Ping G410 Vs Taylormade M2 Irons Comparison And Review
Ping and Taylormade need no introduction when it comes to golf irons, The G410’s are game improvement irons released in 2019 and the Taylormade M2’s are players distance irons, unleashed in 2017.
Ping G410 Irons Overview
The G410s build on the success of the G400’s and lay the foundation for the G425’s.
The irons have smaller and less offset heads which improves the workability and feel of the irons but they are still very much of the game improvement variety.
The irons have gotten a makeover to look much better and tungsten weighting in the hosel and front head of the club give the perfect center of gravity.
The deep undercut and co molded cavity badge offers an easy launch and less vibrations on off center shots while the variable face thickness and flexible hinge offer incredible forgiveness in these consistent irons.
The M2 irons introduced a lot of what we see from the very latest Taylormade irons.
They contain thru slot technology that promotes stability and a speed pocket for impressive distance.
These irons offer good feel to for the better player with excellent turf interaction.
Tungsten weighting keeps the COG low and the irons offer plenty of forgiveness to mid handicappers while their primary purpose is for distance.
Overall the M2 are great for mid handicappers looking for distance and are priced more competitively now at around $500. The G410’s are also perfect for high handicappers and have features to also suit better players. They are both high performing irons.