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Ping G710 Irons

Improved Accuracy. Incredible Distance.
G700 irons were a huge success for PING, as they provided players with incredible distance, forgiveness, and launch conditions. Brand new from PING are the G710 irons, which promise to deliver similar but improved performance in a stylish new design. Right away, players will notice the black PVD finish, which gives the G710s a more compact look at address. Additionally, the use of epoxy behind the clubface creates a quieter, more pleasing sound and feel.

But the incredible distance and high launch will remain, as a C300 clubface and improved face flexing mechanics generate faster ball speeds and make it easier to get the ball in the air. Also of note, the G710 irons will offer five percent higher MOI than G700, thanks in large part to enhanced perimeter weighting, tungsten weight in the toe, and new shaft weights, all of which combine to create a lower CG position that promotes improved accuracy on off-center strikes.

Ping G410 LST Driver

Low Spin Technology.
PING has had great success with its LST (Low Spin Technology) drivers and believes the new G410 LST will continue that trend. As the name would suggest, the G410 LST was created for players who need to lower their spin rates. More specifically, the G410 LST will spin between 200 and 400 RPM lower than the G410 Plus. Forgiveness, however, has not been sacrificed, and the G410 LST offers three percent higher MOI than its predecessor, the G400 LST.

Also of note, the G410 LST features a slightly smaller and more rounded shape at 450cc than the other G410 models. There is shared technology in the G410s, however, and that starts with Custom CG Tuning, which allows players to use a movable weight to create either a draw, fade, or neutral ball flight bias. Additionally, a new adjustable hosel gives golfers added loft adjustability and flat lie angle settings to help them further dial in their preferred flight conditions.