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  • rainkingjrrainkingjr Members  2779WRX Points: 240Posts: 2,779 Titanium Tees
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    Pulled the trigger on the i210's. We'll see which irons win out.

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    anyone playing these with old school S300?

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  • TigerInTheWoodsTigerInTheWoods Members  2660WRX Points: 1,673Handicap: 4Posts: 2,660 Titanium Tees
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    Just ordered a set of these. Kind of wanted to go iBlade but my i200 with KBS were so good for me. Had to give them a go. I felt like I was scaring the flag every mid to short iron with my Pings and I'm still trying to adjust to my AP2 and now CB combo journey. Can't wait to get them to range and see if I can't find the old magic.

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  • kcd38kcd38 Members  426WRX Points: 135Posts: 426 Greens
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    finally pulled the trigger on a set of i210's and have been loving them so far. the DG 120 S300 is a much better shaft for me (coming from Ctaper 130x). Great feel and height. I look forward to playing these more and more

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    Driver - PING G400 LST 8.5, Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0
    3 Wood - PING G400 14.5, AD Di 6s
    Hybrid - Ping G410 19 degree, Tour AD DI 95x Hybrid 
    4-PW - Mizuno JPX 919 Tour PW-6, 919 Forged 5 iron, 919 Hot Metal Pro 5 iron, all with Modus Nippon3 120s
    Wedges - Vokey SM7 50F, 55F, 60 D 
    Putter - Taylormade Spider Tour Black
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    On -, @kcd38 said:

    finally pulled the trigger on a set of i210's and have been loving them so far. the DG 120 S300 is a much better shaft for me (coming from Ctaper 130x). Great feel and height. I look forward to playing these more and more

    Thats a serious shaft change

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  • kcd38kcd38 Members  426WRX Points: 135Posts: 426 Greens
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    On -, @PatsNation said:

    On -, @kcd38 said:

    finally pulled the trigger on a set of i210's and have been loving them so far. the DG 120 S300 is a much better shaft for me (coming from Ctaper 130x). Great feel and height. I look forward to playing these more and more

    Thats a serious shaft change

    It definitely is. I was looking to go to x100's but my contact was more consistent with the 120 S300's for some reason. Definitely like the new shafts better, much better flight.

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    Driver - PING G400 LST 8.5, Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0
    3 Wood - PING G400 14.5, AD Di 6s
    Hybrid - Ping G410 19 degree, Tour AD DI 95x Hybrid 
    4-PW - Mizuno JPX 919 Tour PW-6, 919 Forged 5 iron, 919 Hot Metal Pro 5 iron, all with Modus Nippon3 120s
    Wedges - Vokey SM7 50F, 55F, 60 D 
    Putter - Taylormade Spider Tour Black
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  • 2012BFT2012BFT Members  621WRX Points: 122Posts: 621 Golden Tee
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    Still playing mine, but I feel like the soles dont cut through turf as good as my CF16 Apex Pros or old 716 AP2... I feel like the i210 get hung up on me. They are incredibly soft though.. and look great at address.

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    Taylormade M5 w/ Tenesi Orange 60x 
    Taylormade M5 3w/5w w/ Tenesi Orange 70x   
    Callaway Apex Pro Combo PX 6.0
    Vokey SM7 50, 54, 60
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2
    Titleist Pro-V1x
  • toddba11toddba11 Moonlight Mile Members  640WRX Points: 128Posts: 640 Golden Tee
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    Just started gaming the i210 s , 4 - PW (+1”) with the new DG S120s, loving them and having some awesome ball striking rounds......went with the 120s to reduce weight, coming from blades and DG S300s, Wilson’s FG62s.......

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    In the Bag:
    Driver - Titleist 915 D2 - Tensei White CK Pro Mitsubishi Rayon 70S, 45"
    3 Wood: Callaway Epic 13.5 Rogue 75S
    Irons: 4 - PW Callaway Apex MBs 2018 - DG TI 120 S400 +1"
    3 Cobra Iron Utility Black with KBS $120 Shaft +1"
    PW: Vokey 7M 46,52 (both F grind),60 (M grind) degree. SW: Ping I10
    Hybrid: Cobra F7
    Putter: TP Mills High Toe ONE or TP Mills Bull Elf
    Ball: Pro V or Bridgestone RSX
    Bag: 2018 Sun Mountain C-130
  • johngalt312johngalt312 Member ClubWRX  632WRX Points: 181Posts: 632 ClubWRX
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    Have i210s in True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 and in Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 X, and as much as I hate to say it, I seem to like/hit better the i200s in Project X 6.0 (all clubs standard length, black dot, and power spec lofts).

