PING i530 Irons

So far in 2024, PING Golf has been quite busy when it comes to irons, but believe it or not, business is about to pick up even more starting today with two new irons joining the fray. First up, things are getting hollow with the PING i530 seeing the brand try to form an even larger presence in the hollow-body players distance style iron. 

PING i530 Irons

PING i530 Irons

Now more than ever, it seems that PING is embracing the realities of golf club design trends and what consumers want. There is no better example of that than the brand evolving their take on the hollow-body clubhead. The i530’s are PING’s effort to create a well machined iron head that uses a 17-4 Stainless Steel body that has a forged maraging steel C300 face to create a profile they believe that even blade lovers will enjoy but offers a lot more firepower. 

PING i530 Irons notch for bending

Internally, the hollow cavity is filled with a polymer which seeks to dampen the feedback while still allowing the face to flex as much as possible, a formula that you are no doubt familiar with by now as most companies have this type of design in their arsenal. For PING, they are touting that the actual 17-4 body design helps the face flex, and it accentuates it by moving the CG to locations where impact occurs on each club. 

PING i530 Irons

The aim here is better feel with higher speed that still offers ample fitting potential. To aid in that, PING is implementing their three-loft configuration option (Standard, Power, Retro) so that launch and flight windows can be optimized for each golfer. The fact that the face flexes more than the i525 is the biggest story, but the aesthetics are sure to be discussed as well with not only a better overall look but a new machining process allowing more consistency than ever from PING. 

The Details

The PING i530 irons will be available in 4-PW and UW in three different loft options. They will come standard with True Temper DG Mid 100/115 or PING Alta CB Black graphite shafts. As always, there are many optional shaft choices available as well. The i530’s will be priced at $205/club for steel and $220/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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