TaylorMade SLDR Irons VS Ping G30 Irons

When you see this title, you may think there is no doubt to make a choice between these 2 iron sets. Yes, I know that they are under 2 different brands, and most people would select the G30 since it was released in 2014. However, I do not think so. TaylorMade SLDR Irons for sale are now also very hot either on market or online store. Different people must have different requests on choosing golf clubs online.

Early this month, I got a set of ping golf clubs from my colleague by chance. At first, I do not wish to use the clubs, but I still accepted his good intention as with polite. However, I use them one day after my taylormade golf clubs for sale being out for repairing. I felt so good. Yes, it is the G30 set. The Ping G30 Ironsfor sale feature advancements and additional technology to offer added distance as well as forgiveness and improved consistency through the entire set. Here we reveal pictures and give you all the info you need.


The solution to poor gapping in the Ping G30 Irons are achieved thanks to carefully selected length and loft combinations through the set and a custom tuning port that sits lower down and supports a thin face to generate faster ball speeds. And the centre of gravity on the Ping G30 irons is positioned low and back to make it easier to launch the ball. The blade lengths are longer in the G30 Irons for sale than the Ping G25 Irons for sale while progressive offset makes the long irons more forgiving and the shorter clubs easier to control.

Additionally, Ping G30 Irons feature an improved sole design, which includes a softer lead edge radius and is made to perform regardless of the angle of attack, while the cavity badge improves the feel and sound. The taylormade sldr irons feature a classic clubhead in terms of shape, size and finish, and should offer more distance and yardage consistency thanks to an improved Speed Pocket.

The TaylorMade SLDR Irons‘Speed Pocket is characterised by a 2mm-wide slot cut high up behind the clubface. This slot enables a large area of the face to flex and rebound at impact, resulting in faster ball speeds, a higher launch angle, strong ball flight and a steeper, quick stopping descent angle.


In addition, ThruSlot Technology promotes a higher ball flight, longer carry distances and more consistent gapping between irons than the older version found in the SpeedBlade and RocketBladez irons, as demonstrated right. The SLDR Irons‘ sound and feel benefit from a vibration-dampening system that includes the polymer that fills the Speed Pocket and a shock-absorbing badge positioned in the cavity.

Finally, If you ask me which one is better, it is really hard to see. Each set has its advantages. Both of them nake me feel excellently on golf performing. However, if you are now having problem on selecting one between the g30 irons and sldr irons, I can give you some suggestions. Personally speaking, if you are player who aim at distance, TaylorMade SLDR Irons would be your first choice. However, if you look for a set of irons with much forgiveness, Ping G30 Irons for sale might be better for you.

Ping G30 Irons VS Ping G25 Irons

As golf players, we always like to compare one golf club with another to find the difference and advantages. I have played with Ping G25 Driver, irons and 30 irons and loved them. The G2 irons 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 for sale 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 online provide a solid feel at impact.

Ping G25 Irons are more compact than the old 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 for sale 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.

In a word, I want to say that I can forsee myself getting better with the Ping G25 for sale 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.

You Shall Never Miss the Ping G30 Irons

When it comes to long clubs, TaylorMade is surely to be on the glorious list. But today, I want to talk about the Ping clubs.  Ping also never let us down no matter in drivers, woods or irons. Almost all the Ping designs succeed without any doubt. In 2014, Ping go ahead with its new but unforgetable products especially the Ping G30 Irons.

In 2014, G30 driver’s success would motivate Ping  to produce an iron line under that same name. That’s why Ping G30 Irons come out very naturally. But technicians there insist the move was borne of more than good marketing sense and that these clubs are the best irons the company has ever made.

And several technologies were applied to produce the new G30 Irons. For starters, they employed the precision weighting port first used with the Ping G25 Irons  to ensure that the Center of Gravity in the new G30 was located in exactly the right position in each club as they also made swingweight uniform.

Then, they added ultrathin face construction, which increased the COR in the middle and longer G30 to promote faster ball speed and distance. The new sticks also took on the manufacturer’s Inverted Cone technology, which creates a bigger sweetspot in an effort to bolster distance on off-center hits.

Simultaneously, Ping gave the G30 what it describes as progres csive shaping, making the longer irons more forgiving and the shorter ones more compact. They committed to develop top lines that blended into the hosels for what they feel is the best possible look at address.


In addition, they created a “multi-functional sole” for the R11, with those of the short and midirons being moderately thin – and the leading edges moderately sharp – so the G30 could enter and exit turf more quickly and smoothly, and be more playable from a variety of lies.

As for the longer irons, Ping engineers gave the new Ping G30 Irons wider soles to pull the CG lower for easier and higher launches as they increased Moment of Inertia (MOI) for enhanced forgiveness and stability.

Moreover, the clubmakers incorporated an aluminum badge in the cavity of all G30to absorb sound and vibration in an effort to improve acoustics and feel at impact, which can not be found in other old Ping irons, like the Anser irons.

In a word, Ping is always doing what right and technological. They aim at producing each high-performance Ping G30 Driver that has the clean shape and refinement better golfers prefer. Being a world famous golf brand, TaylorMade is always keeping in innovation without stopping for a rest.

Ping G25 Irons Come with Special Design

Recently, one of my friends is hesitating between Ping G20 and Ping G25 Irons. He is going to change the whole set to a new set of Ping clubs. But when it comes to the iron set, he cannot decide by himself. So, he asked me for some advices. I think he will know which to buy after reading the chapter below.

Many people may not know that the Phoenix-based equipment maker has created something special with its G25 irons line, which was released Jan. 1 and offers multi-metal technology in a progressive set design. This design makes Ping G25 Irons different from other ping clubs.

The long irons are slightly larger and launch higher, he says, thanks to a vertical Custom Tuning Port that allowed Ping to position the Center of Gravity a bit farther back in this model as opposed to its predecessor, the G15. But they worked to make sure that as we transitioned to the short irons, which have a thinner top line and a shorter toe-to-heel length, they also kept shots at the right trajectory.

A tungsten toe weighting system in the 17-4 stainless steel heads of the G25 enhances forgiveness throughout the set and makes it easier for players to shape and control shots, Schweigert adds, while stabilizing bars work with a slightly thicker clubface to bolster distance control and feel.


Moreover, the Ping G25 Irons come in a progressive set configuration, with the long irons boasting larger clubheads and the short irons more compact clubheads. The long irons launch higher and provide more forgiveness, while the short irons have less offset and focus more on control.

The clubheads are stainless steel, with tungtsen weights in the toes, another nod to forgiveness. Distance control was a design goal in the set, Ping says, and thicker faces and stabilizer bars help in that area. The G25 Irons have a low-glare, satin chrome finish.

In addition, each of the G25  irons comes with what Schweigert calls a “foggy chrome” finish and ferrule for a cleaner, more high-performance look. While they will sit in the Ping line between the S56 and G20 models, they are designed to appeal to golfers of all abilities.

However, this article is not stating how nice Ping G25 is. I just want you to know where the difference is. It is important to find the most suitable clubs for golf playing. I want to let my friend know which is the best club for him. I hope he will not regret about his choice of these clubs.