Ping i10 Irons Review, Men’s Custom Golf Set

Green Dot Upright 2.25 Lie Angle

Posted by Jess

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Ping i10 Irons Review Dot. Dot. Dot. Dash. Dash. Dash. Dot. Dot. Dot.

Frankly, that's what my game has been sounding like recently. It doesn't matter if I have a green dot or a pink dot; it's the cry of "S.O.S." every time I've been on the course recently. And the driving range. Heck, they even gave me a calculator the last time I went mini-golfing.

Ping tries to help me. They make amazing irons -- the i10 series being one of the best, and truly a very good iron. What makes Ping unique is their ability to custom fit clubs directly to the golfer. This series that I found is a "green dot" series -- meaning a 2.25 upright lie angle. This angle means the club sits a little more upright than standard clubs (which are designated as a black dot) If you really want the club to lay down and look like a low rider, you can go for a gold dot. ( has a chart for you to see if you're curious.) The i10s have a nice rib structure and a very stable feel, while maintaining a nice thin top rail that looks easier to hit. It has a nice center of gravity and clips the ball up nicely (gulp) when you can hit it right.

Maybe the dots helped me make an excuse. Green just... isn't my color. Yeah, I'll go with that. That's also why I miss fairways. And greens. That's right, green isn't for me. Maybe it's for you though -- try some Pings and various dot colors to find out what works for you.

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