Ping G20 Irons with CFS Steel Shaft
Added: (Thu Feb 23 2012)
Recording to the Golf Digest about the 2011 Hot List, of course, Ping G20 Irons appeared on the list. According to the hot sale list for investigation in 2011, TaylorMade R11 Irons and the G20 Irons about the same hot and won lots of awards.
The Ping G20 Irons maintain the Ping 'G' lines of look; the company have changed the weighting in the head and modified the feel. Impressive forgiveness remains, but with a better all-round performance. Ping has opted for a lighter finish than in the Ping K15 and the head it is slightly more compact to look down on. There is still plenty of confidence-inspiring forgiveness on show.
Like a lot of the better “Game Improvement” Irons coming out this season, these are longer than many. The few models that openly paste these guys in a distance contest are designed for distance only, or in a few cases, distance and forgiveness. While the G20 irons are designed to hit the ball long with forgiveness and distance control. Ping have added extreme perimeter weighting in the deep, multi-cavity back of the irons which makes the 17-4 stainless steel heads highly forgiving. The multi-material cavity badge made with soft elastomer heel and toe sections improves the feel and sound of the best golf clubs on sale.
The G20s come in 3 irons to lob wedge or you can blend in the excellent G20 hybrid instead of the long irons. The cavity's floating Custom Tuning Port (CTP) structure stabilizes the face. The CTP reinforces a 10% thinner face and controls distances while saving weight, which was added to the back flange of the deeply cut, multi-cavity head to increase the MOI. Combined with Ping’s new CFS steel shaft (control, feel and stability), the G20 optimizes feel and trajectories. Overall the G20 iron is a bit more evolution than revolution, but this is still going to be one of the best irons in the market for mid-handicappers.
Conclude the Ping G20 Irons Main Features:
* Floating CTP cavity structure, for stability
*Weighting in the perimeter and the back flange for a low center of gravity and a high MOI
*Aluminum center portion produces a crisp sound on impact
*Elastomer heel and toe sections, for a solid feel
*CTP controls distances while saving weight with a 10% thinner face
*Multi-cavity head to increase MOI
*CFS delivers a smooth, even flow of energy to the golfer's hands
*High-launching long irons to maximize player's overall range
*Thin clubface/CTP combination generates fast and consistent ball speeds across the hitting surfaceSubmitted by:veedy