Ping I20 Irons with a large head Review

By: augolfbargainonline.com  17-Jun-2014

The Ping i20 irons offer exceptional feel and control. The long irons are super easy to hit while the short irons are easy to control. They perform very nicely around the green and difficult lies (rough, thin lies) out on the course. A progressive set design optimizes performance—larger long irons provide higher launch and greater forgiveness, while compact short irons provide more control. Stabilizing bars in the cavities contribute to improved feel and distance control. Features: • Progressive set design. • Slightly larger club head on the longer irons, while the shorter irons are slightly smaller to provide more control on scoring shots. • Tungsten toe weight increases forgiveness across the entire face. • Cleaner look with silver and black color scheme and ferrules on each iron.


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