I have played with Ping G25 driver, irons and 30 irons and loved them. The G25s are awesome when it comes to hitting greens. I seem to lose distance with the longer irons but my dispersion pattern is very good. As senior golfer I love the weight of the shafts.
Ping G30 irons - which form part of Ping's new G30 range of woods, hybrids and irons - are designed to offer increased distance, forgiveness and consistency. It gets shorter from 4-iron through to lob wedge, with progressive offset making long irons more forgiving and shorter clubs easier to control.
The G30 irons boast an undercut cavity, which helps to lower the centre of gravity, facilitating improved launched conditions and increased forgiveness. The Custom Tuning Port – which also helps move the centre of gravity lower and further back – sits low down on the irons, which are, as a consequence, able to support a thinner face and generate faster ball speeds. Both the CTP and the undercut cavity help to ensure the Ping G30 irons provide a solid feel at impact.
Ping G25 irons are more compact than the Ping G20 irons in every way — especially the short irons, which our reviewer called “downright svelte looking.” But despite the smaller size, Ping managed to make the G25 irons longer and more forgiving. The long irons also fly higher than previous models, and do so without adding too much spin.
Well, Ping made the faces of the G25 irons thinner. That didn’t necessarily make the faces any springier, but what it did do was free up a few extra grams of weight for Ping to sprinkle around the cavity, which makes the club more stable on off-center strikes to make those shots fly close to the same distance as solid hits.
All I can say is, I can forsee myself getting better with the G25 as there is an increase in distance as before. I would recommend this for people who want more distance. The feel is pretty good too.