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PING Golf Irons and Iron Sets for Sale

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PING Irons

  • FAQs

    Which PING irons are best for me?

    The best PING irons for you depend on your handicap and goals, all of which GlobalGolf can help you determine with our PING iron selector tool, USelect™. The PING G425 are forgiving yet still offer plenty of distance; the PING i525 irons also offer distance and workability.

    What do the colored dots mean on PING irons?

    The colored dots on PING irons are part of a code chart that helps with the PING iron fitting process. The colors indicate different lies and shaft lengths.

    What are the best PING irons ever?

    The best PING irons may be the G425, though other rankings include the PING G410 as very forgiving and the PING G710 irons as very accurate.

    Which PING irons are best for seniors?

    The best PING irons for seniors are the G425 irons as they are very forgiving and give you a higher launch angle for more distance.

    Are PING irons good?

    Yes, PING irons are good and the G425 irons can be seen on the PGA and LPGA Tours.

    Which pros use PING irons?

    On the PGA Tour, Cameron Champ, Tony Finau, Tyrrell Hatton and Lee Westwood use PING irons, to name a few. On the LPGA Tour, Leona Maguire, Jennifer Kupcho, Lizette Salas and others also use PING irons.

    Which PING irons are most forgiving?

    The PING G425 irons are the most forgiving, with PING G410 irons right behind them.

    Which PING irons are best for mid handicappers?

    The PING G425 irons are best for mid handicappers, as are the G410 irons.

    Are PING irons good for high handicappers?

    Yes, PING Golf offers irons for every handicap, including high ones. You can look at the PING G425 or G410 irons and at GlobalGolf’s handicap comparison chart.

  • Overview

    PING irons are designed with every skill level in mind. From extremely forgiving to blades, PING irons have a great feel and are seen in the golf bags of both professionals and amateurs.

    One of the reasons PING Golf has such forgiving irons that don’t sacrifice distance is their clubhead design. They have made the impossible happen in their G425 irons - a low CG (center of gravity) and an extremely high MOI (moment of inertia) - a combination that hasn’t been achieved yet. This means you’ll have maximum forgiveness while still maintaining an optimal launch angle that’ll keep your golf ball flying.

    With a hot clubface and an aesthetically pleasing look, PING irons are a popular option, and rightly so. So if you’re looking for PING irons for sale, or even PING iron sets, you can find them at the right price at GlobalGolf.

    You can save some extra money on PING golf clubs by checking out our largest selection of preowned golf clubs, including used PING golf clubs, which still have the latest technology in their designs.

  • Pro Tips

    Since PING Golf has designed their irons for everyone, it’s no surprise there are plenty of options for every handicap, and that each PING iron is fitted with care (and colors!). If you’re not sure which PING irons are right for you, you can check out our handicap chart and iron selector tool - USelect™.

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You get to try it when, where, and how you want for two weeks before deciding if you want to buy it or not.

Want to test out two different brands, or two different configurations? No problem. UTry® lets you try out up to 2 products for $25 per product or 1 iron set for $100.

This isn't 30 minutes on the range with range balls or looking out of the Pro-Shop window. You can try the product on your time, when & where you want.

UTry® gives you the freedom to take Golf Clubs, GPS or Rangefinders to your course and to use at your pace! Use it as much as you like so you can really know what the product will do for your game before you invest in it.

If you don't love it, simply put it back in the box it came in, use the included prepaid return shipping label, and send it back to us. That's it.

If you do love it, that's awesome! You keep the product, we'll subtract the $25 trial fee off the final cost of the product, and we'll charge you the difference.

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