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PING Irons Review - G730, i530, Blueprint T, Blueprint S

By: | Fri 26 Apr 2024

PING's irons are among the most widely respected in the game, and the manufacturer's products for 2024 are no exception to that rule. But when you're searching through the market and see the likes of their G730, i530, Blueprint T, and Blueprint S, it can sometimes be tricky to know which model is right for you.

That's where Ryan Rastall, Golfshake's Equipment Expert, becomes an invaluable resource, as he has taken the time to delve into each of these irons, reviewing them and describing the technology behind their performance.

From his base at Howley Hall Golf Club in Leeds, Ryan takes the latest PING irons for a spin in his Performance Centre, where he deploys Trackman for the most detailed analysis and insights. 

You can see what Ryan thinks by watching the full video on YouTube or at the bottom of this page.

But first, let's take a closer look at the featured irons and what you can expect from them.



The G730 irons have been created to offer golfers an attractive game improvement option that is packed with forgiveness. Throughout the design of this iron, maximising speed was the priority, helping golfers who struggle to strike the ball reliably and offering them a higher launch. The larger head and wider sole in this design has enhanced the MOI, while a lower centre of gravity elevates forgiveness for improved accuracy and consistency.

PING i530

PING i530

If you're a golfer who prefers the look of a blade, then you should fancy PING's i530, which is a premium design that has been engineered to offer incredible performance and higher ball speeds. These gains are made possible thanks to an internal weight pad that provides a deeper and thinner face-to-sole transition, which means that there is more face flexing and the lowering of the centre of gravity. If you like this style of iron, then you should appreciate the thin top line, narrow sole and shallow face height.

PING Blueprint S

PING Blueprint S

Following extensive testing alongside leading professional golfers, the Blueprint S has been engineered to provide impressive levels of performance that have been packed within a forged cavity-back design. Looking closer at the construction, the S boasts a compact shape that appeals due to it possessing a thin top line and minimal offset. The irons also boast a forged 8620 carbon steel head, while an elastomer insert is tucked away inside the pocket of the irons to provide a solid feel and sound.

PING Blueprint T

PING Blueprint T

If you're a golfer who has the skill to shape the ball and prefers the feel of a muscle back iron, then Blueprint T could be the one for you. It has been created as a single-piece, 8620 carbon steel forged iron that places an emphasis on controlling trajectory and offering tremendous feel. The design of these irons focuses mass through the impact area to ensure that players will benefit from optimum sound and feel.

PING Irons Review - G730, i530, Blueprint T, Blueprint S

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