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Testers Announced: PING G700 Irons

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PING G700 Irons


Big irons done right.


That's how MyGolfSpy described the PING G700 irons when they launched last January. It's a hollow-bodied distance iron with plenty of forgiveness, but looks like it belongs right next to PING's better player offerings, such as the i200 or the iBlade.


Kind of a neat trick, huh?






We're excited about all of the review opportunities we bring you, but there's an extra bit of excitement over the G700. While we know in our heads that it doesn't matter how long you hit your irons as long as you know how long you hit your irons, there's something about hitting a 7-iron Tour player long that's hard to pass up. And from some of our early testing, the PING G700's give you just that - distance combined with forgiveness, feel and accuracy. It's kind of the Grand Slam of irons.


But do they really deliver? That's where you come in. We need 4 of MyGolfSpy's best and brightest to test these puppies out and let us know if the reality lives up to the hype.






This is important, so please follow these instructions carefully:


1. If you haven't already, make sure you're a registered MyGolfSpy Forum member

2. In this thread (and ONLY in this thread - please don't go back to the blog and apply - it won't do you any good!), tell us the following:


- Your first name

- State/Province/Country

- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup

- Your 7-iron distance


This review opportunity is open to any golfer who inhabits the planet Earth, so we're doubly excited about bringing this to you. We'll be announcing the testers in this thread next week, so make sure to check back.


Good luck!



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- QUEENSLAND (The Sunshine State plenty of time for golf down under) AUSTRALIA

- Mizuno JPX EZ - 4 to Gap Wedge Steal Shaft all Stiff flex

- 7 Iron distance 140 meters (154 yards for those on the imperial scale)


- regular golfer tee off in the dark every Sunday with Night Eagle balls.

- back to normal balls once the suns up. 

- Play through the morning from wet greens and drew covered fairways and high humidity to dry fast greens and crisp fairways.


Would be delighted to give you an Aussies point of view on the PINGS...




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