Titleist T300 Vs Ping G425 Irons Comparison And Review

Titleist and Ping are among the most respected makers of golf irons in the game today, primarily known for quality players irons. The T300 and G425 are game improvement irons however that are mainly focused on the ball speed and distance they can conjure up while the shorter irons become extremely playable in each set.

Titleist T300 Overview

The T300 irons from Titleist are the second most forgiving club in the set behind the T400’s.

That being said, they build on the massive success of the AP1’s to deliver an iron set that thicks all the boxes in terms of distance, forgiveness and workability in the shorter irons.

The distance and feel of the longer irons has also presented a marked improvement from the very formidable AP1 irons that preceded them.

Ping G425 Irons Overview

Ping left us waiting for a new set of irons during the 2020 pandemic but when the G425’s did arrive, they didn’t disappoint.

The clubs follow on from the G410’s, which, it must be said, have a very similar performance to the G425’s but there a few key differences.

The Ping G425 have noticeably smaller and more compact heads that look delicious when you go to address the ball. With that being said, the G425’s pack almost identical ball speeds and distances into a smaller club face which is impressive

Where these clubs come into their own is in forgiveness and excellent workability, especially in the shorter irons.

When it comes to these, the T300’s are going to be the longer irons and will suit more high to mid handicappers, while the Ping irons are more forgiving and feel amazing, despite being a game improvment iron. If you looking for distance, go with the t300’s and if you are going for forgiveness, the G425’s are a great choice.

Titleist T300 Irons

Category – Distance/ Game Improvement Irons

Ping G425 Irons

Category – Game Improvement 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 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.

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

G425 – Selling Points

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

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 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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