Five things you need to know about the G400 iron tech...
1 Undercut top edge
Mass is removed from inside the top edge and relocated lower to have more effect on forgiveness. A thinner top edge also lends itself to flexing at impact, which is part of the reason they deliver on a “higher and further” promise.
2 Elastomer badge
Ping have taken inspiration from the car industry and used a three-piece elastomer badge to dampen vibrations. It means a more pleasing impact sound (think better player iron) and better feedback to your fingers.
3 Hydropearl finish
This lovely finish, which is also on Ping’s iblades and i200s, gives the G400 a real quality look. It also reduces friction with the turf, meaning less lost energy at impact.
4 Refined shaping
A sharper radius on the top edge and more rounding on the low toe area give a tour-inspired shape; something you don’t often hear about a game improvement iron.
5 COR-EYE face tech
COR-EYE technology stiffens up the centre of the face, making it possible to use the club’s leading edge to act like a hinge, increasing face deflection and bounce back.