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    G400 Driver
    G410 3-Wood
    G410 5-Wood
    G410 Hybrid 3
    Blueprint Irons 4-W
    Glide 3.0 Wedges 52* & 58*
    PLD Prime Tyne Putter
    Jani-King Towel
  • pheenomz4774pheenomz4774 Members  993WRX Points: 205Posts: 993 Golden Tee
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    Have had the i210s for 8 months now, almost a record since joining WRX, second only to the i200s i played for almost 18 months. Love that they feel a tad softer but other than that have found little difference. Perhaps the best thing about the 210s is that I now have them being bent to retro spec and adding a 3 iron.

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    Driver: Ping G410 LST 9° Tensei Orange 60
    Fairway: Ping G410 14.5° Tensei Orange 70
    Hybrid: Ping G410 19° Tensei Blue 80
    Irons: Mizuno MP-20 HMB 4-PW KBS C-Taper Lite
    Wedges: Vokey SM7 50°F, 54°S, 58°M 
    Putter: Ping Sigma 2 Tyne
    Ball: ProV1
  • jwb10jwb10 Major Winner MarsMembers  1139WRX Points: 174Handicap: 1Posts: 1,139 Platinum Tees
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    Best irons I've owned, great feel and control. I can move them left, or right, and flight them. Much better than the I-500s they replaced. I love the feel and performance of the AWTs

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  • ALIFALIF ArizonaMembers  2804WRX Points: 365Posts: 2,804 Titanium Tees
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    I have 7-UW and love them. They replaced my eye 2’s.

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  • ratdg1ratdg1 Columbus, OHMembers  325WRX Points: 99Posts: 325 Greens
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    Had them for about a month. Great irons. Soft, forgiving but workable, and consistent as all get out. No real distance gain from my last set, but the consistency and feel more than makes up for that.

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    Ping G410 9*
    Tour Edge EXS 3w, 5w
    Ping i210 4-U
    Ping Glide Stealth 54, 60
    Bettinardi BB0
    Srixon Q-Star Tour
    Ping Hoofer

  • Indygolfer85Indygolfer85 Members  325WRX Points: 116Posts: 325 Greens
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    Came back to the i210 after a few months with the Wilson v6. I am able to produce my desired shot shape and trajectory with greater consistency. I am punished less on my misses too.

    Trying to decide if I want to go from the dg s300 120s to the standard PX 6.0. Anyone have these with PX 6.0?

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    TM Sim Max 9*
    Who knows.... TEE EXS 220 3w, Mavrik SZ 4w, or Adams XTD Ti 5w
    TEE XCG6 3h 
    Ping i210 (4-W)
    TM MG 2 50*/54*
    TM Hi Toe 60*
    Toulon Atlanta
    Srixon Z-Star XV
  • gambitgambit Members  4464WRX Points: 267Posts: 4,464 Titanium Tees
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    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

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    SIM 9 / Tensei Pro Orange 60 TX

    SIM 3/5 Woods / Tensei Pro Blue 70/80 TX

    Tour Issue Adams Pro Mini 23 / AD DI 95x

    Ping Blueprints 5-P / Steelfiber i110S

    Ping Glide Forged 50-54-60 / Steelfiber i125S

    Byron Morgan DH89

    Titleist Linksmaster

  • RuffingItRuffingIt Members  171WRX Points: 86Posts: 171 Fairways
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    On -, @gambit said:

    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

    Had my first round with the G410 crossover 3i yesterday. New favorite club off the tee next to the G410 3w. The club smashes the ball off the face like a bullet. I tried the 2i & 3i at the store and decided to get the 3i to fill my gaps better, and it was easier to hit of the mats. But yesterdays test on the course made me build confidence off the tee...sooo easy and forgiving. Now I'm tempted to pick up the 2i and see what i can do off the tee box with that thing. Such a fun club to swing and watch the ball flight.

