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Both these offerings are legit. I spent lots of time with both and can't decide which one I like better

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Both these offerings are legit. I spent lots of time with both and can't decide which one I like better

Simple answer.....buy both [emoji41]

 

 

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Simple answer.....buy both [emoji41]

 

 

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Yeah that's a little old school thinking but still somewhat relevant in that maybe going 1000 less is still probably going to work. Something imo to look at these days is the launch angle, peak height and descent angle. Getting those in the right optimal ranges should help “compensate” for the lower spin

Since the lofts of irons vary so much someone smarter than me needs to come up with a formula for spin rate and degrees of loft on the club.  Then it would be much easier to compare clubs even if they have different lofts.  If a blade 7 iron is 35 degrees and spins at 7000 then if another set of irons with a 8 iron of 35 degrees should spin around 7000.  

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Since the lofts of irons vary so much someone smarter than me needs to come up with a formula for spin rate and degrees of loft on the club. Then it would be much easier to compare clubs even if they have different lofts. If a blade 7 iron is 35 degrees and spins at 7000 then if another set of irons with a 8 iron of 35 degrees should spin around 7000.

In theory I think you're right. I don't get to caught up in what the club says on the bottom, they are all over the place. I use the loft as my judge.

 

Soon we will have a 22° 7 iron.

 

There are other characteristics that influence spin and launch.

 

But I chuckle when the claims are longer... of course your 28° 7 iron goes far. That's a 5 iron.

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. I use the loft as my judge.

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I think distance is a better judge. Pick clubs that allow you to set proper gapping. Listened to a TXG video last night and they Made a point that If you only hit driver 200 yards then 14 clubs may be too many. In my C300 testing I was getting more distance than clubs with lower loft. There is really a lot that goes into figuring out what clubs should be in your bag.

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I hit both the i210 and i500 the other day. The i500 went high and straight. It just took off straight up into the air. I definitely didn't get a “soft forged” feel at all though. It felt like a smaller g700. I wasn't as impressed with i210. For me it was just kind of there. In that category, and for a better deal, I think that there are better feeling irons out there.

 

 

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Since the lofts of irons vary so much someone smarter than me needs to come up with a formula for spin rate and degrees of loft on the club. Then it would be much easier to compare clubs even if they have different lofts. If a blade 7 iron is 35 degrees and spins at 7000 then if another set of irons with a 8 iron of 35 degrees should spin around 7000.

Something like that would be nice. Spin is also dependent on person to with how they deliver the club, but I would think within a few hundred rpm av36* would soin the same regardless of the number stamped.

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In theory I think you're right. I don't get to caught up in what the club says on the bottom, they are all over the place. I use the loft as my judge.

 

Soon we will have a 22° 7 iron.

 

There are other characteristics that influence spin and launch.

 

But I chuckle when the claims are longer... of course your 28° 7 iron goes far. That's a 5 iron.

Right, you can't get caught up on the number on the bottom but I don't think loft covers the whole story.

All that really matters is your gapping, distance, and how it is going to react when it hits the green. If I need two 7 irons of different models but still the same loft to gap my bag, I will do that. If I have a blade 7 iron at 35* and a ultra game improvement 7 iron at 35*, the ultra game improvement will launch higher, spin less, and go farther. Thus it will be the same loft but act more like a 6 iron.

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Right, you can't get caught up on the number on the bottom but I don't think loft covers the whole story.

All that really matters is your gapping, distance, and how it is going to react when it hits the green. If I need two 7 irons of different models but still the same loft to gap my bag, I will do that. If I have a blade 7 iron at 35* and a ultra game improvement 7 iron at 35*, the ultra game improvement will launch higher, spin less, and go farther. Thus it will be the same loft but act more like a 6 iron.

 

Yup, spot on, there is a huge amount that goes into this, so no two clubs are comparable based purely off paper.

Shaft dynamics will affect the dynamic loft as you deliver the club to the ball, so two identical heads with different shafts will give different launch, spin and distance results.

Head design has a huge effect, where is the weight located in the head? GI irons have very low weight and will generally launch higher but with less spin, musclebacks will launch lower with more spin and often need more speed to get the same distance.

