Our Review:Ping has long pursued meaningful forgiveness in players irons, so anyone wanting to jump-start their game might consider the i210. A large, wide port for the elastomer in the back provides perimeter weighting to help your mis-hits. That elastomer also helps absorb vibration. The 431 stainless-steel casting (a softer steel than traditional 17-4) includes milled grooves that change throughout the set to create more consistent spin in a players-friendly shape. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 33 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
Price: $125 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midThe hat trick: The long irons have punch, the middle irons stay up and the short irons are scoring magic.
lowPing is great at hiding the bigness. You pull them out of the bag and they look so big from a certain angle, then you set it down and it all disappears.
midIncredible performance. The howitzer type. Super long, carried and carried and carried. Great thing is that they were quite self-correcting, too, on mis-hits.