The i25 Iron from Ping might be everything you’ve been looking for if you’re a low to mid handicapper who longs for performance and forgiveness mixed together in a driver that promises to offer everything that I’ve mentioned and more.
In terms of appearance, the i25 iron is definitely a looker, featuring a subtle chrome finish combined with a compact size and a clean design with minimal brandings which will please visually and inspire loads of confidence. This stands true especially if you prefer simple, stealthy designs, without any flaring decorations whatsoever. This iron means serious business and its aesthetics clearly show that. Durability can also be found on its impressive list of features.
What makes the i25 a good performer? The technology incorporated into its built, of course. The club has an “optimal CTP position”, which means that the custom tuning port is situated lower in the head for delivering optimal angles for launching the ball from any lies. The tungsten weight on the toe serves for providing balance to the head by keeping it square at impact, avoiding twisting or excessive flexing.
The i25 club also holds dual stabilizing bars for increasing the ball flight and distance through maximizing the velocity. The club offers proper feedback on center hits, but also on mishits, which is great if you’re trying to enhance your striking technique.
All in all, the Ping i25 Iron club is a great companion to have on the golf course due to its excellent performance and forgiveness, a combination which will satisfy a wide variety of golfers including mid to high handicap ones who seek to improve their game. A 3-PW set of Ping i25 Iron clubs is retailed for $799.