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PING Golf Irons and Iron Sets for Sale

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PING Irons

  • FAQs

    What year did PING G irons come out?

    PING’s G irons came out in 2003 and has produced favourites like the G425, G410 and G710 irons.

    Which PING irons are best for me?

    The best PING irons for you depend on your handicap and preferences. If you’re a mid to high handicap looking for forgiveness and distance, the PING G425 irons would be a great start. If you’re a lower handicap looking for player irons, the PING i55 irons are a good choice.

    What do the dots mean on PING irons?

    The dots on PING irons note different lie angles for fitting purposes.

  • Overview

    PING irons are well known for their game improvement irons, though they also have a popular player series. These are divided into two sections: PING G irons and PING I irons.

    Popular PING game improvement irons have great forgiveness thanks to their extreme MOI (moment of inertia) and CG (center of gravity) balance. Though the PING G410 irons have an impressive balance as well, the PING G425 irons are the next evolution.

    If you’re looking for more swing speed as well, PING Golf has you covered. Following the PING G710 irons line will lead you in the right direction as they have a hollow clubhead body.

    On the flipside, PING’s player irons are also immensely popular on tour with their feel and workability. No matter which PING iron set is right for you, you can find it at GlobalGolf Canada.

  • Pro Tips

    If you’re unsure if you fall into the PING G or I series of irons, you can look at handicaps and GlobalGolf Canada’s iron selector tool, USelect™. If you are a mid to high handicap player, you’ll want to look into the G series. If you’re a low to mid handicapper, the I series will be up your alley.