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.

Titleist T300 Irons

Category – Distance/ Game Improvement Irons

Ping G410’s Irons

Category – Game Improvement/Players Distance Irons

Titleist T300- First Impressions

The first thing you notice about these Cavity Irons is how the top line looks deceptively thin for an iron that is primarily built for distance.

The second thing that is immediately obvious is that there are a few key differences between the short and the longer irons.

The shorted irons have thinner soles, leading to increased workability that can be useful to even single digit handicappers while that trend is reversed in the longer irons, which focus more on distance.

The long irons have a polymer insert that makes these cavity backs sound and feel much better than a regular cavity back. The longer irons also have tungsten weighting in the head that keeps the center of gravity low and MOI high for ultimate performance.

The result is irons that generate quite a bit more distance than the AP1’s and can hold their own with any forgiving distance iron on the market.

Ping G410 – First Impressions

The first thing you are going to notice about the G410 irons is that they are much more attractive looking than the G410’s

The tingsten weighting in the club head and hosel have lowered the COG of the irons and survived to the G425’s as well.

The clubs are less offset and slight smaller headed than the G410’s and the undercut top line offers good turf interaction to turn the heads of the better players.

The clubs also introduced variable face thickness and a flexible hinge for forgiveness on off center hits.

The clubs offer forgiveness, distance and consistency to high and mid handicap players.

An ode to these clubs is that the G425’s are not that much better at all.

Titleist T300 Irons – Selling Points

  • Tungsten Weighting In Longer Irons
  • Polymer Badge On Longer Irons For Superior Feel
  • Excellent Workability In The Shorter Irons
  • Impressive Distance Gains
  • Less Offset For Straight Shooters
  • Ultra Thin Steel Face

G410 Irons – Selling Points

  • 2 Tungsten Weights For Low COG
  • Co Molded Cavity Badge For No Vibrations
  • Lots Of Loft In The Clubs
  • Flexible Hinge And Variable Face Thickness
  • Forgiving And Consistent

Who Are The T300 Irons For

The T300 Irons are for Mid Handicappers looking for maximum distance, without compromising on forgiveness.

These are also great for mid handicappers looking for more workability in their shorter irons.

Titleist T Series Family Of Irons

The T seriers from Titleist carries on from the AP range and it goes from T100, the best for low handicappers, the T200 for Low to Mid, the T300, for Mid To High and the T400 for High handicappers and beginners.

Distance: 96/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 93/100

Feel And Control: 92/100

Overall Score: 95/100

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Who Are The G410 Irons For

The Ping G410 Irons are made for high handicappers and improving players. The wide sole, generous lofts and low COG make these irons easy to hit and get into the air.

These irons are also going to be generating impressive distance and consistency.

Ping G Family Of Irons

As always, these ping game improvement irons build on the success of the G400’s and improve the looks and add some workabilty for better players and mid handicappers.

They’ve followed by the G425 irons which are more compact and more beginner friendly.

Distance: 93/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 94/100

Feel And Control: 90/100

Overall Score: 93/100

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