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    Ping G400 LST 8.5˚ (Kuro Kage Silver Tini X)
    Ping G410 3W (Ping Tour stiff)
    Ping G410 3 Crossover (Tensei CK Pro Blue 80)
    Nike VR Pro combo 4-PW (S300)
    Nike Engage 50˚ss, 55˚ss, 60˚ds
    Ping Karsten TR Anser 5 33"

    in rotation
    Nike Method Origin B2-01 33" / VR Pro ltd 5 wood (UST Mamiya VTS 85S silver)


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  • TigerInTheWoodsTigerInTheWoods Members  2660WRX Points: 1,673Handicap: 4Posts: 2,660 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @Indygolfer85 said:

    Came back to the i210 after a few months with the Wilson v6. I am able to produce my desired shot shape and trajectory with greater consistency. I am punished less on my misses too.

    Trying to decide if I want to go from the dg s300 120s to the standard PX 6.0. Anyone have these with PX 6.0?

    PX 6.0 is a lot stiffer. 5.5 standard is more comparable. If you want a fair bit less spin and a flatter flight it could be an option but VERY different shafts.

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  • Indygolfer85Indygolfer85 Members  325WRX Points: 116Posts: 325 Greens
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    On -, @balls_deep said:

    On -, @Indygolfer85 said:

    Came back to the i210 after a few months with the Wilson v6. I am able to produce my desired shot shape and trajectory with greater consistency. I am punished less on my misses too.

    Trying to decide if I want to go from the dg s300 120s to the standard PX 6.0. Anyone have these with PX 6.0?

    PX 6.0 is a lot stiffer. 5.5 standard is more comparable. If you want a fair bit less spin and a flatter flight it could be an option but VERY different shafts.

    Thanks. Is that your experience in general or with the i210 specifically? I’ve played px6.0 in a few sets.

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    TM Sim Max 9*
    Who knows.... TEE EXS 220 3w, Mavrik SZ 4w, or Adams XTD Ti 5w
    TEE XCG6 3h 
    Ping i210 (4-W)
    TM MG 2 50*/54*
    TM Hi Toe 60*
    Toulon Atlanta
    Srixon Z-Star XV
  • gambitgambit Members  4464WRX Points: 267Posts: 4,464 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @RuffingIt said:

    On -, @gambit said:

    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

    Had my first round with the G410 crossover 3i yesterday. New favorite club off the tee next to the G410 3w. The club smashes the ball off the face like a bullet. I tried the 2i & 3i at the store and decided to get the 3i to fill my gaps better, and it was easier to hit of the mats. But yesterdays test on the course made me build confidence off the tee...sooo easy and forgiving. Now I'm tempted to pick up the 2i and see what i can do off the tee box with that thing. Such a fun club to swing and watch the ball flight.

    How was it off the deck or do you not tee up your iron shots? I can't tee up an iron so I'm always off the deck with everything except driver. If it's not very good off the deck or out of rough I may go 4i in i210.

    Also, anyone go the retro spec route? I'm coming from AP2 and Miura CB57 so I just want my numbers to be consistent, but the increase in bounce makes me a bit nervous. With the retro spec I believe bounce would be 4-5* more per club with the i210.

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    SIM 9 / Tensei Pro Orange 60 TX

    SIM 3/5 Woods / Tensei Pro Blue 70/80 TX

    Tour Issue Adams Pro Mini 23 / AD DI 95x

    Ping Blueprints 5-P / Steelfiber i110S

    Ping Glide Forged 50-54-60 / Steelfiber i125S

    Byron Morgan DH89

    Titleist Linksmaster

  • RuffingItRuffingIt Members  171WRX Points: 86Posts: 171 Fairways
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    On -, @gambit said:

    On -, @RuffingIt said:

    On -, @gambit said:

    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

    Had my first round with the G410 crossover 3i yesterday. New favorite club off the tee next to the G410 3w. The club smashes the ball off the face like a bullet. I tried the 2i & 3i at the store and decided to get the 3i to fill my gaps better, and it was easier to hit of the mats. But yesterdays test on the course made me build confidence off the tee...sooo easy and forgiving. Now I'm tempted to pick up the 2i and see what i can do off the tee box with that thing. Such a fun club to swing and watch the ball flight.

