Designed for the skilled golfer emphasizing control and precision, the PING Blueprint T Irons present a single-piece, 8620 carbon steel forging prioritising workability, trajectory control, and exceptional feel. A shorter heel-face height seamlessly integrates the hosel transition into the top rail, ensuring a clean, distraction-free appearance at address.
The narrow sole on the PING Blueprint Golf Iron facilitates consistent turf interaction across varying conditions. Apart from the slight MOI enhancement from tungsten toe screw and tip weights, it stands as a purely forged Iron set, concentrating mass through the impact zone for a pleasing sound and feel, coupled with the versatility to handle any shot.
The lofts on the Blueprint T model harmonise with Blueprint S and i230 Irons, allowing golfers to create blended sets within PING's precision iron offerings. In tour-player trials, Blueprint T showcased increased ball speed compared to previous generations while elevating max height for improved green-holding performance. Precision-milled grooves guarantee the desired launch and spin for players reliant on pinpoint control.
After extensive testing with top tour pros to enhance PING's forged irons, Blueprint T refines the original Blueprint. Favoured by many elite tour staffers, it offers the desired look and feel of a compact, muscle-back style iron.
Precision-milled face and grooves, along with the Hydropearl 2.0 chrome finish, deliver the desired launch and spin for pinpoint control. In tour-player testing, Blueprint T Irons exhibited higher ball speed than prior generations, enhancing max height for improved green-holding performance.
The Blueprint T Irons are purely forged, aside from tungsten toe screw and tip weights for swingweight control and a slight MOI boost. Concentrated mass through the impact zone guarantees a pleasing sound and feel, coupled with workability. Narrow soles ensure consistent turf interaction and performance in all conditions.
Refinements include a shorter heel-face height for a seamless hosel transition, resulting in a clean appearance. This brings less offset, a shorter blade length, and a thin topline.