Ping Blade Irons

Ping i10 Blade Irons

Ping i10 Blade Irons

Ping is a very well-known name in the golf industry and their popular i3 line of irons has been a staple on the greens for years. The Ping i10 irons are the best successor since the much loved i3.

Ping i3 Blade Irons

Ping i3 Blade Irons

Once golfers become used to irons that provide a lot of feedback it is often difficult for them to step up and use clubs like the Ping i3 blade irons.

Ping S59 Blade Irons

Ping S59 Blade Irons

There are some people who find the Ping S59 blade irons to be unattractive as a general observation. If you happen to be in a fashion show for golfers I suppose that counts.



Blade irons by Ping Golf have been manufactured since 1961. The Ping Golf Company was started by Karsten Solheim, an engineer by profession who was employed at General Electric was overwhelmed with the desire to design some better sorts of putters to serve his passion for the game of golf. He had his own garage where he used to make different innovative experimentations to design the different putters.

In the beginning, he had no idea that the products designed by him would receive such a wide popularity across the masses and his drive was solely influenced by his personal ends. Later on, as he observed the ever-rising demands for the putters he manufactured in his garage in the market, he gave up his job and devoted himself fully to this task. Also, he expanded the category of the golf clubs that were manufactured in his garage including drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges, and putters and named it as PING.

Ever since the establishment of the company PING in Phoenix, Arizona, he unleashed a number of unique and innovative line of products used in the game of golf and had a deep imprint in the market. His lines of products are widely appreciated and preferred today. He has introduced many kinds of Blade Irons in the market viz. Ping i3, Ping i10 and so on. These blade irons have been designed specifically keeping in mind the various needs and requirements of various players with varied levels of dexterity over the game.

Ping i3 Blade Irons are the blade irons that have smaller offset face. Smaller offset makes it possible for its accomplished players to more precisely control the shape and trajectory of their shots. The Custom Tuning Port (CTP) in the cavity makes it possible to filter extra vibration. Although the head shape appears to be a little ambiguous but some white score lines help in great deal in aligning. The flat-top hosel augments club head-to-shaft contact, thus reducing torque and enhancing stability.

Ping i3 Blade Irons can be obtained in two models that is Blade and O-Size models. Legions of features are offered by Ping i3 Blade Irons corresponding to the requirements of various levels of golfers. The walls of Custom Tuning Port (CTP), whose walls have greater control over the clubface vibration resulting in enhanced feel and feedback. The Notched Hosel makes it possible for the Ping to have the greater control over the joint of the hosel to the club head. Because of this feature, smooth transition between the hosel and club head can be very accurately and precision attuned to loft and lie. Bounce the Blade is made with less bounce thus enabling the better players increased control over the ball contact.

Ping sale services are well-known for their custom fitting qualities, nevertheless, up to certain degree they have the fame for the sense of beauty incorporated by them in their irons too. The biggest of difference that one can notice in the i3 Series is their appearance. Overall, Ping i3 Blade Irons are highly forgiving club, less vibration is felt when striking the ball, also the clubs are not that weighty and able to balanced very comfortably when playing, and many other advantages over other line of products.
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