    How was it off the deck or do you not tee up your iron shots? I can't tee up an iron so I'm always off the deck with everything except driver. If it's not very good off the deck or out of rough I may go 4i in i210.

    It's pretty easy off the deck, short of a true hybrid. I did try it out of some juicy rough, and it surprised me how well popped the ball out. *Note, this is my first ever DI, and the honeymoon phase is at it's peek, so...i'll see how it fairs in future rounds.

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    Ping G400 LST 8.5˚ (Kuro Kage Silver Tini X)
    Ping G410 3W (Ping Tour stiff)
    Ping G410 3 Crossover (Tensei CK Pro Blue 80)
    Nike VR Pro combo 4-PW (S300)
    Nike Engage 50˚ss, 55˚ss, 60˚ds
    Ping Karsten TR Anser 5 33"

    in rotation
    Nike Method Origin B2-01 33" / VR Pro ltd 5 wood (UST Mamiya VTS 85S silver)


  • granata10granata10 MichiganMembers  648WRX Points: 191Handicap: +1.6Posts: 648 Golden Tee
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    I have had mine about 2 months now, orange dot Dynamic Gold S300. I have been playing this setup with Ping since 2005. The i210 was a 1/4” longer than my previous pings, that took a little adjustment but overall I am happy. I am not one to work the ball a lot but with these I can do that when needed. What I find best about these is it’s easy to flight them, up and down and the feel is great.

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    Ping G400 LST 10*
    Taylormade Sim 14*
    Taylormade Sim 19*
    Ping Crossover 23*
    Wilson Staff Blade 5-PW
    Wilson Staff Blade 50*
    Ping Glide 3.0 54* SS & 58* TS
    Ping Nome TR
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    On -, @gambit said:

    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

    I have the 4 crossover. It gaps pretty well with the power spec 5 iron. It has about 10-12 yards gap for me. I’m considering bending the loft to 22 to get closer to 15 yards gap. I love hitting it though. It sounds like a 3 wood and flies so high, but penetrating.

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    Ping G410 LST 10.5 Speeder 661 Evolution IV X
    Cobra Big Tour 13.5 3 wood Ventus Blue 7 X
    Titleist TS2 17 degree hybrid HZRDUS Smoke Black 80 S
    Titleist TS3 21 degree hybrid @ 20 Atmos TS Blue HB 8 X
    Ping i210 5-9 Power Spec Steelfiber i110 S hardstepped
    Ping Glide 2 Stealth SS 45, 50, 55, 60 KBS 610 Wedge 120 S
    Ping Sigma G Ketch B
  • rmgatlrmgatl Members  236WRX Points: 76Posts: 236 Fairways
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    On -, @gambit said:

    Anyone use a G410 crossover in 3 or 4i with these?

    Looked at it, got Srixon Z u85s and love those.

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  • PreppySlapCutPreppySlapCut This is just babytown frolics... Members  6644WRX Points: 323Posts: 6,644 Titanium Tees
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    So far, they’re laughably good. Distance control, forgiveness, everything.

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    Bag is a mishmash right now, but playing well so I don’t want to change it...
    Taylormade SIM 10.5* w/ Graphite Design VR-5 (X)
    Callaway X-Hot Pro 17* w/ UST V2 86 (S)
    Ping G 19.5* w/ Ping Tour 80 (X)
    Callaway X-Hot Pro 23* w/ UST VTS Silver 85 (S)
    Ping i210 5-PW w/ Aldila RIP 115 (S)
    Ping Glide 2.0 50*, 55*, 60* w/ Aldila RIP 115 (S)
    Scotty Cameron Toolbox
  • BeerPerHoleBeerPerHole Members  1639WRX Points: 491Posts: 1,639 Platinum Tees
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    Tried these a couple times and love them. i210s are excellent irons.

