I took up golf at 40 and quickly decided that better players had "better" clubs. So I spent about 4 years playing rounds and buying/trying/selling/buying what I learned on internet golf forums to be the best of the best golf equipment. I posted a lot of reviews – most having long since been lost/deleted off other forums – and I learned a lot about golf clubs in the process. A chance encounter on a golf forum led me to begin my exploration on Ping Irons. Today what I want to share with you is Ping G20 Irons
. It really attracts my eyes and heart.
The g20 irons
are designed to deliver superior distance, control, accuracy, and performance. The first point I want to say about the g20 irons is its distance control. The cavity's floating CTP structure stabilizes a thin face to generate fast ball speeds and enhance distance control. Secondly, the optimized CG position. Weight saved by thinning the face allowed Ping engineers to redistribute weight to the perimeter and the back flange, which positions the CG low and back to launch the ball higher and longer. The last point I need to mention is ping g20
's thin face. A multi-material cavity badge made with soft elastomer heel and toe sections improves feel and sound. In addition that,the G20 iron set is very similar to the G15's, with a slightly wider sole. The cavity of these irons features a very similar look to the G15's but with a new soft layer on the back to help with sound, feel and vibrations. The steel shafts also look new, with more evenly spaced steps than the traditional AWT shafts, with a unique and interesting feel. After all, the g20 irons is really very attractive. The next time, when you are walking on the golf course, you will notice that the one who plays golf well hold a ping irons g20
club in his hand.