Ping I210 irons & Glide forged wedge

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  • larciellarciel I play for eagle Members Posts: 2,297 ✭✭
    edited Jun 11, 2018 #242
    dpb5031 wrote:

    larciel wrote:

    dpb5031 wrote:

    larciel wrote:


    tried i200, and I hate the feel. It's not even close to any forged face. what am I missing?




    Forged-smorged. Doesnt make a damned bit of difference. It's the mass behind the sweet spot in MB blades that gives that gratifying feel, not forged versus cast.



    i200s and now i210s are a cavity back. They'll never feel entirely like an MB blade, but Ping's use of polymer inserts to tune the sound/feel of these irons gives them a gratifying feel in their own right. Different than an MB blade, but nice nonetheless for those desiring more forgiveness.




    based on your theory, say Titelist cb should feel similar to i200 because both are cb? lol, cb716 is much better than i200 in terms of the feel.



    i200 feels very sturdy and firm, which some people might like, but I didn't feel that softness you get from other forged clubs.




    I love the feel of a Mizuno true forged blade (MP series) more than anything. I've hit 'em all, and there's not a cavity back iron, Titleist, Mizuno, Ping, forged or cast that will ever match that feel.



    You may enjoy Titleist forged CBs, but it ain't even close compared to a true MB blade. No mass behind the sweet spot. It's that dense mass behind the ball more than anything that gives the feeling of nirvana on a purely struck shot, not whether its forged or cast. Also why it will sting your hands like crazy when you miss the sweet spot! (The areas of the face away from the sweet spot are still forged, right, yet it doesn't feel very soft on those shots does it...lol?)




    I hear your love for MBs.... but my point was that what's so great about i200 compared with other CBs or any other COMPARABLE models? I am loving my ping stealth wedges so I wanted to try ping irons but this was a dud for me. Maybe i500 would be better.



    Honestly, i210 design is not like 'WOW' .. and based of many fanfare of ping users, I thought there was something special about ping irons.. I haven't felt or seen one yet.
  • Byrdman2230Byrdman2230 Members Posts: 308 ✭✭
    larciel wrote:
    tried i200, and I hate the feel. It's not even close to any forged face. what am I missing?




    The sweet spot
  • larciellarciel I play for eagle Members Posts: 2,297 ✭✭

    larciel wrote:
    tried i200, and I hate the feel. It's not even close to any forged face. what am I missing?




    The sweet spot




    lol.



    i'm gonna tell them at 718cb thread how rude ping people are!!! /jk
  • nitramnitram Take Dead Aim Members Posts: 5,177 ✭✭
    Really liking the clean looks on the wedges.
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  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... Members Posts: 7,856 ✭✭
    larciel wrote:

    dpb5031 wrote:

    larciel wrote:

    dpb5031 wrote:

    larciel wrote:


    tried i200, and I hate the feel. It's not even close to any forged face. what am I missing?




    Forged-smorged. Doesnt make a damned bit of difference. It's the mass behind the sweet spot in MB blades that gives that gratifying feel, not forged versus cast.



    i200s and now i210s are a cavity back. They'll never feel entirely like an MB blade, but Ping's use of polymer inserts to tune the sound/feel of these irons gives them a gratifying feel in their own right. Different than an MB blade, but nice nonetheless for those desiring more forgiveness.




    based on your theory, say Titelist cb should feel similar to i200 because both are cb? lol, cb716 is much better than i200 in terms of the feel.



    i200 feels very sturdy and firm, which some people might like, but I didn't feel that softness you get from other forged clubs.




    I love the feel of a Mizuno true forged blade (MP series) more than anything. I've hit 'em all, and there's not a cavity back iron, Titleist, Mizuno, Ping, forged or cast that will ever match that feel.



    You may enjoy Titleist forged CBs, but it ain't even close compared to a true MB blade. No mass behind the sweet spot. It's that dense mass behind the ball more than anything that gives the feeling of nirvana on a purely struck shot, not whether its forged or cast. Also why it will sting your hands like crazy when you miss the sweet spot! (The areas of the face away from the sweet spot are still forged, right, yet it doesn't feel very soft on those shots does it...lol?)




    I hear your love for MBs.... but my point was that what's so great about i200 compared with other CBs or any other COMPARABLE models? I am loving my ping stealth wedges so I wanted to try ping irons but this was a dud for me. Maybe i500 would be better.



