29 Apr '14, 11pm

Best in class? Our review of @PingTour's i25 irons

Best in class? Our review of @PingTour's i25 irons

Marty Jertson, director of product development for Ping, said the biggest challenge most golfers face is hitting their long irons high enough. That’s why Ping’s new i25 long irons are designed more like the company’s larger G-Series irons: they have longer blade lengths, wider soles and more offset, which helps golfers hit them higher, farther and closer to the target line on mishits. The irons also have thinner, more narrowly spaced stability bars in their cavities that make their faces livelier than their predecessors.

Full article: http://www.golfwrx.com/205947/review-ping-i25-irons/

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