Ping Zing 2 irons provide an extremely comfortable impact. The toe-weighted design, cavity-back and sole allow the clubs to pick the ball clean from the turf. Shot-shaping is effortless, especially with mid-irons. Original stock shafts are performers and relate well to their heads. Their weighting system helps reduce sliced shots and each iron has a solid center of gravity, making Zing 2 very forgiving.
Zing 2 short irons (8-iron through pitching wedge) can be a bit difficult to hit for the average player because they can produce towering shots that result in distance losses. Players must also use caution in choosing the correct lie angle (dot color) to ensure the clubs are long enough (or short enough) and fit their swing tendencies. Using clubs that are too flat or too upright can cause control problems and loss of distance.
Ping Zing 2 irons still rival many of the newer clubs on the market. Correctly fit irons in good condition can produce years of precise golf shots. A set (3-iron through pitching wedge) that is selling for less than $300 is a true steal.