There’s a sign at Ping that states: “Undocumented knowledge does not exist.” The company applied that mantra by taking what it learned from producing 10 previous G series irons and improving upon a time-tested winner. The top-rail-undercut design and “cascading sole” combine with the removal of the tuning port in the back cavity to create a more flexible face. The offset has been reduced 10 percent from the G400 for a more appealing look.
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Fashion forward for Ping. Sporty. Muscular. This is what I picture when I think of a modern game-improvement iron.
I liked the launch conditions. Had a nice, high trajectory.