    Honestly, i210 design is not like 'WOW' .. and based of many fanfare of ping users, I thought there was something special about ping irons.. I haven't felt or seen one yet.




    Feel is subjective, water is wet. Carry on.
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  • Rush325Rush325 Members Posts: 2
    Such a shame its not the old super durable tumbled finish on the irons. Thats what I thought it was when I first saw the pics.



    Will hold off until the reviews and tech info come out but will probably go i200. Do love the clean looks Ping are going for as cant stand all the stuff on the back of other clubs
  • bigeasybigeasy Bigeasy Members Posts: 1,172 ✭✭
    I went in to a reputable Ping dealer in the capital city of NC and talked about these with a employee. Discussed the looks and how Ping has come up with no doubt their best wedge to date and then we discussed the price, $200 per club was quoted. Whew! Kind of pricey. I would like to give them a shot but price is a little bit of a turnoff, but never say never.
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  • matchavezmatchavez Members Posts: 4,202 ✭✭
    QuigleyDU wrote:






    Unfortunately that’s lighting. The red looks sorta bad a**.

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  • Frisco KidFrisco Kid Members Posts: 165 ✭✭
    Hot Rod 71 wrote:


    I may be in the minority here, but I like the aesthetics of the i200 better.



    Those wedges look amazing!




    I concur...
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  • Frisco KidFrisco Kid Members Posts: 165 ✭✭
    Belmont148 wrote:

    hayzooos wrote:


    Look nice, but I'm honestly curious where people are getting the i200s for $85/club image/biggrin.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':D' />




    Talk to your club pro. Assuming you are a member of a course that is a Ping fitter. Online MAP is $100 club I believe. I got an 8 club set for $680 out the door.




    Exactly right! I got 4-U (8 clubs, Modus 105 shafts) for $689 from my fitter here in Dallas. I also ordered two original Glide wedges for $89 each as we were told by Ping that they were still

    available...Ping sent 2.0s.
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  • sandysandy ClubWRX Posts: 4,996
    edited Jun 13, 2018 #253
    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes. A couple of buyers and fitters that have tried both irons, said the i210 has a much better feel than the i500. i500 had an odd sound and feel but was better than the G700 by a lot, which is good. i210 Obviously not as long with 3 degrees weaker lofts. One guy thought the i210 felt as good as his 718AP2s which seemed like a good thing. Better feeling than i200 that they had there as well. Maybe worked on feel with same performance as the i200. Thought the wedges were fine but nothing special. One guy liked the Glide stealth better for feel. Seemed limited in grinds. Didn’t see any WS, SS, TS, ES
  • Frisco KidFrisco Kid Members Posts: 165 ✭✭
    Radeon962 wrote:


    The finish wears off but over time it evens out. There is a thread on bar keepers friend and scotch Brite if it is that much of an.issue as it is just a surface coating.




    I got impatient for the wear to even out so I did the scotch brite pad and bar keepers friend trick. Took all the superficial marks off and left a nice even satin sheen that looks much nicer.
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  • Frisco KidFrisco Kid Members Posts: 165 ✭✭
    larciel wrote:


    tried i200, and I hate the feel. It's not even close to any forged face. what am I missing?




    Not discounting your experience, but coming from AP2s, the I200s feel just as good when flushed. I’d also add that miss hits feel less harsh with the I200s.
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  • DizzDizz J.W. Members Posts: 14,258
    edited Jun 13, 2018 #256
    eebomb wrote:

    Dizz wrote:


    WOW... both the irons and wedges are absolutely gorgeous. The irons look like their significantly less offset than what is normal for their "i" iron line. I can honestly say I would be willing to try those out and give them a go if they play as good as they look.



    I have a feeling that these are going to be back-ordered for a month or longer if they are as good as they look. When the PING i20 irons first came out I was selling two sets every day... but it helped that they performed unbelievably well too. I actually think these are the best looking irons they've put out in recent memory... maybe even better looking than the S55 which I didn't think would ever happen for a PING.



    Hey PING... I will take a set of the irons & wedges, specs as follows:



    i210 (3-9, P, U)- Dynamic Gold S400 Tour Issue, Std Length, Blue Dot, Tour Velvet 58R logo down

    Glide Forged (54 & 60)- Dynamic Gold S400 Tour Issue, Std Length, Black Dot, Tour Velvet 58R logo down



    Thanks!!



