Ping G710 Vs Ping G410 Irons Comparison And Review 2021
Ping is known for making forgiving irons; but you really have to pay attention to the seemingly minute details if you really want to get the best set for your needs.
In the following comparison overview, we are going to be taking a look at a couple different Ping iron sets to help you figure out which one would work best for you.
Ping G410 Irons Overview
The Ping G410’s will definitely feel better in the hands of mid handicappers and intermediate players.
You wouldn’t know it just by looking at these irons but the Ping G410’s are technically game improvement irons.
The relatively short blade length and the limited offset are enough to throw anyone off the scent.
Still, the cavity back design (for distance and forgiveness) and the toe/heel weighting (for higher MOI) are a dead giveaway that these irons will still offer plenty of forgiveness.
The face is also free-floating which means that it will flex more upon impact.
These are great irons if you are looking for a decent amount of forgiveness but still need some help with launch and distance.
They don’t feel too bad either. The hybrid elastomer/aluminum badges backing all of the irons in this set do a good job of smoothing out harsh impacts.
Ping G710 Irons Overview
The Ping G710 irons come with Arccos Smart grips and a free 90-day subscription to the Arccos Caddie app.
The G710 irons will look more comfortable to low handicap players. The blade is longer than the G410’s and there is slightly more offset.
The G710’s also sport a muscle back design so you get a premium look in a set of irons that offer a lot in the way of forgiveness.
The G710’s feature hell/toe weights as well; only the weights in this case come in the form of high-density tungsten.
The face is also constructed of maraging steel which is used in aerospace construction because of it’s incredible strength and flexibility.
The machined variable face thickness architecture also feels great while correcting some of your shots near the crown and sole.
The Ping G410’s will play longer in general that the G710’s. So if distance is your main concern, the G410’s would be a good choice.
On the other hand, if you want a premium set of irons that feel great and are supremely forgiving, pick up the Ping G710’s.