Ping G425 drivers

In the G425 driver series, the primary model is named Max as it elevates the moment of inertia (MOI) to Ping’s highest level in history and provide golfers the most forgiving driver in golf. Joining the G425 Max are the LST (Low Spin Technology) and SFT (Straight Flight Technology) to best match a golfer’s swing and launch conditions.

To achieve the new performance levels in the G425 Max (9º, 10.5º, 12º lofts), Ping engineers combined key technologies from the G400 Max and G410 Plus. The resulting increase in MOI in the 460cc head comes mainly from a 26-gram tungsten movable weight, which is made possible by weight savings attributed to advancements in the driver’s dragonfly crown technology. 

For golfers who commonly miss their tee shots to the right, the 460cc SFT version (10.5º loft) is engineered with draw bias to help bring shots back on-line and into the fairway. It features a fixed 23-gram tungsten back weight that shifts the CG closer to the heel to promote a right-to-left shot bend of approximately 25 yards compared to the G425 Max model. RRP: $930

G425 crossover

On the tee or off the ground, the G425 crossover is engineered to bring golfers gap-filling, long-iron-type performance by delivering more distance and green-finding forgiveness.

The thinner face and internal geometry deliver the ball speeds to hit high-flying shots that land softly and closer to the hole. RRP: $430

G425 fairway woods and hybrid

In the G425 fairway woods and hybrids, two shared Ping innovations known as Facewrap Technology and Spinsistency combine to deliver more distance and spin predictability while offering numerous options to ensure proper gapping throughout a golfer’s bag.

The hybrids are available in 2 (17º), 3 (19º),
4 (22º), 5 (26º), 6 (30º) and 7 (34º). Both the fairway woods and hybrids are engineered with the lightweight, 8-position hosel for loft (+/-1.5º) and lie (up to 3º flatter) adjustments to further dial in ball flight. 

RRP: $580 (fairway woods); $510 (hybrid)

G425 irons

In a departure from recent iron models, Ping’s experts re-engineered the face of the G425 iron by employing a metal-wood-style, variable face thickness (VFT) design. This greatly increases flexing for measurable ball speed gains that launch shots higher and farther with the stopping power to hold greens – a rare result with most of today’s distance-minded irons.

The G425 irons feature a performance-improving, water-repelling hydropearl chrome finish and are available in 4-9, PW, UW, SW and LW in Standard, Power Spec and Retro Spec lofts. RRP: $250 (steel); $270 (graphite) per iron

i525 irons

PLAYERS DISTANCE  

A new ballistic face design that increases speed, distance and control combines with a targeted polymer to provide better feel and sound. All packaged in a compact, players-style design perimeter weighted to elevate forgiveness and deliver long, towering shots.

RRP: $340 (steel); $370 (graphite) per iron

Glide 4.0 wedges

CONTROL YOU CAN FEEL.

A precision-machined face and grooves and new textured face blast increase spin and control, a larger CTP and softer steel improve the feel, and four distinct grind options maximise versatility on full and finesse shots around the greens and from the bunker. The compact, refined profile provides a confident and captured look at address.

RRP: $350 (steel);  $380 (graphite)

PLD Milled™ putters

Premium, Precision-Milled Putters 

Ping proudly introduces tour-validated models, meticulously milled to perfection using premium materials. The PLD line, which stands for Putting Lab Design, consists of four popular and proven models to ensure a choice to match your stroke and eye. Each is precision crafted to our exacting standards and custom built to fit to your game. A deep AMP face texture produces a tour-preferred soft feel for precision and control.

• 303 Forged Stainless Steel

• Precision Milled

• Deep AMP (Aggressive Milling Pattern) Face Pattern

• PP58 Mid-size blackout grip

RRP: $800

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