Ping G25 Irons Review
Ping say that they are for players of all abilities and we have to agree with them.
The Ping S59 irons are defintely the best looking iron Ping have produced to date and are very easy to use.
They are blade-looking but perform more like a cavity back hybrid with excellent playability and forgiveness. Performance is good throughout the S59 set, although better players will want a little more feel in their short irons.
Given the Ping S59 is aimed at the lower handicappers, we think the cast heads don't give as much feedback as the forged cavity/blade hybrids offered by competitors. However better players will also want custom fitting which is another Ping strength, so if you are a Ping die-hard you'll love them.
We like them too, but we feel there are slightly better models out there.
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Ping S59 Irons - Product Details
|Launch Date UK||01 September 2007|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Shaft Flex||Stiff, Regular|
|Set Makeup||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW|
|Manufacturer's Website||Ping Website|
I have returned to Ping and have found the S59 clubs to be excellent from 3 to PW. I also have the tour lob wedges and the look is the best Ping have done in a long time. Any sub 10 handicap player can only become more consistent with these clubs.
The Ping S59 irons were a decent set that was easy to use. Solid and performed well. One of the nicest looking Ping iron's I've seen. Sit well and get the ball up and on a penetration flight very easily. The feel at impact is also quite good. A bit surprised with how much I liked them.
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“Easy to use..styling a little plain..plwasant surprise.” – June 2005
“Hit the ball further..perform strongly..distinctive look.” – May 2004
“Acquired taste, solid performance, quite surprising amount of forgiveness.” – January 2004
“Not the club for traditionalists, lower handicap, excellent option.” – November 2003