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    Ping GMax 400, Tour Stiff, 8*
    Mizuno Forged JPX 900 Irons
    A Couple of Ping Glide Wedges
    Ping Anser G Putter
    Ping G400 5-Wood
    Snell MTB-X
    Knee Deep Breaking Bud IPA
  • HOLN1UKHOLN1UK Northern AlabamaMembers  16WRX Points: 68Handicap: 10Posts: 16 Bunkers
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    Went to my fitting, and ordered the i210 4-U w/ AWT 2.0 stiff. Wasn't planning on going with a 4-iron, but I still hit my i3 O-Size 4-iron decent, and never have been as consistent with a hybrid. Unfortunately, or fortunately, they're out of the Glide 2.0 Stealth, so I'll be ordering the 3.0 wedges in a few weeks!

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    Driver: Ping G400 10.5* w/ Pro 65 stiff
    3-wood: Tour Edge Exotics CBX T3 15* w/ HZRDUS Yellow stiff
    5-wood: Mizuno ST180 18* w/ Mitsushiba Tensei CK Blue stiff
    Hybrid: Mizuno CLK 22* w/ Fujikura Speeder EVO HB stiff
    Irons: Ping i210 4-U w/ AWT 2.0 stiff
    Wedges: Ping Glide 3.0 54* & 58* w/ AWT 2.0 Wedge flex
    Putter: Ping TR 1966 Anser2

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  • ALIFALIF ArizonaMembers  2804WRX Points: 365Posts: 2,804 Titanium Tees
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    These irons are amazing. I’ve played 3 rounds in the last 3 days and have never hit that many shots stiff in my life.

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  • dcfasdcfas Capital Region, NY Members  1056WRX Points: 195Posts: 1,056 Platinum Tees
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    Just got a set 4-PW, black dot, all standard with dg 120 s300 shafts. I’m coming from a set of high end jdm so-called neo blades, PRGR’s (Pro Gear). The prgr set replaced a set of MP-14’s, and before that it was WS blades. So, coming from all forged, blade or near blade clubs for the past 40 years.

    These clubs are nearly as soft as my last forged set, and the distance is nearly the same, surprisingly. I expected more distance, and I did get some on poorly hot shots, off of the toe side mainly. I’ve played a 2* flat lie for the last 20 years but decided to keep these standard. As expected I’m finding myself left a bit, maybe as much as about 5 yards on a flushed 6 iron. The shafts feel heavier than my last set, which had Nippon M-43 Spec shafts, and stiffer, which is also an adjustment of course. I’m thinking I will adjust my swing rather than flattening my lie angles, as I have a tendency to swing a bit outside in and this is an opportunity to improve swing path. I’m not a fan of the progressive offset. Don’t like the offset on the 4 and 5 irons, too much. I don’t feel like I can easily fade these, which I like to do sometimes. I also need to see how well I can punch and flight these down, and generally work these clubs. So far they do not seem as workable as I am used to.

    I do like these clubs a lot and will stick with them to see if I can get excellent results and feel. If not I’ll try adjusting. It is apparent they are high quality irons, imho. Right now it’s still early, though. Will report back.

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    Mixed bag includes TM, Mizuno, Ping, Cleveland, and Guerin Rife.

  • WesquireWesquire Members  843WRX Points: 140Posts: 843 Golden Tee
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    Not i210, but I've been using i200 for about 2 years now and couldn't be happier with the feel, performance, and durability. Only change I'd like is for the longer irons to have less offset.

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    Driver - Ping G400 LST 8.5° (Mitsubishi CK Pro Orange 70 TX Tipped 1")
    3 Wood - Ping G 14.5° (PX HZRDUS Black 75g 6.5 Tipped 1.5")
    2 Crossover - Ping G410 17° (PX HZRDUS Black 85g 6.5)
    4-W - Ping i200 (PX 6.5)
    Wedges - Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth 50°/55°/60° (PX 6.5)
    Putter - Directed Force
    Ball - Snell MTB-X
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  • ALIFALIF ArizonaMembers  2804WRX Points: 365Posts: 2,804 Titanium Tees
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    I just love these irons! Everything about them is amazing. They are super forgiving.

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