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Ping G425 Irons

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Ping G425 Irons

The metal-wood-style, variable-thickness face and internal geometry increase ball speed and flexing for launching shots higher and farther with stopping power to hold greens. Expanded perimeter weighting in this smaller head design sets a new standard in forgiveness for an iron its size. Available in 4-9, PW, UW, SW, LW.

Technology

  • Perimeter Weighting: A tungsten toe screw and hosel weight expand the perimeter weighting to create a new standard in forgiveness for an iron its size. The resilient hydropearl chrome finish repels moisture to improve performance from wet conditions.

  • Speed-Generating Face: A stronger, variable-thickness, Hyper 17-4 stainless steel face in the metal-wood-style design delivers our fastest ball speed ever in the G-Series for generating higher, longer results with stopping power.

  • Stopping Power: A patented cascading sole and top-rail undercut combine to perform like a hinge, flexing to launch the ball faster and higher with green-holding precision consistently and predictably.

  • Streamlined Look: Its blade length is shorter than the G410 iron but the head has a higher MOI, and the clean, compact design presents an eye-pleasing address view that inspires confidence.

  • Multi-Material Badge: Extensive finite element analysis was used to develop a three-piece, multi-material cavity badge that covers more of the face to damp undesirable frequencies for superb feel and sound.

  • Stock Shafts: In the PING AWT 2.0 steel shaft, lighter long-iron shafts help square the clubface; short iron/wedge shafts are heavier for trajectory control and feel. The PING Alta CB Slate graphite option delivers high launch with stability and a consistent feel.

  • Smart Grips: Arccos Caddie Smart Grips are standard. An embedded sensor automatically records and analyzes every shot when paired with the Arccos Caddie app.

Specifications

Club

Length

Loft

Power Spec Loft

Retro Spec Loft

Lie Angle

Offset

Bounce

Swingweight

4-iron

38 7/8"

20.5°

19.0°

n/a

60.5°

0.27"

5.0°

D0

5-iron

38 1/4"

23.5°

22.0°

n/a

61.0°

0.24"

6.0°

D0

6-iron

37 5/8"

26.5°

25.0°

n/a

61.5°

0.21"

7.0°

D0

7-iron

37"

30.0°

28.5°

n/a

62.0°

0.18"

8.0°

D0

8-iron

36 1/2"

34.5°

32.5°

n/a

62.8°

0.15"

9.0°

D0

9-iron

36"

39.5°

37.5°

n/a

63.5°

0.13"

11.0°

D0.5

PW

35 1/2"

44.5°

42.5°

n/a

64.1°

0.11"

12.0°

D2

UW

35 1/2"

49.5°

47.5°

n/a

64.1°

0.11"

12.0°

D2

SW

35 1/4"

54.0°

52.5°

n/a

64.4°

0.09"

13.0°

D3

LW

35"

58.0°

58.0°

n/a

64.6°

0.08"

13.0°

D4

Notes

  • Lie angle is based on Black Color Code at standard length.
  • Power Spec Loft is a fitting option for players looking to boost their iron distance or decrease spin to hit a desired trajectory window. The Power Spec is a custom-designed loft configuration that delivers a power boost in a calculated fashion without sacrificing the integrity of the club’s design.
  • Club bounce angles will vary slightly if ordered with non-standard loft specs.
  • Standard swingweights for graphite-shafted clubs are 1 to 2 points lighter than shown, depending on shaft flex.
  • Achievable swingweights depend on shaft, length and grip combinations.
  • These are design specifications that may vary due to manufacturing tolerances.
  • Available in left- and right-handed models.

Shafts

PING offers a variety of shaft flexes in steel and graphite to meet your needs and preferences. Selecting the proper shaft flex for your swing will help you get the most distance and accuracy from every shot. Generally, players with faster swing speeds require stiffer shafts to keep the ball trajectory lower, while players with slower swing speeds will require more-flexible shafts to produce a higher ball trajectory.

The choice of steel or graphite shafts is usually based on preferences for weight and/or feel. Players seeking a lighter overall weight and/or a softer feel in their irons may prefer graphite shafts, while players who prefer a standard-weight club with a firmer feel may prefer steel shafts.

We recommend that you get fit for the shaft that allows you to play your best golf. Whether that’s a softer, lighter shaft with a higher launch or a heavier, stiffer shaft with a lower trajectory, a PING Certified Club Fitter can help you find the shaft that brings consistency to your game.

Shaft

Flex

Weight

Launch Angle

PING Alta CB Slate

Soft Regular

65.0g

High

Regular

72.0g

Mid High

Stiff

82.0g

Mid

PING Alta Distanza Black 40
Alta Distanza Black 40 graphite shaft

Soft Regular

42.0g

High

PING AWT 2.0
PING AWT 2.0 Shaft

Regular

98.0g

Mid High

Stiff

104.0g

Mid

X-Stiff

119.0g

Low Mid

True Temper Dynamic Gold
True Temper Dynamic Gold Shaft

S300

124.0g

Low Mid

X100

124.0g

Low

True Temper Dynamic Gold 105
True Temper DG 105 shaft

R300

95.0g

Mid High

S300

97.0g

Mid High

True Temper Dynamic Gold 120
True Temper DG 120 shaft

S300

112.0g

Mid

X100

114.0g

Mid

KBS Tour
KBS Tour Shaft

Regular

104.0g

Mid

Stiff

114.0g

Mid

X-Stiff

124.0g

Low Mid

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 105
N.S. Pro Modus 3 105 Shaft

Regular

103.0g

Mid High

Stiff

106.0g

Mid High

X-Stiff

112.0g

Mid High

Project X LZ

5.0

104.0g

Mid

5.5

109.0g

Mid

6.0

114.0g

Mid

6.5

119.0g

Mid

True Temper Elevate 95

Regular

96.0g

High

Stiff

97.0g

High

Notes

  • Shaft weights listed are based on the trimmed length of a 7-iron and may not match the specs on the shaft manufacturer’s websites.