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PING Men's G Irons

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  • Left
Set Composition: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • #4-UW
  • LW
  • SW
Lie Angle: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • Green 2.0 Upright
    Green 2.0 Upright
  • Yellow 1.50 Upright
    Yellow 1.50 Upright
  • Blue 1.0 Upright
    Blue 1.0 Upright
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  • AWT 2.0 Steel
    AWT 2.0 Steel
  • CFS Graphite
    CFS Graphite
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  • Regular
  • Soft Regular
    Soft Regular
  • Stiff
Orig. $100.00 - $899.00
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PING Men's G Golf Irons

Stopping Power With Serious Forgiveness

PING’s G irons deliver all of the performance advantages of game-improvement irons, most notably more distance, higher launch angles, and maximum forgiveness, while packaging those attributes in a design that has the look of a players club. By connecting the G’s Custom Tuning Port to the sole, a deeper center of gravity was created, leading to higher launch and increased MOI. COR-Eye Technology, meanwhile, delivers the faster ball speeds that equate to more distance. That said, the G features a fairly compact profile and minimal offset, as well as a thinner topline and sole, all of which combine to give the club a streamlined look at address. Also of note, the AWT 2.0 shafts that come stock in the G irons have added performance benefits. In the longer irons, the shafts are lighter to create higher launch angles and more distance, while the shafts in the shorter irons are heavier to promote better control, both in terms of trajectory and distance.


Set Composition 4 Iron - 50° Wedge
Available Separately Lob Wedge • Sand Wedge
Grip PING 5L
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for premium shaft/grip options

Ideal For:

A wide variety of golfers with multiple playing profiles. Mid- and high-handicappers who are in need of more distance and higher launch to improve their iron play with love how the G irons perform. But low-handicappers who value a clean, compact clubhead will also appreciate the way the G irons look at address, especially when factoring in how forgiving these clubs are. In short, the G will end up in a lot of bags and the bags of very different types of players.

COR Eye Technology

This technology activates the sole, top rail, and face at the same time for increased flex and a hotter clubface that generates more distance.

COR Eye Technology

Heat Treated 17-4 Alloy

A specialized heating process creates a material for the face that is 40 percent stronger than regular 17-4 stainless steel, which enables a thinner, more stable clubface. The result is faster ball speeds across the face and optimal launch.

Heat Treated 17-4 Alloy

Dampening Badge

An enlarged cavity badge works in unison with COR-Eye Technology to optimize sound and feel at impact.

What They're Saying...

“We’ve very excited with the new G iron. What we’ve done with the design has been able to to deliver forgiveness and a lot of the distance to the golfer through a number of different features.”

Ryan Stokke, PING Design Engineering Manager

What Players Like You Are Saying...

“It was really that soft feel and how the ball honestly jumped off the clubface. It’s got me in the market for buying a new set of clubs.”

TGW customer Anthony, 12 handicap, live testing at PING, 3/7/16

PING G Irons
Club Loft Length Lie (Yellow) Offset Swing Weight
#4 21° 38.88" 60.56° 0.29” D0
#5 24° 38.25" 61.50° 0.26” D0
#6 27°


62.44° 0.23” D0
#7 30.5° 37" 63.38° 0.20” D0
#8 35° 36.5" 64.13° 0.18” D0
#9 40° 36" 64.88° 0.16” D0
PW 45° 35.5" 65.50° 0.14” D2
UW 50° 35.5" 65.50° 0.12” D2
SW 54° 35.25" 65.75° 0.10” D3
LW 58° 35" 66° 0.08” D4

