Miura baby blades or Ping g Irons what's a better type?

boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
When it comes to irons only center impact achieves optimal distance and the Baby blades pured bar none are probably $$$$!! Due to the fact irons have a load of loft poor strikes and directional misses on average aren't that far offline. The ping g irons might make more sense for a load of golfers even tour players if fit right with the right shaft cause im sick of my misses coming up short of the green with my 6 iron!



Now in your opinion could the g outperform blades and even players clubs on total distance achieved on average to the green meaning you mis hit it on the toe now you find the left front portion of the green vs 20 yards short.
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  • dlygrissedlygrisse Members Posts: 13,013 ✭✭
    No. Baby blades are way more forgiving. Only problem is if you miss too much towards the toe you totally whiff.

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  • tucker500tucker500 Members Posts: 867 ✭✭
    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
  • green.teagreen.tea Members Posts: 401
    Wtf
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  • Kingcat990Kingcat990 European Tailored Golf Socks Members Posts: 3,808 ✭✭
    Baby Blades are the most forgiving iron in their size.
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  • sdandreasdandrea Steve Members Posts: 2,329 ✭✭
    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf




    exactly...............................
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  • justasgoodjustasgood Without Tempo, you are just a hacker. Members Posts: 2,586 ✭✭
    Blades or cavity backs redux.....
  • rawdograwdog Cleveland, OHMembers Posts: 3,015 ✭✭
    Is there a question somewhere?
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  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
    edited Jan 30, 2018 #9
    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf
    WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?
  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
    tucker500 wrote:


    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
    No sorry I kinda missed a little paragraph I meant to type i'm multitasking on my pc and making dinner image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> I meant this in a nut shell. I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?
  • rawdograwdog Cleveland, OHMembers Posts: 3,015 ✭✭

    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf
    WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?




    Yeah, duh!
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  • dmeeksDCdmeeksDC ClubWRX Posts: 2,186 ClubWRX
    This is one of those things worth thinking about and then forgetting.
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  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
    dmeeksDC wrote:


    This is one of those things worth thinking about and then forgetting.
    I love ya all I'll try to be less technical next time and just ask Ben Hogan in my past life.
  • mountaintopmountaintop Members Posts: 449

    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf
    WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?






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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,095 ✭✭
    Kingcat990 wrote:


    Baby Blades are the most forgiving iron in their size.




    True statement.



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  • trashbar03trashbar03 Members Posts: 112
    Is this post the beginning of a chuck norris joke?
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  • rebbyrebby CNH 320 ClubWRX Posts: 2,178 ✭✭
    I’m not sure what you’re trying to say here but I do love the picture of the baby blade that you selected. image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
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  • ChipNRunChipNRun Members Posts: 1,173 ✭✭

    tucker500 wrote:


    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
    ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ...




    If you want to play blades, go for it!



    That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades.



    I got to work out the Ping G irons in 2016 at PGA Orlando. Litmus test came with shots to a smallish target greet 175 yds. away. I hit three shots out of 3-inch deep shaggy rough. No. 1 came down on long fringe, No. 2 short fringe, and No. 3 within the length of the flagstick. Ping G delivers with a smooth swing.



    What do you want? An old Golf Digest article estimated that well-struck Player's club gets you within 3 yards of pin, well struck GI 7 yards, and SGI 10 yards.



    So, how good are you on center strikes? Reality check: I have run into three former small-college golfers at various benefit scrambles. All tell the same story: In college, they played blades and had maybe a 1 HDCP. Now, with family and job, they have switched to GI clubs: they can't work on their game every day, so the GIs give them more shots close to pin than harder to control Players/blades.



    It's your call... hopefully influenced by reality.
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  • IvyguyIvyguy Members Posts: 1,408 ✭✭
    My head hurts.
  • Max2341Max2341 Max Members Posts: 51 ✭✭
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  • Byrdman2230Byrdman2230 Members Posts: 308 ✭✭
    I got to “statistical fictional scenario” and quit.
  • PeanutsDaddyPeanutsDaddy Members Posts: 8,655 ✭✭
    Nobody puts Baby in the corner.



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    Nobody puts Baby in the corner.






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  • lawsonmanlawsonman Members Posts: 5,173 ✭✭
    It's too early in the morning to read a thread like this.
    Welcome to where dumb opinions are better than no opinion. :)

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  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
    ChipNRun wrote:


    tucker500 wrote:


    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
    ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ...




    If you want to play blades, go for it!



    That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades.



    I got to work out the Ping G irons in 2016 at PGA Orlando. Litmus test came with shots to a smallish target greet 175 yds. away. I hit three shots out of 3-inch deep shaggy rough. No. 1 came down on long fringe, No. 2 short fringe, and No. 3 within the length of the flagstick. Ping G delivers with a smooth swing.



    What do you want? An old Golf Digest article estimated that well-struck Player's club gets you within 3 yards of pin, well struck GI 7 yards, and SGI 10 yards.



    So, how good are you on center strikes? Reality check: I have run into three former small-college golfers at various benefit scrambles. All tell the same story: In college, they played blades and had maybe a 1 HDCP. Now, with family and job, they have switched to GI clubs: they can't work on their game every day, so the GIs give them more shots close to pin than harder to control Players/blades.



