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PING G710 Irons Review

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 20 Jan 2020 | Comments


Succeeding the G700, renowned manufacturer PING has launched its new G710 Irons, which are reputed to be the longest and easiest to hit that the brand has released to date. These clubs possess a stainless steel body to create metal-wood like flexing, faster ball speeds, added distance and higher shots with stopping power and an improved feel and sound.

With such a billing, Golfshake's Ryan Rastall was excited to test out the G710 at Howley Hall Golf Club's Performance Centre, talking through the technology, describing the performance using TrackMan data, and providing an insight behind a set of irons that are sure to be a major hit in 2020.

Features of the G710

  • Longer. More Forgiving.
  • 5% Higher MOI
  • Maraging Steel Face for Faster Ball Speeds
  • Stealth, Hydropearl Finish
  • A Sound Design
  • Arccos Smart Grip
  • Alta Distanza Black 40 Graphite Shaft

The G710 has a RRP per Iron of £169 steel, £179 graphite.

For more information, visit the Official PING Website.


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