Many golf companies make claims about their irons being longer than others. When evaluating irons for distance I suggest you compare irons by loft and don't be fooled by the number on the bottom of the iron. With that said I am happy that Ping does I expect. These Ping i20 irons for sale I recently hit do go further because of new technology.
Ping engineers are actually working on improving their products as opposed to having marketing people working on fooling unsuspecting buyers. I was playing with the ping g15 irons for sale and wanted something just a bit more forgiving but still with some workability. K15's are a great club but when my game was off they were a bit harder to control especially 4 and 5 irons. Ping clubs are a favorite of golfers of all proficiency levels for a number of reasons.
From the Revolutionary and still Legendary Beryllium Copper Eye IIís to the massively long and equally revolutionary Rapture mixed material irons, Ping has always found a way to stay up high on the radar screen. After the popular ping g20 irons for sale, Ping announced its i20 Irons to help it win the supplier of the year. Ping i20 Irons are designed with a thinner face plus a wider sole, which contribute to position fat to the toe along with a higher launch position for added forgiveness. For me the shaft weight seemed to be clincher. I do not like the stock shaft offering in the Titleist and Mizuno's.
The distance of these irons was pretty routine, in my opinion - nothing spectacular. Distance is only one aspect of these great irons. They also have a nice soft feel, are accurate and pretty forgiving for an iron this size. Shot shaping is much easier with the I20 iron. I have much more control with my draw setup as well as the controlled fade. The cavity's suspended CTP structure stabilizes the face and the aluminum badge with elastomer heel and toe sections generates a solid feel in addition to sound.
The Ping i20 irons are a combine the best attributes of a players discount golf clubs while integrating forgiveness. In the long irons the cavity is cut more perpendicular to the ground, progressively pulling the CoG back to elevate ball flight in the long irons. For shorter irons the cavity is cut closer to perpendicular to the face which moves the CoG down and towards the front to give players more options with trajectory. But a contributing factor here may be that Ping has pretty standard lie angle, length and lofts on their irons. This set is all about precision, consistency and playability.