Ping G410 Vs. Taylormade Stealth Irons Comparison Overview
If you’re looking for a set of irons that can help you lower your handicap, we have an interesting comparison article for you. In particular, the Taylormade Stealth and the Ping G410 irons are great for anyone looking to break into low handicap territory from the mid handicap neighborhood.
But which one would benefit you the most? That will depend on the particulars of your game but to help you sort it all out, we tested these two iron sets against each other and composed the following comparison overview.
Ping G410 Irons Overview
Ping did their best to pack a bunch of forgiveness features into an iron with a surprisingly small head.
Surprising because these are technically game-improvement irons. When we first tested them out though, our higher handicap players were very wary. They don’t inspire a lot of confidence in the mind of a high handicapper at point of address but bear with these irons.
We did and found that they were remarkably forgiving. Despite minimal offset and short blades, the Pig G410 irons produce extremely high MOI thanks to a tungsten toe screw and weight it the shaft tip. The result is a remarkably balanced iron that promotes ball speed across almost the entire face.
More of the face of the Ping G410 irons flexes too – even compared to the Taylormade Stealth irons. Overall the Ping G410 irons were more forgiving; but that’s pretty much the only advantage they hold over the Taylormade Stealth irons.
Taylormade Stealth Irons Overview
The Taylormade Stealth irons aren’t as forgiving as the Ping G410’s but have other benefits.
For instance, the Taylormade Stealth irons produced better launch angles throughout almost the entire set; but most markedly in irons 7-9. This made sticking to fast greens much easier. The long irons in the Taylormade Stealth set also played slightly longer than the G410’s.
The long irons in the Ping G410 set were more workable than those of the Taylormade Stealth set; but the shorter irons in the Taylormade Stealth set provided much better spin control and consistency. Overall the Taylormade Stealth irons were surprisingly accurate on short approaches.
If your game could benefit most from added forgiveness and higher MOI, the Ping G410 irons would be best for you. If however you need to prioritize short-game accuracy and long-game distance, we would recommend the Taylormade Stealth irons.