With the G20 irons you’ll hit the ball long but with distance control. Perimeter weighted with a deep cavity design, the 17-4 stainless steel heads are highly forgiving. An elastomer cavity badge provides solid feel and sound while enhancing distance control.

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  • Floating Custom Tuning Port

    The thin face is backed by a floating CTP structure that allows for fast ball speeds and consistent, precise distance control.

  • Clean Appearance

    The hosel-to-head transition inspires confidence at address that the ball will launch easily from any lie.

  • Perimeter Weighting

    Weight saved by thinning the face allowed engineers to redistribute weight to the perimeter and the back flange, which positions the CG low and back to launch the ball higher and longer.

  • Thin Face

    A multi-material cavity badge made with soft elastomer heel and toe sections improves feel and sound.


G20 Specifications

ClubLoftLengthOffsetLieSwing WeightDexterity
Pitching Wedge45.00°35.50"0.18"64.00°D2RH/LH
Utility Wedge50.00°35.50"0.15"64.00°D2RH/LH
Sand Wedge54.00°35.25"0.13"64.25°D4RH/LH
Lob Wedge58.00°35.00"0.10"64.50°D6RH/LH
  • These are design specifications that may vary due to manufacturing tolerances.
  • Lie angle based on Black Color Code at standard length
  • Standard swing weights for graphite-shafted clubs are 1 point lighter than shown


CFS Soft Regular2.2°94gMid High
X-Stiff1.6°114gLow Mid
TFC 169I Ladies2.6°44gHigh
Soft Regular2.5°70gMid High

PING offers a variety of shaft flexes in steel and graphite to meet every golfer's needs and preferences. Selecting the proper shaft flex for your swing will help you get the most distance and accuracy from every shot. Generally, players with faster swing speeds require stiffer shafts to keep the ball trajectory lower, while players with slower swing speeds will require more flexible shafts to produce a higher ball trajectory.

The choice of steel or graphite shafts is usually based on preferences for weight and/or feel. Players seeking a lighter overall weight and/or a softer feel in their irons may prefer graphite shafts, while players who prefer a standard weight club with a firmer feel may prefer steel shafts.

Flex Chart


A soft rubber grip with dog-bone texture that offers enhanced control, the PING ID8 is our standard grip. Available in six color-coded sizes for golfers with different hand sizes.
ID8 Full Cord
Rubber grip with dog-bone texture and soft cord for comfort and control.

PING offers a variety of grip sizes and styles to fit different hand sizes and texture preferences. Since grip size influences your wrist action, and therefore the direction of your shots, it is commonly used by fitters to affect ball flight.

PING color-coded grips are available in six different diameters, and can be further customized with grip tape according to your needs. Once the neutral grip color code has been determined based on hand measurements, golfers may consider smaller diameter grips to help control fades and slices, or larger diameter grips to help control draws and hooks.

Grip Color Code Chart

Forgiveness and accuracy are achieved through extreme perimeter weighting in the 17-4 stainless steel head. A multi-material cavity badge made of soft elastomer improves feel and sound while enhancing distance control, allowing you to play your best golf.

Consistent, precise distance control was achieved by using a thin face backed by a floating CTP structure. Weight in the back flange of the deeply cut, multi-cavity head increases the MOI. Combined with PING’s new CFS steel shaft, the G20 optimizes feel and trajectories.


PING Senior Design Engineer Marty Jertson talks about the game-improvement G20 irons, which will improve your iron play through a solid feel and increased distance with control.