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. Although these irons do not look like your average 'blade' they perform exactly like them and are best used by mid to low handicap players. Many people moan about the performance of irons like the Ping i3 because their games have become fairly steady with the beginner sets they use and they get a little bit of boastful confidence thinking they can easily advance to a professional type of club. When they try them and find out they can't play sloppy they find fault—with the irons.

The reason these irons can be so difficult for advancing players first using them is that they have much less offset so there is a much smaller contact area. They also have a thinner top line so that the center of gravity is very low. This allows for a great distance shot that does not arc up high and land short. While that sounds very appealing, and when done right it certainly is, it is also much harder to contact correctly to get a solid attempt out of it. Ping i3 blade irons come in 3 – PW and are color coded for easy identification of each club's offset. They have just a hint of cavity to give them enough forgiveness that mid handicappers can use them to improve their games.

The Ping i3 blade irons are one of the most popular irons in the golf world for their ability to help intermediate players who truly want to get a good game step it up.


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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 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.



The official Ping website states that their Ping i3 became one of the best selling irons in the United States for the two years following its 1999 introductory year. Prior to the Ping i3 with its traditional blade iron design, the manufacturer had been concentrating their efforts on irons with perimeter weighting. Ping then followed the i3 with another blade-style iron, the Ping i10. The i10 sports the features that are preferred by the higher skill players, namely the head of the club is compact and with minimal offset.

The Ping i3 Blade Irons are good examples of the varieties of golf clubs available on the market that seem to be able to make good on the promise to improve any one’s game. Ping as a brand is a maker of clubs that any hard-working golfer is able to put his or her faith in. Ping is the brand that has proved its value, and their golf irons in the right hands are known to be helpful on the course as well as being a good investment if you have a serious interest in the game of golf.

Ping golf irons can last for numerous years, provided they are appropriately maintained. Maintenance of their luster and shine seems to be a snap, simply with a good cleaning on a regular basis. The golf clubs are supposed to have an enormously solid and strong feel to them due to which it's simple to grip and hold on to them. The fact that these clubs can boost your control of distance and aid you to attain ideal flight, that's finally what every golfer desires, is the main thing that draws people toward them. Also, as mentioned earlier these golf clubs are a smart investment as they have a reputation for being durable.

A Ping i3 blade iron is one of the clubs of this brand that is liked by almost every golfer because of how well it allows the golfer to manage his or her shots. This is the characteristic that every golfer would like and would have always thought about of controlling their shots to improve their game. This can be achieved as these clubs are known to have better accuracy that lets the ball to go much farther and in the way which you want it to go.

A large range of golf products besides their golf club sets are manufactured by Ping. The set of O-size of Ping i3 golf clubs refers to their designation as being ‘Optimal’. Players’ preferences for graphite versus steel shafts are accommodated with the Ping i3 sets. The Cushin Selective Filtering insert by Ping is in the steel shafts. There are 5 variations of flex in the graphite shafts which were developed for the 350-series.

In order to allow for fine-tuning like vibration reduction and improved feel, what’s called their ‘Custom Tuning Port’ made its first appearance in the Ping i3. This insert was improved for still better feel and uniformity among the irons in the subsequent model, the i10. Greater stabilization of the club head through ball impact was also achieved. As attested to by Ping’s official site, a longer and lower ball trajectory resulted from the insert being positioned closer to the i10 model’s toe.

The full set of Ping i3 Blade Irons is available from the 1-iron up to the lob wedge, with the included utility wedge having 52-degrees of loft. There was no 1-iron manufactured for the set of the Ping i10’s. The i10 edition features all the same irons as the i3 version, with the exception of the 1-iron. Ping’s custom-fitting system is color-coded for the various heights of golfers and for their style of swing.
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