Following on from the Ping G25 irons, the Ping G30 irons feature advancements and additional technology to offer added distance as well as forgiveness and improved consistency through the entire set. Here we reveal pictures and give you all the info you need.
The solution to poor gapping in the Ping G30 irons is achieved thanks to carefully selected length and loft combinations through the set and a custom tuning port that sits lower down and supports a thin face to generate faster ball speeds.
The centre of gravity on the Ping G30 irons is positioned low and back to make it easier to launch the ball.
The blade lengths are longer in the G30 irons than the G25 irons while progressive offset makes the long irons more forgiving and the shorter clubs easier to control.
Ping G30 irons feature an improved sole design, which includes a softer lead edge radius and is made to perform regardless of the angle of attack, while the cavity badge improves the feel and sound.
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