Why I Like the Forgivness of the g25 irons?

By: onlineaustraliagolf.com  27-Nov-2013
Keywords: Australia Golf Online

I had the G20's and always thought they were big and klunky. I hit them well, but had too much bounce on flat lies. What an upgrade the Ping G25 irons are. I hit them much better on tight lies, and really like the thinner profile. The face of the club has also been thinned to move more of the weight to the perimeter of the club which gives improved forgiveness and a high MOI clubhead. This is not to say that PING has abandoned the strategy of large sole widths in the G series irons. Although the G25s are a thinner sole, they now have a more progressive sole width which means the longer irons still have the wider sole providing higher-launching and more forgiving long irons. The thinner soles provide the short irons with added playability and control in any playing conditions. PING does not use a ferrel to attached the irons and the G25s are no different. Because I have played PING irons in the past this does not bother me, but to some this look may be quite different. Also a PING tradition in the hosel is the small missing section which is more a design feature than adding much functionality now. More Ping golf clubs in cheap golf clubs australia shop www.onlineaustraliagolf.com

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