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I can honestly say that the 2 models that I hit the best are the G15 and G I know I know Prefer rbz st 2 which is odd The g25 looks like cc head Nice club very easy to hit produces good ball flight. Pretty smooth feel and very straight. I just laughed and hit it to about 6 feet. I’ve got a 3 and 4 – sooo easy to hit, very consistent distance as well.
Yeah, wearing hats indoors bothers me much more than not taking it off to shake.
I had a G20 27 degree hybrid in my bag which I have been hitting well with good flight so I thought I would replace my quite old 4 hybrid. The time now is By bigoakJuly 24, in Golf Talk. I like the idea of the black tour launch shaft, but Mark Crossfield uses the normal red shaft in his and he marm like he’s pretty good.
I have owned every Ping hyrids in the past few years except the newest one. Very pleased with club-more confident with it as it is easier to hit than low iron. Started by Doc McstuffinsMar 07 Excellent service; club arrived as advised.
Works well with a full swing or choke down swing. I thought the quality was better than a 7. So my question is – what crossfiled you do with the G25s that you hope to do with an “upgraded” club?
Ping G25 or Taylormade RBZ Stage 2
So in essence chuffed with my purchase Was this review helpful? I play the i25 quite comfortably at a 12 or so handicap.
So in essence chuffed with my purchase. Are you a “serious” golfer or do you play golf more for fun ctossfield enjoyment? Has anyone moved from up from the G to the i series?
Posted July 16, Mqrk 27 March – I purchased G20 irons a couple of years ago but have not been satisfied with my hitting of the 5 iron. Well never say never Loved the look and easy to hit.
Ping G25 or Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 – Golf Equipment – Forums
Having purchased the ping G20 23 degree and finding how well I could play this club the next move was to replace long irons with. My long approach shots have improved to the point that if the result is not on the green, its very close to it.
I think they are one of the best “transitional” irons, and can be played by a wide range of golfers, but they definitely are more punishing on bad days. What Do You Do for a Living? You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. And yes, I missed the putt. I loooove the look of the G25, and I ling rec all it hit well “But please consider the x hot and razr fit extreme too…” Thanks dave, will have a look then, I did try the x hot at the Moore Park golf expo, it was a nice club, but then I crrossfield a bit overwhelmed with all the choice, and they all seemed to melt into each other