Ping i230 Vs Titleist T100 Irons Comparison Overview

The Ping i230 and the Titleist T100 irons were both made with low handicappers in mind.

The T100 is a tour spec’d set of irons that look really sweet at address. The Ping i230 irons also look really sleek behind the ball and were designed to help players gain distance.

These two iron sets are similar in many ways but it’s their differences that you really need to know about. So in the following comparison overview, we will be taking a look at how these iron sets are unique.

Ping i230 Irons Overview

Ping i230 Irons

“The Ping i230 irons have a compact shape and an activated elastomer insert.”

These irons have an active feel to them. We suspect that the active feel comes from the elastomer insert. The face plays hotter and feels more responsive than that of the T100 irons.

The soles of the Ping i230 irons are pretty thin but the leading edge has been rounded out. This makes for good turf interaction from pretty much any lie. We really liked the consistent performance from the rough, semi-rough and the fairway.

The spin control in the short irons was also excellent thanks to the MicroMax groove design. However, we did notice that the Ping i230 irons launched higher than the Titleist T100 irons. This isn’t bad for every kind of player but it should be noted by single-digit handicappers.

Titleist T100 Irons Overview

“The T100 irons have a similar profile to the Ping i230’s.”

And like the Ping i230 irons, you get really smooth turf interaction from the T100’s. At address, the top line looks very thin and the sole is all but invisible. The T100 irons felt more consistent than the Ping i230’s; you could set your watch to how they perform.

The launch was lower and so were the spin rates. If you prefer a low, piercing trajectory from your long irons, the T100’s would be a good match for you. Still, the short irons allow you to pop the ball up and land it dead on the green. These irons offer all-around performance.

“It was clear from our testing that the Ping i230’s were player’s distance irons. They yielded better distance and had hotter faces. The Titleist T100 irons were more consistent though and they will be even better than the Ping i230’s if you’re a fast swing speed player.”

Ping i230 Irons First Impressions

First impressions of the i230’s is that they are definitely players irons.

They have small compact heads which allow players to shape their shots and hit with supreme accuracy.

Higher handicap players won’t be able to hit well at all with these irons but the better players should be hitting them with consistency and tight dispersion.

In terms of improvement from the i210’s, they are longer and the long irons are more compact and player friendly.

The 5 piece construction and the elastomer allow for improved sound and feel with the weight savings used to lower the COG and increase the MOI meaning players should be hitting longer shots with increased workability.

The 4 piece Cavity Badge, Hydropearl finish, Micromax grooves and tungsten weight all improve the forgiveness, control, sound and feel that players can achieve.

Titleist T100 – First Impressions

The first thing to notice about the T100 is how solid and sturdy they look as forged irons.

These irons build on the success of the AP2 irons and set out to deliver precision, consistency and control for single digit players who are looking to a set of irons to lower there score further.

The irons are a cavity back design that perform like blades and can be considered game improvement irons for players approaching or at professional level.

The clubs have added more camber for excellent turf interaction and there a tungsten weights added to the heel and toe of the clubs for an optimized COG and a high MOI.

These clubs deliver the performance that the best players in the world need.

Ping i230 Iron Selling Points

  • 4 Piece Cavity Badge With Elastor
  • Lower COG and Higher MOI
  • Heat Treated Stronger Head With Thinner Face
  • More Compact Long Irons
  • 3 – 5 Yards Extra Carry With Mid Irons
  • Micromax Grooves For Ultimate Control
  • Hydropearl 2.0 Finish

Titleist T100 Irons – Selling Points

  • 2 Tungsten Weights For Low COG
  • Players Feel With Cavity Back Design
  • Superior Turf Interaction
  • Progressive Design In Longer Irons
  • Used By Tour Players Like Jordan Spieth

Who Are The Ping i230 Irons for?

The Ping 1230’s are for the best players in the game and players that dont strike their irons consistently will have trouble gaming the i230’s, regardless of handicap.

The i210’s earned 45 victories on tour from 2018 to 2022 and the i230’s are set to take over as the most successful irons for the pros in the game from 2023 onwards.

A more player-friendly shaping in the long irons, lower COG, Higher MOI alongside the improved sound, feel and distance is sure to make the i230’s the tour preferred clubs for a whole host of the leading names in the world of golf from 2023 onwards.

The Ping i230 Lofts

Ping i230 Club

Degree Of Loft








29.5 o


33 o


37 o


41 o


45 o


50 o


50 o


54 o


58 o

Distance: 97/100

Forgiveness: 92/100

Accuracy: 98/100

Feel & Control: 98/100

Overall Score: 97/100

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Who Are The T100 Irons For

The T100 irons are built for the better players among us, they have tremendous feel allowing to low handicappers to stop the ball dead on the green while also providing ball speed and accuracy.

Titleist T Family Of Irons

The Titleist T100 are also available as T100s which have stronger lofts and a thinner face for more distance.

The T200 are thicker clubs allowing more forgiveness and distance for mid handicappers and the T300 are bigger again to suit the high handicappers for adequately.

Distance: 93/100

Accuracy: 95/100

Forgiveness: 88/100

Feel And Control: 96/100

Overall Score: 95/100

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