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    Pro Tip: PING i230 Irons Make Their Debut

    Pro Tip: PING i230 Irons Make Their Debut

    After a popular game improvement iron set release in 2021, it’s no surprise PING Golf planned the i230 irons release for 2023. The PING G425 irons were quite the hit among mid to high handicappers, but if you were looking for more workability and control, the PING i230 irons might just be your next purchase.

    Based on the PING i210 irons, these new PING irons for sale have had quite the upgrade. Whether you’re a low handicap golfer or a professional golfer, you’ll like the next iteration of these PING golf irons.

    GlobalGolf’s staff of PGA Professionals will review the latest technology bumps in these irons, compare the PING i230 irons to the popular i210 players irons and share the best ways to add these PING irons to your golf bag.

    PING i230 Irons Review: New Technology

    If you’re wondering what PING irons you’re going to see on professional tours this season, the answer is the PING i230 irons. Replacing the popular PING i210 irons, this evolution offers plenty of worthwhile technological upgrades.

    Whether you’re competing for millions of dollars or your club championship, nailing your approach shots is how you give yourself those opportunities for birdie. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the PING i230 irons are extremely precise.

    How these PING irons achieve this precision is mainly through consistency. You’ll find improved consistency in your iron game thanks to the clubhead design, the MicroMax grooves and the overall PING iron set design.

    Starting with the clubhead design, you’ll find cleaner contact with more distance thanks to the rounded lead edge in the sole as well as the move to an even lower CG (center of gravity). With the reinforced clubface, you’ll also notice more forgiveness.

    The MicroMax grooves are precision-milled and aim to give you a competitive edge in both your long and short irons, especially in wet conditions. A rainy day won’t prevent you from achieving high spins and piercing ball flights.

    Overall, the PING i230 irons promote consistency through regular gapping throughout the golf bag, blade-like mid and short irons and even more precise long irons. Of course, it wouldn’t be PING Golf without incredible feel and sound.


    PING i230 Irons vs. PING i210 Irons

    There are a few key differences between the PING i210 irons from 2018 and the PING i230 irons. The PING i230 irons have the following improvements:

    • A lower CG and higher MOI (moment of inertia) - meaning more distance and forgiveness
    • A cleaner turf interaction thanks to the new clubhead design
    • More compact long irons for more accuracy
    • Improved grooves on the clubface for more consistent spin

    PING Golf likes to say both these iron sets are tour-proven because the PING i210 irons have been consistently in professional golfers’ bags since their release in 2018. Many of them have eagerly anticipated this new iteration, and we bet there will be a very short lead time transitioning to the i230 irons this season.

    How to Save Money on the PING i230 Irons

    Just because these PING irons are tour-proven doesn’t mean the low handicap amateur can’t also partake in these technological advancements. If you’re an aspiring pro or a defending club champion, GlobalGolf offers plenty of ways to save money on these new PING irons for sale.

    First, there’s always the option of buying used PING golf clubs. Iron sets are one of the more expensive purchases for your golf bag, so buying used PING irons is an easy way to save a few dollars without sacrificing performance upgrades.

    Whether you’re looking into used PING i230 irons or any previous season players irons from PING Golf, you can buy them with confidence knowing GlobalGolf follows their Certified Preowned process to fully vet and clean any used golf clubs. Bonus pro tip: most used golf clubs at GlobalGolf are rarely played, giving you the deal of a lifetime when you upgrade.


    Second, you can trade in your current set of irons with UTrade-In® and receive the highest golf club trade-in value with GlobalGolf. Use that credit towards your next purchase, and you could shave a decent amount off the price tag.

    There are plenty of ways to get the PING i230 irons in your golf bag and plenty of reasons to follow through with that venture. With top-notch technological upgrades and the proven popularity and performance of these PING player irons, adding the PING i230 irons is a no-brainer.