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Ping G410 Irons Review

Ping G410 Irons

The Ping G410 irons are jam-packed with game-improving technology in what is an improvement on the already-impressive G400s.

The new irons are part of range that also includes the G410 drivers, G410 Woods and the G410 Hybrids.

The G410 irons are cavity back, have some notable design changes include a short club head, and have been crafted to extract even more distance than its predecessor the Ping G400 irons.

What Ping say about the G410 irons:

“In the G410 iron, we took game-improvement technology and reshaped it, giving the model less offset and a shorter blade length while maintaining MOI to create the most forgiving iron on the market for its size.

“To generate power, face hinging and a larger flexing zone increase ball speeds for more distance and higher peak trajectories so you’re able to hit and hold more greens.

“Feel and sound are improved with a co-molded cavity badge that damps vibrations.”

Ping G410 Irons

Ping G410 Irons Design

The biggest design change in the G410 irons compared to the G400s is that Ping have chosen to make an interesting move and made them slightly smaller in size.

The club head also features 10% less offset than the G400, for a much more pleasing look on the eye.

The result is a more forgiving iron, achieved partly thanks to the relocation of weight on the club head. The Custom Tuning Port in the cavity has gone and weights added instead into both the hosel and toe.

Ping G410 Irons

The COR-Eye Technology is present again to help increase ball speed off the face, while there is a better sound and feel thanks to dampen vibrations.

A flexible, free-moving face also helps generate faster ball speeds, but also significantly produce a higher max height of trajectory for a ball flight that should help you hold more greens.

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Ping G410 Irons Verdict

The G410 irons are an interesting option with the forgiveness on offer impressive to say the least.

The changes from the G400 irons have been well thought out, particularly the design to make the club head smaller and also reduce the amount of offset in the irons.

Ping G410 Irons

No stone has been left unturned in the entire G410 range, and the irons certainly contribute towards that. Expect to add some distance to your game and find more fairways with the Ping G410 irons in your bag.

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