I have tried servral clubs from Ping as well as those with other brands. The Ping Rapture V2 Irons grabs me.
The PING Rapture V2 Irons is oversized and designed to offer maximum forgiveness. The face is lightweight titanium while the body is stainless steel. This re-positions weight in the sole of the iron, again in the form of tungsten. Stronger lofts in each iron gives added distance.
The rapture V2 driver got one of the out Gold awards last month - but the irons didnt fare as well. Our duo liked their design but Richard felt his hands often slipped on the grip. They could always be re-gripped though because, after all this is a really forgiving club.
After checking out the forgiveness and dispersion marks. I certainly loved the consistency and I am clearly accurate with 6-iron. I like my Ping Anser Irons very much earlier and they help a lot to my game improvement I think. While now, Ping Anser Forged Irons replace their status in my heart.
I sincerely doubt that there are clubs that are longer. These are really about as hot an iron as I've ever hit. The feel is as close to butter as you will get from a multi-material game improvement club. Don't expect it to feel like a forged club--because it's not. Compared to other game improvement clubs the feel is quite good, the feel is exceptional. Even the popular RBZ irons for sale. I tried before can not give the relaxed and nice feeling.
With Rapture V2, you possess a stainless steel body or cradle that sports extreme perimeter weighting. Along the bottom is a wide sole to prevent turf drag, and tungsten weighting to lower the center of gravity. Attached to the cheap golf clubs is a hot titanium face, which is centered along the cradle and there is a “‘custom tuning port' to stabilize the titanium face." All this sounds far too familiar to anyone who’s been reading ads for irons over the past five-seven years.