    LOL



    PS- If there is a 2 iron I will take that too... PXi 6.5 though @ +1/2", Yellow Dot
    ? Then order them duh




    The post was just in fun-- I don't like them enough to pay for them. I was National and Regional Fitter of the Year in different years for PING when I was a golf pro so I didn't pay for golf clubs for almost 10 years. But I still have a good relationship with PING hence my post-- it was just meant as a joke. Now that I have to pay for clubs, I buy the irons I want and use them until their worn out. I did just buy a G400 MAX driver though.
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  • Kenny Lee PuckettKenny Lee Puckett Members Posts: 3,460 ✭✭
    edited Jun 13, 2018 #257
    sandy wrote:


    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes.


    the CTP of i210 is of a different design in that it's not about going any deeper in the head, it's about it positioning/size makes it now go further up the face (the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). the CTP material itself is also a different softness (it's softer) than i200's CTP. you can literally feel it squish when you push on the CTP bar with your finger (once again, the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



    edit: and just to confirm for anybody, the i210 will be 431ss, just as what was used in i200.
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  •  SwooshLT SwooshLT Members Posts: 7,046 ✭✭

    sandy wrote:


    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes.


    the CTP of i210 is of a different design in that it's not about going any deeper in the head, it's about it positioning/size makes it now go further up the face (the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). the CTP material itself is also a different softness (it's softer) than i200's CTP. you can literally feel it squish when you push on the CTP bar with your finger (once again, the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    Preference of i500 vs i210 for a slower swing old guy who's a forged snob but needs help in the longer irons? #mouthful
  • Kenny Lee PuckettKenny Lee Puckett Members Posts: 3,460 ✭✭
    SwooshLT wrote:


    sandy wrote:


    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes.


    the CTP of i210 is of a different design in that it's not about going any deeper in the head, it's about it positioning/size makes it now go further up the face (the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). the CTP material itself is also a different softness (it's softer) than i200's CTP. you can literally feel it squish when you push on the CTP bar with your finger (once again, the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    Preference of i500 vs i210 for a slower swing old guy who's a forged snob but needs help in the longer irons? #mouthful
    my friend, you'll want to be giving the i500 a demo. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />
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  • sandysandy ClubWRX Posts: 4,996
    edited Jun 14, 2018 #260

    sandy wrote:


    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes.


    the CTP of i210 is of a different design in that it's not about going any deeper in the head, it's about it positioning/size makes it now go further up the face (the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). the CTP material itself is also a different softness (it's softer) than i200's CTP. you can literally feel it squish when you push on the CTP bar with your finger (once again, the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



    edit: and just to confirm for anybody, the i210 will be 431ss, just as what was used in i200.




    Hopefully they have that increased area of the CTP cover reinforced. You could put dents in the i200 one pretty easy with a fingernail when testing to feel softness of material. This bigger area looks more exposed like it would be more apt to get damaged by other clubs..especially if the material is softer
  • doublehansdoublehans Members Posts: 642 ✭✭
    sandy wrote:


    sandy wrote:


    Looks like a much bigger CTP at least in exposed surface area cover. Not sure how deep it goes.


    the CTP of i210 is of a different design in that it's not about going any deeper in the head, it's about it positioning/size makes it now go further up the face (the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). the CTP material itself is also a different softness (it's softer) than i200's CTP. you can literally feel it squish when you push on the CTP bar with your finger (once again, the talk will be more "vibration dampening"). image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



    edit: and just to confirm for anybody, the i210 will be 431ss, just as what was used in i200.




    Hopefully they have that increased area of the CTP cover reinforced. You could put dents in the i200 one pretty easy with a fingernail when testing to feel softness of material. This bigger area looks more exposed like it would be more apt to get damaged by other clubs..especially if the material is softer




    iron headcovers image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



    in all seriousness tho, interesting point
  • MWL MWL Members Posts: 305 ✭✭
    edited Jun 15, 2018 #262
    Why do all manufacturers think that more forgiving irons MUST have loads of offset. Is there not a huge market for better players who want more forgiveness in the irons without the hook bias.



    They don't make all 460cc drivers or even hybrids offset so why do it with the irons.



    Eventually they will figure this out and is will be heralded as a breakthrough.
  • Rpete33Rpete33 Members Posts: 519 ✭✭
    MWL wrote:
    Why do all manufacturers think that more forgiving irons MUST have loads of offset. Is there not a huge market for better players who want more forgiveness in the irons without the hook bias.



    They don't make all 460cc drivers or even hybrids offset so why do it with the irons.



