I've always been a Ping iron advocate. I've played ISI-K and G2's for many years. About 6 months ago, I decided to go all out and get their top of the line irons. So, I bought Ping Rapture V2 Irons australia.
The Rapture V2 irons australia relies on multi-metal technology to launch the ball longer, higher and with more accuracy. A dense tungsten sole weight positions the center of gravity low and away from the face to optimize the launch conditions. An innovation made possible by the lightweight titanium face that frees weight for where it’s needed most—low and on the perimeter.
These clubs hit like a brick with no feel. Even more so, I just couldn't get over the huge size of the head. The sole width is extremely wide and it gave me the impression I was hitting a hybrid on every shot. From my evaluation of Ping clubs, it seems the super sole width started with the Ping Anser Forged Irons australia. The Rapture V2's played nothing like my Ping G15 irons australia and I regretted ever trading them in for these shovels.
Four times a runner-up on the European Tour, Oosthuizen battled nerves coming down the stretch but prevailed to win by three at the event hosted by fellow Ping pro Miguel Angel Jimenez. His final round 67 on the Parador de Malaga Golf course lifted him to 17-under-par for the week.
This shaft line is engineered with ultra lightweight materials and features progressive weight, flex point and torque profiles for each flex designed to maximize the performance for its expected player profile. The design features combine to create a shaft line that delivers higher club head speed, optimal launch conditions and enhanced control, consistency and feel for golfers of all skill levels.
What I can deduce from 18 holes and range time is that these clubs perform splendidly for a man of my high standards. The titanium face, coupled a beautiful clubhead with the highest standards in fit and finish, feels like no other.