The G425 Steel and Graphite Shaft Irons are now on sale. The only question is which one do you prefer?
You can now choose between the steel shaft, which offers you a good feel and durability, or the lightweight graphite shaft, which provides more distance. You can read more below to learn about the PING G425 Irons,.
But first, watch the PING video below showing the consistent distance the G425 Iron Set provides.
How To Choose Between The New G425 Steel Or Graphite Shaft Iron Sets.
Choosing between the G425 Iron with steel vs. graphite shaft depends on your preference for a heavier or lighter feel.
G425 Irons With Steel Shaft
The PING AWT 2.0 steel shaft, and lighter long-iron shafts help square the clubface; short iron/wedge shafts are heavier for trajectory control and feel.
G425 Irons With Graphite Shaft
The PING Alta CB Slate graphite option delivers high launch with stability and a consistent feel.
More About The PING G425 Irons
PING has experts that re-engineered the face of the G425 iron. It now has a metal-wood-style, evolving face thickness (VFT) design. Your golf ball speed gains can be measured when you launch shots higher with more distance. It has supreme stopping power – which differentiates it from its competitors.
PING G425 IRONS Have A Sleek Streamlined Approach
The new face design results from a process that led to a smaller head, and this compactness offers forgiveness for an iron its size. It has a shorter heel-to-toe than the G410 model. A 3% higher MOI due to mass savings from the new face geometry re-allocated to the toe and hosel weights elongates the perimeter heaviness and considerably tightens dispersion.
PING G425 IRONS HYDROPEARL FINISH & A MULTI-MATERIAL CAVITY BADGE
The PING G425 Are On Sale Now!
To start experiencing the G425 Steel Or Graphite Shaft Irons, order yours today online at
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