps off the face and you don't feel any resistance through the turf. These will definitely help the better player play even better.
  • mid
    It's hard to hit a bad shot. It's like the entire head is the sweet spot.
  • high
    You could hit whatever window you wanted to hit with any club. The 4-iron is one of the easiest to hit in this category.