Loft creates both launch and spin, but the head type and shaft type are both critical factors too. The only way to gap is to get fitted to a set that works for you and then get that gapped properly.

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Tested the G700 at a demo day and when making contact it was like the ball wasn't even there, it just exploded off the face and was long! A lot of fun.

 

Currently playing a used set of Titleist 716 TMB - love the look in the bag and behind the ball, the feel is outstanding and great ball flight; but not forgiving at all.

 

I'd like to test i500 FOR SURE! Looks like they'd match what I love about the TMB with more forgiveness. 

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Had a hit with an I500 7 iron today and oh my goodness it was AWESOME!!

The feel was fantastic, not butter soft but still gave me shivers of delight.😍

The flight was high but very penetrating and they were very easy to shape.

The distance, oh my the distance 😳

I'm not saying I'm in love but I have a serious crush happening 😊

If these come up for testing I will be all over it!!

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Yep, I said the same thing earlier, it must have been in a different thread, as I don't see it in my last post. But that definitely plays into it as well, those are things, I've gathered from Ian at TXG as well as listening to several interviews with Marty Jertson of PING, one of their lead R&D guys, who just happened to recently qualify for the PGA Championship.

I appreciate the ongoing dialogue about this concern and an answer to my question. I'm still not totally satisfied though because no one has addressed the GI thing.

 

We've essentially got 4 categories out there.

 

1. Blades - they still perform fairly similar to always and the 1,000 per loft works as a standard.

 

2. GI - good amount of improvement, high launch but reasonable spin 1,000 below the old standard for spin coupled with higher launch and steeper descent brings reasonable stopping power. So my 7 iron at 5,500 works out okay because it's really a 6 iron and I've always been a low spin player (except with my wedges)

 

3. SGI - jacked lofts, low spin, high launch - needs soft greens to stop.

 

4. Players non-blades - Slightly jacked launch, high launch, steep descent to counter act less spin - i get it but still the clubs in this category are the ones that are standing out for me.

 

I should fit into this category but don't. At least it's making sense as to why my former irons were ricochetting off the firm greens at my course like they were landing on concrete.

 

In the end looks seem to be the benefit in this group. In fact since they spin less than irons in the GI category wouldn't they be more difficult to work? More spin equals greater workability or am I missing something? Looks trump performance or there's something different in the type of spin, like gear effect, that stops the ball from curving when you dial about some curve?

 

I'd like to know more if possible. Thanks

 

 

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I appreciate the ongoing dialogue about this concern and an answer to my question. I'm still not totally satisfied though because no one has addressed the GI thing.

 

We've essentially got 4 categories out there.

 

1. Blades - they still perform fairly similar to always and the 1,000 per loft works as a standard.

 

2. GI - good amount of improvement, high launch but reasonable spin 1,000 below the old standard for spin coupled with higher launch and steeper descent brings reasonable stopping power. So my 7 iron at 5,500 works out okay because it's really a 6 iron and I've always been a low spin player (except with my wedges)

 

3. SGI - jacked lofts, low spin, high launch - needs soft greens to stop.

 

4. Players non-blades - Slightly jacked launch, high launch, steep descent to counter act less spin - i get it but still the clubs in this category are the ones that are standing out for me.

 

I should fit into this category but don't. At least it's making sense as to why my former irons were ricochetting off the firm greens at my course like they were landing on concrete.

 

In the end looks seem to be the benefit in this group. In fact since they spin less than irons in the GI category wouldn't they be more difficult to work? More spin equals greater workability or am I missing something? Looks trump performance or there's something different in the type of spin, like gear effect, that stops the ball from curving when you dial about some curve?

 

I'd like to know more if possible. Thanks

 

 

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Good synopsis in the categories. I don't have any numbers for my p790 fitttng as I didn't want to know them to avoid affecting my swing...only requirement I gave to the Tm rep was that they had the stopping power needs to hold greens.

