PING G730 Irons

While they have been known about for a while now, today PING Golf makes it official that their newest G-Series iron release is joining the family. Yet another piece to the puzzle when it comes to the plethora of 2024 iron releases from PING, the G730 seeks to tie things together in a bow by being the brands most easy to hit iron in their arsenal. 

PING G730 Irons

PING G730 Irons

Although we are actively seeing PING attempting to reposition themselves in the market as a company that is on the leading edge of innovation, their historical roots are very much about making golf more enjoyable through forgiveness. That is what the G-Series has always been about, and with the new G730 irons, distance, launch, and forgiveness are front and center. 

PING G730 Irons Toe weight

The main goal here was to increase ball speed, as if you could nitpick one thing in the previous G -iron releases, that might be it. To do that, hyper 17-4 Stainless Steel was put through an advanced heat treatment to increase durability which allowed for a bigger face that is also thinner than before. That added flexibility has increased the speed potential significantly, according to PING. 

By adding a larger face, they have also increased the confidence over the ball for the target golfer of the G730’s. However, they wanted to manage the sound/feel as well so a new PurFlex cavity badge has been implemented so that its multiple flex zones control the face flexion as well as the feedback. Combined with the face change is a wider sole, lower CG, higher MOI, and more offset. Again, the name of the game is ease of launch and maximum playability. 

The Details

The new PING G730 irons will be available in 5-PW with UW, 50, and 56 also an option. The irons will be offered in all three loft options (Standard, Power Spec, Retro Spec) for more detailed fitting potential, but the standard lofts themselves have been optimized more than ever for proper gapping throughout by PING. The stock shaft options are True Temper DG Mid 100/115 or PING Alta CB Black graphite shafts with many additional shaft choices available as well. The G730’s will be priced at $185/club for steel and $200/club for graphite. 

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James Miles
James is a staff writer for The Hackers Paradise along with being a professional educator. With his background in education James seeks to broaden his own knowledge while also sharing it with all those who share his passion for the game.
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