Ping G425 Irons Review – Are They Forgiving For High Handicappers

Ping G425 Irons Overview

The G425 irons for Ping have been eagerly anticipated in the golfing world after the company failed to deliver a new set in 2020.

The G425’s succeed the G410’s and the first thing to notice as you pick the clubs out of the bag is that the head is slightly smaller in the G425’s than the G410’s

The clubs have thick soles for distance and the tungsten weighting in the head and toe stretches out the sweet spot for a good deal of forgiviness.

The clubs also have a sweet feel that will please even mid handicappers on the course and the metal food finish ensures you get the maximum ball speed possible on impact.

You also get the Arccos Smart sensors for free in the clubs and you can sing up a subscription with Arccos to track your progress with laser like precision.

Are The G425 Irons Forgiving

The clubs are forgiving and the clubs overall can be referred to as a game improvement set that will take you from a beginner to a contender.

The clubs are focussed on distance, forgiveness and consistency and they achieve all 3 with tight dispersion rates between shots.

the flexible hinge at the back is anoth prominent feature that adds forgiveness to these superior quality irons.

The Deep Undercut and variable face thickness combine with generous lofts for clubs that promise a lot of height and a lot of distance.

Are The G425’s Good For High Handicappers

These Game improvement irons are perfect for high handicappers and those who are serious about taking their game to the next level.

These are about as good for high handicappers as any other irons on the market with the generous lofts and massive sweet spots.

The G410’s irons could be a better bet for high handicappers as they have larger heads but the G425’s certainly feel a lot better and more smooth to strike.

Ping G425 Irons

Category – Game Improvement Irons

Ping G425 Irons – First Impressions

After taking 2020 off, the G425 Irons are a much anticipated upgrade to the G410’s and the first thing you notice with these irons is that the heads are smaller and more compact.

The irons incorporate two weights, a visible screw at the front of the clubhead and a weight in the hosel. This, coupled with the wide and cascading sole allows a quality ball launch angle.

Ping have gone for the metal wood style material for the first time in a set of irons and the variable face thickness allows for a lot of forgiveness and ball speed on any strike, even when you hit the ball off center.

They also have a multi material badge filling in the cavity at the back to dampen any vibrations on mishits.

The irons have a slight bit of offset for forgiveness but you are going to get plenty of feel from these especially from Irons you would classify as game improvement.

G425 – Selling Points

  • Metal Wood Finish
  • Multi Badge Material
  • Small, More Compact Heads
  • Perimeter Weighting
  • Excellent Feel And Control

Who Are The G425 Irons For

The Ping Irons aren’t going to be for every beginner. These irons will be incredible popular for improving and better players who want to get more feel on the ball without sacrificing forgiveness and consistency.

If you are someone who wants to starting working the ball a bit more, the G425’s are a perfect choice.

Ping G425 Family Of Irons

The G425 Irons also come in a crossover version which are black in color and the steel face on the crossover maximizes the distance you can get with G425 Crossovers.

Distance: 95/100

Accuracy: 95/100

Forgiveness: 94/100

Feel And Control: 93/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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