Ping G410 irons review: NCG verdict

I wouldn’t put the G410 in the ‘distance irons’ category like the TaylorMade M6, Wilson D7 or Callaway Big Bertha.

The lofts on the G410 aren’t (too) silly at 30˚ for the 7-iron.

Ping G410 irons review

These irons to me are about consistency and forgiveness.

If you want to hit your irons as far as humanly possible then maybe go for one of the previously mentioned models or the Ping G700 irons.

Or you can even get the G410 in the ‘power spec’ option where the 7-iron loft is cranked to 28.5˚.

But I do worry about the ability to launch the long irons properly when you start de-lofting too much.

Ping G410 irons review

If you want tight dispersion and control but with loads of forgiveness then the Ping G410, as they come, could be the best on the market

I think you will struggle to find a helpful iron that offers looks and performance as good as this.

Ping G410 irons details

SRP: £126 per iron

Available: 4-9, PW, UW, SW, SW

Stock shaft: Ping AWT 2.0

On sale: February 7, 2019

More information can be found on the Ping website.