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  • Top Rated: 4.8
  • 4 Iron: 21° Loft | 38.88" Length | 60.56° Lie | 0.29" Offset | D0 Swing Weight
  • 5 Iron: 24° Loft | 38.25" Length | 61.5° Lie | 0.26" Offset | D0 Swing Weights
  • 6 Iron: 27° Loft | 37.63" Length | 62.44° Lie | 0.23" Offset | D0 Swing Weight
  • 7 Iron: 30.5° Loft | 37" Length | 63.38° Lie | 0.20" Offset | D0 Swing Weight
  • 8 Iron: 35° Loft | 36.5" Length | 64.13° Lie | 0.18" Offset | D0 Swing Weight
  • 9 Iron: 40° Loft | 36" Length | 64.88° Lie | 0.16" Offset | D0 Swing Weight
  • Pitching Wedge: 45° Loft | 35.5" Length | 65.5° Lie | 0.14" Offset | D2 Swing Weight
  • Gap Wedge: 50° Loft | 35.5" Length | 65.5° Lie | 0.12" Offset | D2 Swing Weight
  • Sand Wedge: 54° Loft | 35.25" Length | 65.75° Lie | 0.10" Offset | D3 Swing Weight
  • Lob Wedge: 58° Loft | 35" Length | 66° Lie | 0.08" Offset | D4 Swing Weight
  • Gender: Men's
  • Grip: PING 5L
  • Type: Irons & Iron Sets
PING Men's G Irons Yellow 1.50 Upright LW CFS Graphite is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 52.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hit 2 Aces In My First Year With These! I played Tommy Armour 845 Oversize irons for my first 5 years into golf. I got myself down to about a 13 handicap but I was really lacking distance because of how poor the technology in the clubs were. I decided to upgrade to Ping G's. I went from hitting 8 irons from 135 yards to 165 yards within a season and I also aced 2 holes with my 9 iron by the end of the golf season here in Maine. Im now down to a 8 handicap thanks to my new irons! Thanks Ping!
Date published: 2019-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Iron. But This is my 4th set of Ping irons. I've been playing these for 3 seasons now and they are a very forgiving. My only issue is that the elastomer inserts keep falling out. Ping repaces them at no charge. But, I'm without iron(s) for around a week. I've has the 6 iron insert fall out 3 times and the 5 iron once.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sound on mishits is awful I have the 5-9 iron of this and I started slowly, just getting the 5 iron to test it out, and it took me a long time to realize that the really bad clack sound was a mishit. I ended up buying the rest of the set, mostly because I felt invested in them at that point, but compared to my old i3+ irons, these feel like a step down from them. I'll probably play them for at least 3 or 4 more years, mostly because I am cheap, but when I come across something newer that has a better sound and feel on mishits, and definitely on pure shots, I just might pull the trigger.
Date published: 2018-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Feel, Forgiveness I've played Ping G's for two years now. I don't play as much as I used to, but these irons help make up for my lack of practice. Very forgiving, nice feel and the hot face helps make up for distance lost due to my swing speed having slowed over the years. Still enjoy playing from the back tees.
Date published: 2018-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Accuracy with Distance My G irons are fitted with Nippon N.S. Pro shafts. My handicap is 12 because limited time to play. Yet, these G irons make golf easier since it’s so accurate with a smooth & buttery feel. I gained about 10-12 yards of distance yet the balls stops on the greens. I can hit draws and fades but ball flight always hight. Highly recommend the G irons for those better players who don’t have time to practice at the driving range.
Date published: 2018-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to hit, not bad looking Fantastic GI irons. Very forgiving, not shovels. Handsome matt gunmetal grey finish
Date published: 2018-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ping does it again picked up the G irons with Nippon pro modus3 shaft before a golf trip this past weekend. I was throwing darts all day Saturday and Sunday. These clubs are super forgiving and smooth as butter with the nippon shaft. I’ve played G15, G30, and now G irons and these are my favorite by far. I did notice an increase in distance, about 10-15 yards further than my G30 so I spent the Friday round getting acquainted. Could be due to shaft as I previously played S300.
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No club is better These irons hit a home run for Ping. As forgiving as the most forgiving clubs bit in a much sleeker pkg. I working in retail golf fitting customers. Customers preferred these sticks over higher priced clubs. Take a close look at them and you will buy them. Ping’s quality standards are the highest in golf.
Date published: 2018-08-31
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I have a G30 set 5 thru PW and would like a UW to match them. Green Dot Graphite senior sfft

Asked by: DeVere Nelson
You can buy individual irons by using the Enter Custom Specs tab located above the photo of the iron. Any time that tab appears, you can customize your club order and order individual irons. Please note that these are the PING G irons, the PING G30 irons are available at this link: https://www.tgw.com/ping-mens-g30-irons
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-06-19

do they have combo sets 4,5,6, hybrid 7thru a

Asked by: mrtres
They have sets of 4,56,7,8,9,U (utility wedge). I added via custom order a sand and lob wedge 54 and 58 degrees. I love these clubs! 
Answered by: JJEM
Date published: 2016-12-20

is the pitching wedge available separately

Asked by: kg96
You can order a pitching wedge separately by using the tab labeled Enter Custom Specs located above the photo of the club.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-07-19

what is lie angle? i am a 16 handicapper, 63 yrs old and plays at least once a week. thank you  

Asked by: aranda
Lie angle is the angle between the ground and the center of the shaft when the club is placed in playing position with the sole on the ground. If the lie angle is too flat, the toe of the iron points down and can cause you to push shots to the right. If the lie angle is too upright, the toe of the iron points up and can cause you to pull shots to the left.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-04-30

can you get steel pw-5 irons and grafide rescue 4and3

Asked by: jim oc
If you use the Enter Custom Specs tab at the top of this page, above the photo of the club, you can select only the irons you want to include in your set. The hybrids can be found at this link: https://www.tgw.com/golf-clubs/shop-all-golf-club-brands/ping-golf-clubs/ping-mens-g-hybrid
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-04-10

what,s the lie angle about

Asked by: lplgreg
Lie angle is the angle between the ground and the center of the shaft when the club is placed in playing position with the sole on the ground. If the lie angle is too flat, the toe of the iron points down and can cause you to push shots to the right. If the lie angle is too upright, the toe of the iron points up and can cause you to pull shots to the left.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-06-08

being a senior what's best for me the G or I series Irons?

Asked by: Ragmop
I did check on this and went over it with one of our golf pros. The best choice for you will depend on your handicap. The G series tends to be more forgiving and will help to get the ball up more. However, if you are a low handicap player, the I series would be a great set.
Answered by: TGW_Kristin
Date published: 2016-07-22

The ping 90 day 100% guarantee on ping custom fit irons-is this a TGW special or a Ping offer?

Asked by: Bogemstr
This is something offered by TGW thank you for your question!
Answered by: TGW_Erison
Date published: 2016-06-02
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