Ping Blueprint Vs Ping iBlade Irons Comparison Review
Stepping up to a premium player’s performance set of irons means a few things. It means that you have upped your game. It means that you are probably demanding more from your clubs. It also means that you are looking for specific performance aspects.
Every player is different. Even low handicappers are looking for something different in irons from one another – and that’s why we composed today’s article that pits the Ping Blueprint against the Ping iBlade irons.
Ping Blueprint Irons Overview
The Ping Blueprint irons were designed at the behest of tour pros who wanted more from their irons.
The fact that the Ping Blueprint irons were made for tour pros really shows in how these clubs were made. Most impressive about these irons is that they are forged from a single piece of 8630 carbon steel.
As you probably already know, the fewer moving parts you have in a club head, the more consistent it will be. So right off the bat, the Blueprint irons will be great for the advanced player looking for consistent trajectory and performance throughout the set.
Ping iBlade Irons Overview
The Ping iBlade has a very unique design for a blade-style iron. It toes the line between muscle back and cavity back.
While the Ping iBlade irons are surprisingly forgiving for a player’s performance, they provide finer points of performance for the more distinguished player. For example, the narrow sole cuts through rough like a weed whacker.
The compact head also allows for acute greenside spin and trajectory control. Still, there are some features in the Ping iBlade that are reminiscent of other models made for mid handicappers that we will get into a bit later.
It’s clear that the Ping Blueprint irons are made for pros and low handicappers but the Ping iBlade irons have something to offer for the everyday golfer.