PING G20 irons released in 2011 manufactured from 17-4
stainless steel are game improvement irons. The G20 irons are
designed for maximum forgiveness and accuracy which is achieved
through an oversized head, extreme perimeter weighting, a thick
topline and a wide sole. The multi material cavity badge is
designed to provide a soft feel and pleasing sound whilst
improving distance control. The G20 irons have a think face that
sends weight to the back flange which improves the clubs centre
of gravity providing high launching longer shots.
PING I20 irons released in 2011 are made from 17-4 stainless
steel with a tungsten sole weight and designed for the mid
handicap golfer. The I20 irons have smaller short irons to
delivery accuracy and larger longer irons that provide more
forgiveness and higher launch. The PING I20 irons have a thicker
face and rear stabilizing bars that ensure distance control and
a solid feel.
PING Anser Forged Irons are forged from 8620 Stainless Steel
with a tungsten sole weight. Anser Forged irons provide both
forgiveness and playability. The Anser Forged irons have
stabilizing bars that position the centre of gravity low in the
longer irons for high ball speed and high launch angles whilst
the shorter irons have more vertical stabilizing bars that make
the shorter irons deliver a more penetrating ball flight. The
Anser Forged irons provide clean lines, a soft feel and are
finished with a satin-chrome plating.
The PING G15 irons released in 2009 provide maximum forgiveness and consistency. Aimed at the improving golfer and designed to provide high trajectories and long distance. The G15 irons have a wide sole and extreme perimeter weighting to provide the forgiveness that improving golfers require.
The PING K15 irons/hybrids game improvement irons released in 2010 are designed to improve ball flight and add consistency. The K15 irons have a titanium face and stainless steel body to increase launch and forgiveness.
The PING I15 irons released in 2009 are designed for better, lower handicap golfers who prefer a little more playability than forgiveness. The I15 longer irons offer a greater level of forgiveness with their larger heads when compared to the shorter irons that offer increased playability with their smaller heads.
Introduced in 2007 the
PING Rapture irons are PING's most
forgiving irons designed with a large offset for maximum
forgiveness. The PING Rapture irons are wide-soled, perimeter
weighted irons which rely on the strategic use of titanium,
steel and tungsten to create a high-performance, multi-material
PING Rapture V2 Irons introduced in 2008 improve upon the
Rapture irons. Rapture V2 rely on multi-metal technology to
launch the ball higher, longer and with more accuracy. A dense
tungsten sole weight positions the centre of gravity low and
away from the face.
PING G10 Irons are game improvement irons designed for
extreme forgiveness. The large deep cavity heads provide high
launching, consistent shots. The PING G10 irons have extreme toe
weighting to increase the moment of inertia for added
PING I10 Irons combine control and forgiveness into one. The
I10 irons are designed for the lower figure handicapper they
provide more feel and less forgiveness compared to the G10
irons. The I10's have a blade-style look with reduced offsets
and cavity backed performance.
PING G5 Irons build upon the success of the
extremely popular PING G2 irons. The large head and wide sole of
the G5 Irons provides forgiveness and consistency across the
club face. By designing a deeper, parallel cavity, the sole is
widened to allow the centre of gravity to be positioned lower
and further from the face for higher launching, more accurate
PING I5 irons provide a balance of forgiveness and
playability. Designed for the lower figure handicapper the PING
I5 irons feature mid-size, perimeter-weighted heads with less
offset than the G5 iron.
The extremely popular
PING G2 Irons where introduced in
September 2003 they're available in four different models,
including models designed specifically for golfers with slower
The standard G2 irons have wide soles and low centres of gravity
positioned away from the faces, this provides higher launching
and more forgiving results.
The PING G2 HL irons (high loft) has a wider sole and extreme
perimeter weighting in the long irons allowing golfers to hit
longer, higher, softer-landing long iron shots.
The PING G2 EZ is engineered for slower swing speeds, the G2 EZ
loft configurations were designed to optimize yardage gaps
Ladies PING G2L irons are light-weight and easy-to-hit, G2 L
irons were designed for women with slow swing speeds, utilizing
loft progressions optimized to achieve the ideal distance
The PING I3+ irons and
I3+ Blade irons where released in 2002 and
improved upon the highly popular I3 and I3 blade irons. The I3+
irons feature a 15% larger Custom Tuning Port and redesigned
sole geometry that lowers the face surface for improved
playability from a wide variety of lies.
The PING I3 O-Size irons and
I3 Blade Irons where introduced in 1999.
The Oversized heads of the I3 O-Size Irons provides golfers with
maximum forgiveness whilst the i3 Blade Irons have a smaller,
more compact head with less offset and bounce for golfers
seeking less forgiveness with more control and feel.
PING S59 Irons are designed for low handicap golfers, they
have a traditional blade appearance, including a thin top line,
smooth hosel transition, compact head and narrow, cambered sole.
PING S58 irons replaces the popular S59 Irons. The S58 is a
blade iron designed for lower handicap golfers. The tour-proven
technology of the S58 irons elevates the feel and performance of
a smaller, traditional head.
PING S57 Iron range replace the S58 irons. The S57 irons
have a blade design designed with tour trajectories and control
for the lower handicap player
The PING S56 irons released in 2010 are designed for low handicap golfers looking for maximum playability and shot making. The S56 irons were used to win the 2010 British Open. S56 irons have a steel body with a tungsten toe weight.
PING ISI irons where introduced in 1996. The goal of these
irons was to combine the accuracy of the ZING 2 model with the
shot-making capability of the popular EYE2 model.
PING ISI-K irons have an oversized head to provide more
forgiveness for the improving higher handicap golfer. The ISI
iron are also available in Beryllium Copper and Beryllium Nickel
for a softer contact with the ball.
PING ZING irons where originally introduced in 1992. The
ZING Irons have a thicker top line and enhanced perimeter
weighting to make them very forgiving irons. The ZING irons are
available with stainless steel heads or the softer feeling
PING ZING2 Irons feature similar extreme perimeter weighting
as the ZING irons, however they have a cleaner top line for
improved appearance at address. Introduced in 1994 PING ZING2
irons have remained one of PING's most forgiving irons, highly
popular with golfers around the world.
PING EYE2+ irons built upon the success of the original PING
PING EYE2 irons
which introduced perimeter weighting.
The EYE2+ has increased perimeter weighting, larger head and
redesigned cavity with thicker top line than the PING EYE2 and
EYE models, this goes to make a very forgiving iron that helps
keeps mishit shots on target.
ladies PING G5L irons are designed especially for the lady
golfer. Using the technology of the popular G5 irons the women's
G5l irons feature a wider sole and extreme perimeter weighting
to help get the ball high in the air.
PING Rhapsody ladies irons have a wide sole and extreme
perimeter weighting which ensure higher launching, more accurate
shots. The stainless steel irons are designed to provide
PING Faith ladies irons have a very wide sole and extreme
perimeter weighting which ensure high launching and accurate
shots. The stainless steel irons are designed to provide
consistent results and replaced the popular ladies Rhapsody range.
"PING Irons revolutionized
the game of golf. PING introduced the use of cavity back (perimeter
weighted) club heads to provide forgiveness and consistency"
PING Condition Guide.
10 - New - unused, perfect new condition. 9 - Excellent - used with very minor signs of light
usage. 8 - Very good – used with normal signs of light use. 7 - Good - shows signs of normal use with some minor
scratches or marks to paintwork. 6 - Fair - shows noticeable usage marks and scuff that
do not effect performance. 5 - Well used - shows heavy signs of use, nothing to
effect performance. 4 - Damaged - has performance effecting damage.