Our Review:Ping used modal analysis to identify undesirable frequencies, then applied an epoxy behind the face to damp them. The maraging-steel face creates a metalwood-like face flex, and tungsten in the toe and shaft boosts the moment of inertia to mitigate the loss of speed on mis-hits by more than 5 percent compared to the G700. The Golf Pride grips come with Arccos shot-tracking sensors. The black color is modern-age cool.
Specs: 7-iron: 29.5 degrees; PW: 44 degrees
Price: $163 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThe two-tone face frames the ball nicely, and the black disguises the length from heel to toe.
midThis is my No. 1 club for the day because it does everything it is designed to do. More confidence with the larger head, great distance and perfect trajectory.
highExtremely easy to hit. Forgives even the worst swings. Gets the ball in the air easily and zero issues with turf interaction. You could feel it was soft and springy off the face.