The Ping G20 irons have been launched and combine a new multi-material cavity badge with an ultra-thin face.
The multi-material cavity badge is made from aluminium with soft elastomer heel and toe sections designed to improve feel. The structure behind the thin face helps provide consistent distance control throughout the set. The thin face also allows weight to be redistributed to the perimeter and the back of the head, this is designed to aid forgiveness as well as producing a high launch. The hosel-to-head transition throughout the Ping G20 irons set should inspire confidence at address and give the impression that the ball will launch from any lie.
The Ping G20 irons will be available in 3-9, PW, UW, SW and LW. The steel CFS shaft will be available in SR, R, S and X flexes while the graphite TFC 169i will be available in L, Soft R, R and S flexes. The Ping G20 range will be available from August 15th. The Ping G20 irons will cost £80 per club in steel or £100 in graphite.
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