Ping G730 and i530 irons: What you need to know

Ping introduces two new irons, the G730 and i530, designed for distance but geared towards different player types. The G730 is more of a game-improvement offering while the i530 serves better players seeking to regain some lost distance.


Ping s159 wedges: What you need to know

Ping’s most extensive and versatile wedge line to date, the s159 line, features 25 loft/grind options. The grinds and shape were the result of direct feedback from the company’s tour staff.


Ping PLD Milled putters for 2024: What you need to know

The Ping PLD Milled line-up expands to include two classic Anser blade additions (notably Tony Finau’s Anser 2D) and three mallets, including the DS72 model that Viktor Hovland used on his way to winning the FedEx Cup last year.


The clubs Corey Conners used to win the 2023 Valero Texas Open

When you rank first in strokes gained/approach, strokes gained/tee to green and first in greens in regulation, third in driving accuracy, have the fewest bogeys and are T-1 in birdies, it doesn’t take a maths major to understand you have a good chance to win.


Ping G430 fairway woods, hybrids: What you need to know

Ping’s G430 family of fairway woods and hybrids share the weight-saving technology of carbon composite on the crown with the speed benefits of a face structure that wraps around the sole and crown for better overall flexing.