    It's your call... hopefully influenced by reality.
    Oh interesting very good. I'll will take the 7 yards or 21 feet all day I'm a good putter and get confidence from just hitting greens!~ Nothing frustrates me more than piping drivers all day only to hit 5 greens that were perfect shots vs 14 greens of run of the mil variety id take them all day.This would be a huge boost to my scoring average so Ping g irons with x 100 shafts and I may say goodbye to my Mizunos thanks for that stats.
  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191


    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf
    WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?






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    Oh come on brotha a little run on sentence plus a few and you can comprehend that im saying which club has more consistent distance averages relating to yards with a 6 iron at 185.
  • dlygrissedlygrisse Members Posts: 13,013 ✭✭

    ChipNRun wrote:


    tucker500 wrote:


    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
    ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ...




    If you want to play blades, go for it!



    That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades.



    I got to work out the Ping G irons in 2016 at PGA Orlando. Litmus test came with shots to a smallish target greet 175 yds. away. I hit three shots out of 3-inch deep shaggy rough. No. 1 came down on long fringe, No. 2 short fringe, and No. 3 within the length of the flagstick. Ping G delivers with a smooth swing.



    What do you want? An old Golf Digest article estimated that well-struck Player's club gets you within 3 yards of pin, well struck GI 7 yards, and SGI 10 yards.



    So, how good are you on center strikes? Reality check: I have run into three former small-college golfers at various benefit scrambles. All tell the same story: In college, they played blades and had maybe a 1 HDCP. Now, with family and job, they have switched to GI clubs: they can't work on their game every day, so the GIs give them more shots close to pin than harder to control Players/blades.



    It's your call... hopefully influenced by reality.
    Oh interesting very good. I'll will take the 7 yards or 21 feet all day I'm a good putter and get confidence from just hitting greens!~ Nothing frustrates me more than piping drivers all day only to hit 5 greens that were perfect shots vs 14 greens of run of the mil variety id take them all day.This would be a huge boost to my scoring average so Ping g irons with x 100 shafts and I may say goodbye to my Mizunos thanks for that stats.
    There are things called commas, you should try learning how to use them.

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  • Sir edward of putternutSir edward of putternut DARTH SMUG Members Posts: 1,365 ✭✭
    edited Jan 31, 2018 #28
    My mizuno mp 14s are better heel side center than dead center. Could be the case with the bb too. Pretty sure it dont matter a ding dang hootanany where u hit the ping g cuz either way, that club looks like that kid from mask (not the jim carrey movie) and the bb looks like the set that the good lord plays on sundays. Pretty sure those gs also feel like getting hit in the face with that kid from masks wiener while trying to tell you "ta dwink from da straw "
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  • boatrightgolf7boatrightgolf7 Members Posts: 191
    dlygrisse wrote:


    ChipNRun wrote:


    tucker500 wrote:


    Are you asking if a Ping G is more forgiving, in terms of distance and directional help on mis hits?
    ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ...




    If you want to play blades, go for it!



    That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades.



    I got to work out the Ping G irons in 2016 at PGA Orlando. Litmus test came with shots to a smallish target greet 175 yds. away. I hit three shots out of 3-inch deep shaggy rough. No. 1 came down on long fringe, No. 2 short fringe, and No. 3 within the length of the flagstick. Ping G delivers with a smooth swing.



    What do you want? An old Golf Digest article estimated that well-struck Player's club gets you within 3 yards of pin, well struck GI 7 yards, and SGI 10 yards.



    So, how good are you on center strikes? Reality check: I have run into three former small-college golfers at various benefit scrambles. All tell the same story: In college, they played blades and had maybe a 1 HDCP. Now, with family and job, they have switched to GI clubs: they can't work on their game every day, so the GIs give them more shots close to pin than harder to control Players/blades.



    It's your call... hopefully influenced by reality.
    Oh interesting very good. I'll will take the 7 yards or 21 feet all day I'm a good putter and get confidence from just hitting greens!~ Nothing frustrates me more than piping drivers all day only to hit 5 greens that were perfect shots vs 14 greens of run of the mil variety id take them all day.This would be a huge boost to my scoring average so Ping g irons with x 100 shafts and I may say goodbye to my Mizunos thanks for that stats.
    There are things called commas, you should try learning how to use them.
    Maybe so I still kinda feel commas are for people to lazy to write describing words https://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/06/who-really-cares-about-the-oxford-comma/487475/
  • jadedennilljadedennill Members Posts: 209 ✭✭



    green.tea wrote:


    Wtf
    WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus negating the total as as dead even or even on the plus side for the blades,or not it's just a hypothetical scenario ''DO YOU HAVE AN OPINION OR HAVE PERSONALLY TESTED THIS IN REAL LIFE''?






    [media=]
    Oh come on brotha a little run on sentence plus a few and you can comprehend that im saying which club has more consistent distance averages relating to yards with a 6 iron at 185.


    Any GI will have more consistency with every club at every distance if taking into account mishits. Any blade will be dialed in if only talking centre hits.

    This is obviously a rhetorical question, no?

    I can’t believe I wasted this much time reading something so useless. And then posted about it!
  • matchavezmatchavez Members Posts: 4,077 ✭✭
    Baby Blades rhyme with Training Aides for a reason...
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