Ping G30 irons introduced
Ping G30 irons - form part of Ping's new G30 range of woods, hybrids and irons - are designed to offer increased distance, forgiveness and consistency
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Ping G30 irons - which form part of Ping's new G30 range of woods, hybrids and irons - are designed to offer increased distance, forgiveness and consistency
Ping has announced the launch of its new G30 irons, which are designed to offer improved distance, consistency and forgiveness.
The Ping G30 irons are specifically made to provide consistent gaping through the set, which also extends into the G30 hybrids and G30 fairway woods. This is to ensure every club in the bag goes a different distance.
The Ping G30 irons get shorter from 4-iron through to lob wedge, with progressive offset making long irons more forgiving and shorter clubs easier to control (see table below).
|Row 0 - Cell 0||Length (inch)||Loft (deg)||Offset (deg)||Bounce (deg)|
What's more, a longer blade length on the G30 irons - as compared to Ping's G25 irons - expands the perimeter weighting, increasing the moment of inertia.
The G30 irons boast an undercut cavity, which helps to lower the centre of gravity, facilitating improved launched conditions and increased forgiveness.
The Custom Tuning Port - which also helps move the centre of gravity lower and further back - sits low down on the irons, which are, as a consequence, able to support a thinner face and generate faster ball speeds.
Both the CTP and the undercut cavity help to ensure the Ping G30 irons provide a solid feel at impact.
In addition, the G30 irons come with an enhanced sole design. Improved turf interaction comes courtesy of a softer lead-edge radius and refined additions to the G30 irons' bounce profiles, which ensure the clubs perform, regardless of angle of attack.
Finally, an elastomer cavity badge enhances sound and feel.
Ping G30 irons essentials:
Available: 4-9, PW, UW, SW, LW Materials: 17-4 stainless steel heads, elastomer cavity badge and custom turning port insert Shafts: graphite and steel, multiple flexes from Soft R to X-Stiff
The Ping G30 irons come with an RRP of £86 per club in steel and £100 in graphite. They are available from August 1.
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