    Eventually they will figure this out and is will be heralded as a breakthrough.




    I’ve been thinking that too! Why not give us a i200/i210 with a players, that’s the one that that throws me off with these. I want to game them but not sure I could switch from my current blades with basically no offset
  • sandysandy ClubWRX Posts: 4,996
    edited Jun 15, 2018 #264
    In many of the S series before the S55 Ping had fixtures that could press most of the offset out of the irons. When they started chrome plating them they would no longer do it as it would crack the chrome. S58, S57, maybe S56, but definitely not S55.. Could do slight reductions in i series as well. Lots of tour pros had it done, was pretty expensive like $25 a club.
  • tobiasjdtobiasjd Members Posts: 444 ✭✭
    edited Jun 15, 2018 #265
    MWL wrote:


    Why do all manufacturers think that more forgiving irons MUST have loads of offset. Is there not a huge market for better players who want more forgiveness in the irons without the hook bias.



    They don't make all 460cc drivers or even hybrids offset so why do it with the irons.



    Eventually they will figure this out and is will be heralded as a breakthrough.




    They do. They are called iBlades.



    I get what you mean, but the reason they do that isn't so much because they are draw bias. It's that they are so much easier to launch. Usually a player seeking that type of iron struggles most with getting a long iron up in the air high enough to be playable. I think with hybrids and with the amount of tech they have in "player" irons now, this category of iron is almost obsolete.
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  • LBGolfLBGolf Members Posts: 15
    I got to hit the i210 i500 and forged wedge today..very good reports.. the 500 is like a titleist tmb. Very slight ting sound at impact but not too off putting. It goes miles. The head is smaller than the new i210 too. I didn’t like the tmb as it popped up too much but had a much stronger flight with the i500.



    The i210 is very good too. In my opinion more forgiving than the i200 but softer feeling that’s i200 or the forged i500.



    There is a large vibration dampening material at the rear that seems to really improve the feel. I would still personally pick the i blade over this but I’m sure it will be a massive seller as its very easy to use.





    The wedge was a new one on me all together. I’m saying it’s the best wedge ping have ever made forged and milled to perfection. Great looking with simple lines. Feel was immense. Very nice classic look at address too. This wedge is great!!!!!!



    I took a few pics and will get them up
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    Looking forward to seeing your photos !!!
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  • GolfMonster09GolfMonster09 PING Staff 2019 Members Posts: 1,498 ✭✭
    LBGolf wrote:


    I got to hit the i210 i500 and forged wedge today..very good reports.. the 500 is like a titleist tmb. Very slight ting sound at impact but not too off putting. It goes miles. The head is smaller than the new i210 too. I didn’t like the tmb as it popped up too much but had a much stronger flight with the i500.



    The i210 is very good too. In my opinion more forgiving than the i200 but softer feeling that’s i200 or the forged i500.



    There is a large vibration dampening material at the rear that seems to really improve the feel. I would still personally pick the i blade over this but I’m sure it will be a massive seller as its very easy to use.





    The wedge was a new one on me all together. I’m saying it’s the best wedge ping have ever made forged and milled to perfection. Great looking with simple lines. Feel was immense. Very nice classic look at address too. This wedge is great!!!!!!



    I took a few pics and will get them up




    You may want to think twice before you post pictures. Assuming you work in a shop or big box, but you post those pics you might as well have your rep fired. I keep my phone well away from me whenever my rep comes by with new stuff for that very reason. PING is tight about who gets to see what and when.
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  • larciellarciel I play for eagle Members Posts: 2,297 ✭✭
  • matchavezmatchavez Members Posts: 4,202 ✭✭
    edited Jun 15, 2018 #270
    And embargoed photos will get pulled off of here anyhow.



    BTW, has anyone confirmed tungsten in the wedge toes? They have that framing around the loft stamp, and it's similar to when they stuffed it into the s55...
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  • GolfMonster09GolfMonster09 PING Staff 2019 Members Posts: 1,498 ✭✭
    matchavez wrote:


    And embargoed photos will get pulled off of here anyhow.



    BTW, has anyone confirmed tungsten in the wedge toes? They have that framing around the loft stamp, and it's similar to when they stuffed it into the s55...




    Yes - tungsten buried in the toe of the wedges. They're also much smaller than the Glide 2.0 wedges. And no sole grinds or custom grinds on them either. They're pretty confident it's the best wedge they've designed.
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