Break par using ONLY irons? | Ping G710 review

In this video PGA Professional Rick Shiels heads out to The Marriott Worsley Park Golf & Country Club to play golf with irons only!

Rick uses the brand new Ping Golf G710 irons and tests them for distance, forgiveness, feel, looks and even durability.

Ping Golf are renowned for their Golf drivers, golf irons, golf wedges & golf putters and have players on The PGA Tour & The European Tour. In this video you will find out exactly what Rick things about the new Ping G710. Will they help you to lower your handicap? Help you to increase your distances or even help to lower your golf scores?


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14 thoughts on “Break par using ONLY irons? | Ping G710 review

  1. Gotta love the denying of reality, and trying to prove you’re something you’re not. Sorry rick but yes those chunky cavity backs do indeed suit you. The only people they don’t suit are your professionals. Those are also they only people who should play blades. Anyone else who plays with blades are just trying to be something they’re not

  2. I bought them 2nd hand from a friend with a 40g reg shaft. They're great on the range hitting them from the mat, (They go miles) but I just can't hit them off the grass. Do you have any ideas how to put this right?

  3. You did show us the lofts, and then played a bump and run with an 8 iron, knowing full well you were playing it with a “7iron” and it ran 8 foot past. I’d say that’s exactly what you asked of it

  4. The only problem with that wear and tear test is that people wipe there clubs in between shots. I don’t think he wiped it which could’ve helped it damage

  5. I'm a low handicapper that plays Callaway Epic Forged. I recently hit the G710 and loved them. They feel great, look great and are forgiving. High handicap or low, it doesn't matter to me. I am a straight ball hitter. I would need to hit them on the course.

  6. I think you should see if you can shoot PAR for 18 holes and if you go under PAR is a bonus. Unless the course you are playing is super easy and not allot of long holes.

  7. Manufacturers need to start using TiN coatings if they want to offer black finish irons and wedges and charge the consumer accordingly. Who wants ugly clubs after a single round of golf?

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