PING Blueprint T & S Irons

PING Blueprint T & S Irons

Embark on a journey of precision and performance with PING's latest offerings, the Blueprint T and Blueprint S irons. Crafted with an unwavering commitment to innovation and craftsmanship, these irons represent the epitome of design excellence. 

PING Blueprint T Irons

Introducing the Blueprint T, a pinnacle of craftsmanship designed for the discerning golfer who demands absolute control and precision on the course. Meticulously engineered with a single-piece, 8620 carbon steel forging, this iron sets the standard for workability, trajectory control, and an unparalleled feel.

The Blueprint T boasts a refined design with a shorter heel-face height, seamlessly integrating the hosel transition into the top rail for a clean, distraction-free appearance at address. The narrow soles of these irons facilitate consistent turf interaction in various conditions, ensuring a level of control that accomplished golfers crave.

While incorporating a slight MOI boost from tungsten toe screws and tip weights, the Blueprint T remains a true forged iron, strategically concentrating mass through the impact zone. This design guarantees a satisfying sound and feel, coupled with the workability to confidently tackle any shot on the course.

Harmonising with the lofts of the Blueprint S and i230 irons, the Blueprint T allows golfers to effortlessly create blended sets within PING’s precision iron offerings. In rigorous tour-player testing, the Blueprint T surpassed previous generations by delivering enhanced ball speed while achieving increased maximum height for superior green-holding performance.

The precision-milled grooves of the Blueprint T further enhance its performance, ensuring the optimal launch and spin desired by players who rely on pinpoint control. 

PING Blueprint S Irons

Crafted through rigorous testing with elite tour professionals, the Blueprint S is the pinnacle of performance, meeting the exacting standards of the world's best players who demand unparalleled control and precision on the course.

Designed with the discerning eye in mind, the Blueprint S features a compact shape characterised by a thin top line and minimal offset. The 8620 carbon steel head showcases a sleek cavity design, marked by a visually striking forged textured pattern and a hydropearl 2.0 chrome finish.

What truly distinguishes this iron family is the innovative split-set construction technology known as "precision pocket forging." This exclusive forging technique, protected by a patent, enables the creation of a pocket within the cavity of the 3, 4, and 5 irons. This strategic pocket saves 10 grams of weight, which is skillfully redistributed to enhance the Moment of Inertia (MOI) and optimise the center of gravity position. The result is a significant boost in both distance and trajectory control.

Taking the performance to the next level, an elastomer insert is discreetly placed within the pocket of the 3-5 irons. This ensures the solid feel and resonant sound expected from a forged players iron, providing a harmonious blend of technology and craftsmanship. For the 6-iron through the pitching wedge, each club is carefully sized and shaped to maximise workability and control.

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