Last February Ottawa Golf Blog got to test out the G25 irons in my first ever Ping Fitting by Andrew Donaldson of The Marshes Golf Club. Ping this week announced the release of the i25 irons in February and there's quite the buzz already from one of golf's top iron manufacturers. GolfWRX has a great video from Zak Kozuchowski, Managing Editor of GolfWRX.com interviewing Marty Jertson, director of product development for Ping. You can follow Zak on Twitter @ZakKoz.
The 17-4 stainless steel irons deliver forgiveness and distance with control to inspire confident shot making. In the progressive set design, the long irons are designed with head sizes and sole widths that deliver high trajectory and extreme forgiveness. The more compact mid and short irons have narrow soles and less offset for enhanced accuracy and scoring. Narrow face-stabilizing bars in the long irons increase ball velocity for added distance and height while wider bars in the short irons produce a controlled, lower ball flight with softer feel. The careful design details in the club’s shape and set progression are captured with an inspiring foggy chrome finish. Tungsten weighting in the low toe increases forgiveness. A machined face and grooves deliver control and consistency.
- Available 3-9, PW, UW, SW, LW
- Stock steel shaft: PING CFS® (Soft R, R, S, X)
- Stock graphite shaft: TFC 189i (Soft R, R, S)
- U.S. MSRP: $ 110 per club w/steel shaft; $137.50 per club w/graphite shaft.