The new generation of Ping i200 irons have a 30% thinner face than their predecessors. So, you can achieve faster hits and longer distances with these irons. To understand the clubs better, you need to take a closer look at the Ping i200 loft chart.
I will present you with the new loft chart, where you will also find the lie angles, bounces, offsets, and other specifications of the Ping i200 irons. These details will help you manage your expectations about each club and give you a clear idea of how the clubs will perform. Let’s get started.
Check the following chart, which contains a lot of information about Ping i200 clubs. I will go into the details shortly.
|Power Spec Loft
Here is a detailed explanation of the loft and other specifications of different clubs.
The 3-Iron has the lowest loft angle among all i200 clubs. With a low loft angle of 19.0°, the lift of the ball will also be low. It comes with the same loft in the power spec.
Its lie angle is 60.0°, which is lower than other clubs. So, the club is suitable for players who don’t have a steep angle of attack. With the highest offset among the clubs, you get more time to correct your clubface at impact.
Ping i200 4-Iron has different loft angles for normal spec and power spec. In the normal spec, it comes with a loft angle of 22.5°. But the power spec has a lower loft. The length of the club is half an inch shorter than the previous club.
With a greater lie angle and bounce but a shorter offset than the 3-Iron, it will be slightly less forgiving.
The loft increases by 3.5° in the 5-Iron. It has a loft angle of 26.0° in the normal spec. But the power spec loft angle is 25.0°, so there will be a difference in the flight distance of the ball.
With more bounce and lie angle, you may need to adjust the steepness of your attack. The offset of this club is close to the 4-Iron, so you will get a similar time to square your clubface.
In the 6-Iron, the normal spec comes with a loft angle of 29.5°. The power spec loft angle is noticeably lower at 28.0°. So, the lift and flight distance of the ball will be higher than the 5-Iron.
The offset is about half of the 5-Iron, so you would get less time to correct your clubface at impact. It has an offset of 0.09” with a bounce of 9.0°. The lie angle is 63.0° on this club.
As the clubs are getting shorter, the loft angle is getting higher. The 7-Iron has a loft angle of 37.0° for the normal spec. In the power spec, the loft angle is 35.5°. So, the ball will achieve a longer and higher trajectory.
The lie angle of this club remains the same as the previous one. Its offset and bounce are also the same as the 6-Iron. So, both clubs will require the same swing adjustments.
Ping i200 8-Iron has a loft angle of 37.0° in the normal spec. For the power spec, the loft angle is 35.5°. With a higher loft angle than the previous irons, balls will travel higher and further.
The bounce and lie angle increases in this club, so you need more adjustments. It has a lower offset than the 7-Iron, so more adjustments are required here.
It is 36 inches in length and has a loft angle of 41.0° for the normal spec. The power spec comes with a loft angle of 40.0°. With a 4° greater loft angle than the 8-Iron, you can drive the ball further away. But the shorter length will balance the distance a bit.
The bounce and the lie angle of this club are higher at 11.5° and 64.5°, respectively. And the offset is lower than the 8-Iron at 0.05”.
Ping i200 pitching wedge has a loft angle of 45.0° in the normal spec. The power spec loft angle is slightly lower at 44.5°. The difference in the normal loft angle of this club and the previous club is 4°. So, you can expect more lift and longer trajectories.
The bounce angle is 13.0° and the lie angle is 65.1°. You have to make notable adjustments to maintain a straight ball path.
It is the last club on the list and has the highest loft angle among all i200 clubs. In the normal spec, the loft angle is 50.0° and the power spec loft angle is 49.5°. It works as a good alternative to the gapping wedge.
The utility wedge has the least offset with the highest bounce and lie angle. So, you need to be much faster in adjustments.
FAQ about Ping i200 Loft Chart
Check answers to some commonly asked questions about the Ping i200 loft chart.
Q: What is the power spec for Ping i200?
Some players want to decrease the ball spin so that they can achieve the perfect trajectory. To ensure this, they may get customized fitting options called power specs.
Q: Does the lie angle impact the ball’s path?
Of course. If the lie angle is lower, it will drive the ball to the left of the target path. A higher lie angle will result in the ball deviating to the right of the target path.
Q: Which loft angle is good for a beginner?
Lower loft angles are better for beginners because the clubface is more open in this case. The lowest loft angle on Ping i200 irons is 19.0°, which can be a good choice. But clubs with an even lower loft angle would be better.