These Ping I20 irons were the first irons I hit when testing and really never needed to hit another brand. I think I would feel comfortable playing these golf clubs australia and with my playing style they probably have a better chance of getting and keeping me there then the Ping i20 Irons.
The most obvious of these changes are the use of the vertical custom tuning port (CTP) and stabilization bars in the cavity; carryovers from PING’s S56s. The stabilization bars help improve feel along with a thicker face in the impact area, while the vertical CTP construction allows for a lower center of gravity and different options for weight positioning.
Ping i20 irons played an important role for Ping awarding the " "Supplier of the Year" after the Ping G20 Irons for sale. There's a great compromise between playability and forgiveness. PING moved the center of gravity down and toward the front in the wedges to give players a more piercing trajectory, progressively pulling the COG back to elevate ball flight in the long irons.
These Ping i20 irons replaced a set of Titleist AP1 712 Irons that are excellent irons but not enough forgiveness for a 12 handicap to hit well most of the time. These Ping i20 irons are straight and very easy to work either left to right or right to left. A dense tungsten toe weight provides forgiveness across the face for accurate results as well as a high-launch, low-spin trajectory.
I hit them very well, very consistent, and with great feel and results. Really starting to dial them in. When I mishit, there's a quite "hard" response from the Ping I20 Irons, but very forgiving without losing too much distance. When you hit in the sweetspot the feeling is great. Distance control and a solid feel come from a thicker hitting area and stabilizing bars in the cavity and a low moment of inertia about the shaft axis gives golfers the ability to shape shots with confidence.