Ping i210 Irons
Reviewed By: Andy Myers
Now I’ve gotten my head around the new Ping model numbering system I must say I am incredibly impressed with these new irons. In a market of cavity backed irons it is difficult to stand out but Ping have created a great iron.
At a first glance it's hard to see an obvious difference between these irons and their predecessors the i200 irons but after a few hits the differences are clear. The head still uses the cavity back design but now it features a larger section in the sole area which sees a 30% bigger Elastomer Insert that is 50% softer than before. This gives a great feeling iron. Also, the shorter irons have a much more player iron appearance which could make these irons appeal to the better golfer.
A great iron once again from Ping and a real rival for the other irons in this category on the market. These are already in the bags of a couple of my students and I can see them staying a while. If you're looking for an alternative to the i200 it might be worth checking out the Ping G400 Irons.
Andy's Pro Tip
The lofts on these irons are not as strong as some others on the market so maybe opt for the ‘Power Spec’ which delofts them and adds distance.