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PING Mens G400 Irons

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    AWT 2.0 Steel
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PING Mens G400 Irons

More Distance, Higher Launch, Equal More Enjoyment

Through the years, G-series irons from PING have garnered a reputation for giving golfers incredible playability and impressive forgiveness, and that’s something that will not be changing with the new G400 irons. In fact, the new G400 irons are arguably the most player friendly G-series irons that PING has ever created, which is lofty praise. Most notably, these are irons that offer incredible distance and launch conditions while still delivering the spin rates that players need to stop the ball on the green. Combining to make that distance possible are PING’s COR-Eye Technology and a new Toprail Undercut Cavity, which work in unison to help the clubface flex more at impact for increased ball speed and higher launch. Additionally, thanks to the use of Hyper 17-4 Stainless Steel, the G400’s clubface is 40 percent thinner when compared to the G iron, which also contributes to ball speed increases. Also of note, a concealed Custom Tuning Port has been implemented into the design to increase perimeter weighting for enhanced forgiveness, while a full cavity badge produces improved acoustics and feel at impact. And finally, the G400’s Hydropearl chrome finish, in addition to offering elegant aesthetics, provides 40 percent less friction to deliver more consistent results in wet conditions or from difficult lies in the rough. The stock shaft options for the G400 irons are the AWT 2.0 steel or the lightweight Alta CB graphite. PING, however, is offering several popular aftermarket shafts at no upcharge to fit the needs of players who need a different shaft profile.


Stock Shaft AWT 2.0 steel, Alta CB graphite
Stock Grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Players of all ability levels. The new G400 irons offer something for just about every golfer. They’re long, they offer incredible launch conditions, and they’re forgiving, performance attributes that will appeal to higher-handicap players. That said, while they have slightly more offset and thicker toplines than PING’s i-series offerings, the G400 irons at address have a clean, classic shape that will appeal to some better players as well. All said, this is an iron that is likely to be played by a wide array of golfers from an ability standpoint.

PING G400 Irons Product Video

PING’s Marty Jertson speaks with TGW about the new G400 irons.

COR-Eye Technology

Contributes to higher ball speeds and increased launch angles to help players stop the ball on the green more easily.

Toprail Undercut Cavity

Works in unison with COR-Eye technology to enable the clubface to flex 18 percent more than the G iron, which leads to increased distance.

Hyper 17-4 Stainless Steel

Lightweight material allows for a clubface that’s 40 percent thinner, which helps produce faster ball speeds.

What They're Saying ...

“Our G (series) iron, we like to think of it as a game-enjoyment iron. This iron is a lot of fun to hit, and there’s a lot to this iron. What we’re out to produce with this product is an iron that goes high, goes far, and gives you a lot of stopping power, but also feels really good for a distance-minded iron. That’s a really unique combination.”

Marty Jertson, PING Director of Product Development

“We’ve saved weight from the face; the iron is higher inertia by about four or five percent compared to the G, so it has tons of stability. But you look at it in the playing position and a lot of players look down and think this is an i-series iron. The iron still has size to it but it looks very clean and very inspirational in the playing position. This iron is going to have a very broad appeal to it.”

Marty Jertson, PING Director of Product Development

PING Mens G400 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle (Black) Offset Swing Weight
#4 20.5° 38.875" 59.63° 0.29 D0
#5 23.5° 38.25" 60.1° 0.26 D0
#6 26.5° 37.625" 61.1° 0.23 D0
#7 30° 37" 62° 0.20 D0
#8 34.5° 36.5" 62.8° 0.18 D0
#9 39.5° 36" 63.5° 0.16 D0.5
PW 44.5° 35.5" 64.1° 0.13 D2
UW 49.5° 35.5" 64.1° 0.11 D2
SW 54° 35.25" 64.4° 0.09 D3
LW 58° 35" 64.6° 0.08 D4
PING Mens G400 Irons Shaft Information
AWT 2.0 steel
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Regular 98g 1.6 Mid-to-high
Stiff 104g 1.5 Mid
Extra Stiff 119g 1.3 Low-to-mid
Alta CB graphite
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Soft Regular 66g High Mid-to-high
Regular 72g Mid Mid-to-high
Stiff 83g Mid Mid

PING G400 Irons Shaft Options

PING’s Marty Jertson talks about some of the shaft options for the new G400 irons.