Ping G10 Irons
Made a few tweeks now love them.
Bought a new set 4 years ago. My distances fell off. Ball got up but not out. Reshafted from stiff to regular. Didn't notice much difference. Secret is you can't swing too steep with these clubs as they will balloon the ball and leave you short. Now that I've learned to get more hip into my swing and sweep the ball I have my old distances back(In warm weather) Love the Tour wedges in 50,54, 58 and a spare 60 degrees. Traded out the 18 and 21 degree hybrids for the G15 17 and 20 degree hybrids. The G10's looked too much fairway woods. The G15's are not as deep and swing more like an iron. Love them. Don't need a 5 wood. I'll keep these irons for many more years but will always demo Ping first. The G5 Craz-E putter is terrific.
August 3, 2012
Upgraded to G10
Upgraded from my I3+ steel shaft to G10 graphite. G10 has given me better accuracy and better trajectory with no loss of distance.
August 28, 2014
Great set of Irons
PING G10 irons are a very tried and true product. No surprises. Happy with performance. Irons received in excellent shape with new Lamkin grips. Very happy with both the iron set and Callaway service. Have recommended the site to friends.
June 24, 2013
g10 gap wedge
75 yards on the spot
August 9, 2011
Game Changing Irons!!!
Great ball flight, consistent ball striking.
August 6, 2011
Lots of forgiveness, no touch
Lots of forgiveness, but really clunky. Other wedges are better.
May 15, 2011
Easy does it.
Really easy to hit irons. Not the greatest feeling clubs, but easy to hit.
April 2, 2011
G10 PW wedge loft is 46 degrees, not 48
A comment below stated that the G10 PW is 48 degrees, therefore making the UW (50 degrees) useless. If you check on the Ping web site or with a clubfitter, the Ping G10 PW comes out to be 46 degrees for a 4 degree gap between clubs. That's why they made the UW 50 degrees. 46 is not much loft for the PW, but that's what all manufacturers are doing these days.
Not really a great wedge. Better wedges from Callaway, Titleist, and Cleveland. Ping's don't rust, that's one good thing. Good irons, not great wedges.
February 28, 2011