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Ping's Newest Baby Irons: G20 Irons & G25 Irons 
By DanielBush on Mar 07, 2013 09:18 AM
On the basic of cheapest Ping G15 Irons, the Ping has launched the Ping G20 Irons and Ping G25 Irons.

The sound and feel of the Ping G20 irons ukat impact were every bit as good as the G15 and the flight was maybe slightly higher thanks to the extra weight in the sole. However get custom fitted by Ping to and you will get a set of G20 irons that will help you get the distance and trajectory to suit your game.

Ping's stock grip provided plenty of grip when tested in both dry and wet conditions. It is slightly thicker than most stock offerings and was an impressive performer. 
Extreme perimeter weighting within the stainless steel head helps to improve forgiveness and accuracy. This extra weight is found by making the face of the club extremely thin.

The Ping G25 Irons are high-launching, game-improvement implements with a dark, non-glare matte finish. The boost to launch angle is achieved in part through Ping's Custom Tuning Port, which is ingetrated into the sole to move more of the clubhead's mass low. The CTP also aligns behind the clubface's impact zone, another way of lowering the center of gravity and boosting MOI.

It also helps create a solid impact feel - something Ping addresses in other ways, too: support bars in the cavity, plus a cavity badge, help create solid feel and sound. The profile is sleeker with thinner toplines and moderate offset. The sole widths are progressive through the set, wider in the long irons for more forgiveness and assistance with launch angle, less-wide in the short irons for control.

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