 

After 7 rounds or so with them now I have no issue holding greens and get very little roll out. Usually it's the ball stopping next to pitch mark with 7-p or maybe some side release for 1-2'. 4-6 i see about 2-3' of rollout max and several times had these sit in it next to pitch mark even on some thin shots

 

I spent a good amount of time with both i210 and i500 the other day and was using the dg 105 and Nippon 105 shaft and was getting a really high peak height but was still seeing the ball not fall out of the sky and what appeared to be the ball just sitting down once it landed. Talking to my normal fitter who gave me the dg105 to test with we thibk those two shafts are causing too much spin. We are going to get together sometime next week to dial them in.

 

I think looks play a key role and I have had no issue working the ball up/down or left/right wit the 790 and left/right with the pings.

 

Imo I don't believe they spin a lot less than the gi and iirc another person I know was seeing roughly that 1000 less than the blade ironx1000 formula

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I appreciate your response Rickybobby and am glad you don't have problems holding the green with your irons.

 

The general data however is pretty clear that the middle irons in the sub blade category do not spin as well as those in the blade or GI category. Proof is in the fact that R and D engineers are talking about it.

 

I suspect that it's because of what they've done to increase distance. But I truly would like to learn more, generally, not from a specific person. I don't know the course conditions that a specific person plays in, without numbers he may honestly believe he's spinning the ball well when all the while he's playing in softer conditions than normal. The greens that I play on are firm in Florida in the summer and very firm the rest of the year. Our pros, including a mini tour guy, have to allow for run out with their middle irons. Spin matters a lot around the greens at my course, no doubt that's why I didn't fare well in the two piece ball challenge.

 

For now I'm happy that guys like this category of irons, I'm happy to have gamed a couple of irons in the category and now know even better why they aren't the best choice for my game.

 

 

 

 

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I really should go demo these sooner rather then later. Anyone here played or used the i e1 irons to compare?

They are my current set and I love them, but would love any insight!

 

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I was also able to hit both of them yesterday at a pro shop near me.  I saw similar things in that the i500's were very long!  The ball fight was very high!  I wasn't using a launch monitor, but I could tell that they didn't seem to have the spin that I'm used to with irons.  I was shocked at the sole width of the i500's.  I was a little nervous about hitting these because I felt like they were closer to a blade.  The forgiveness of these irons are great!  I mishit a few of them and they didn't seem to lose much distance at all.  It was playing like a game improvement iron almost in forgiveness.  I loved how the sound was corrected from the G700's.  

 

Side note: I did hear that Ping didn't want to fill the irons because they didn't want anything interfering with the flex face.  If the irons were filled then the flex face wouldn't work as well.

 

The i210's felt much softer than I remember the i200's.  They felt like a forged iron even though they weren't.  With the i200's, I remember being able to tell they were cast.  Loved the ball flight and the spin off of them.  

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I was also able to hit both of them yesterday at a pro shop near me. I saw similar things in that the i500's were very long! The ball fight was very high! I wasn't using a launch monitor, but I could tell that they didn't seem to have the spin that I'm used to with irons. I was shocked at the sole width of the i500's. I was a little nervous about hitting these because I felt like they were closer to a blade. The forgiveness of these irons are great! I mishit a few of them and they didn't seem to lose much distance at all. It was playing like a game improvement iron almost in forgiveness. I loved how the sound was corrected from the G700's.

 

Side note: I did hear that Ping didn't want to fill the irons because they didn't want anything interfering with the flex face. If the irons were filled then the flex face wouldn't work as well.

 

The i210's felt much softer than I remember the i200's. They felt like a forged iron even though they weren't. With the i200's, I remember being able to tell they were cast. Loved the ball flight and the spin off of them.

I tried a few different shafts in the i500's today. What a difference in feel they make. I have watched /read the txg thread about how the clubhead is the deciding factor and then finding a shaft to fine tune is the path to go. The discussion was about drivers, I am not so sure that it is correct on an iron set.

 

I loved the i500's, i200's and i210's with the Modus 105, switching to the cfs distance and they all felt clicky, trying dg 100's and feel as well as launch numbers became rancid.

 

Then I tried a AP2 with the Modus vs the DG shafts, same. I think I just love the Modus shaft. With iron heads so similar the shaft makes it breaks them for me.

 

Just my experience.

 

Still, on topic, madly in love with the i500's. I swore to wife that the i200's last year were my 7 year clubs.... I wish ping had a good trade in program so I could pretend to justify this.

 

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