Titleist T300 Vs Ping G410 Irons Comparison And Review 2021
Titleist and Ping are among the finest golf stick makers in the world and today we are looking at two of their offerings, aimed at higher handicappers and beginners.
The Ping G410 are primarily built for distance with some good forgiveness and feel.
The Titleist T300 is focussed on forgiveness and game improvement while also packing good distance and feel in the shorter irons.
Titleist T300 Overview
The T300 are the second most forgiving irons from Titleist, behind the T400’s.
A couple of things that we really like about the T300s is the longer irons are geared up for distance while the shorter irons are more focussed on workability and control with higer spin rates, making these clubs incredibly viable for even mid handicap players.
The sole is also deceivingly thick and it cuts the turf nice and crisply while the vibrations are considerably dampened in the longer irons.
Ping G425 Irons Overview
THe Ping G410’s preceeded the very popular G425’s from Ping and they have a slightly larger heads but almost identical performance.
The head structure is thick than the T300’s, resulting in more distance and the multi material badge works well to dull any vibrations and makes the clubs feel amazing.
The thick soles cut the turf well and the tungsten weighting increases the size of the sweet spot on these irons that are going to be perfect for high and even mid handicappers.
If you are looking for game improvement or becoming a mid handicapper and beyond, the T300 will tick all the boxes for you forgiving and workable when needed.
If you are looking for a players iron with a ton of distance and superior feel, the Ping G410’s are an excellent option.