PING G730 Irons


PING’s new G730 irons are a cavity back construction with confidence-building heads and a large amount offset for those looking for lots of forgiveness plus additional distance from their irons.

Fast Facts PING G730 Irons
Game-improvement category
Cavity back construction
Thin 17-4 stainless steel face
Toe weight screw
Hydropearl finish
Stock lofts; 5-iron 21.5°, pitching wedge 40°
Optional Power Spec & Retro Spec lofts
Stock shafts: Dynamic Gold Mid 100 or 115, PING Alta CB Black
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline
$185 per club steel shafts, $200 graphite shafts

From the first irons they made PING has always produced clubs for average golfers that could give more fun to this difficult, maddening, addicting game and the G730s are their latest model to deliver easy-to-hit forgiveness with additional distance.

The clubheads are a larger size and have wider soles plus the head has lots of offset from the shaft—over 0.25” in the 5-iron—giving a confidence-inspiring package.

The face has been thinned so there’s more flexing at impact for more yardage and combined with the head’s low center of gravity the ball launches higher.

“Since my grandfather, Karsten Solheim, pioneered forgiveness 65 years ago with the invention of perimeter weighting, golfers have come to expect the highest levels of performance from PING irons,” John K. Solheim PING CEO & President said. “The G730 iron furthers that reputation in a way that would make Karsten proud. Our engineers have applied modern design techniques to his proven theories, bringing golfers the forgiveness and consistency they need to improve their accuracy and lower their scores by hitting more greens.”

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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