Equipment: Spoilt For Choice

Golf’s equipment silly season has arrived. Here’s a selection of the best new gear to help you play your best golf ever this year


Ping founder Karsten Solheim named to sporting goods Hall of Fame

Karsten Solheim, the founder of Ping and the inventor of some of the most iconic golf clubs in the game’s history including the Anser putter and the perimeter-weighted Eye2 irons, has been named to the National Sporting Goods Association’s Hall of Fame. Solheim, whose son John A. followed in his footsteps and grandson John K. Read more…

2023 Equipment guide: Ping

Ping G430 Max & SFT drivers In the new drivers, Ping’s engineering team developed several new technologies common to all three models while applying specific advancements to each individual head, producing measurable ball-speed gains while improving sound throughout the series. The added ball speed is attributed to a shallower and thinner VFT forged face design Read more…

Ping G430 irons: What you need to know

Ping’s long-awaited follow up to its G425 irons brings extra yards through a heat-treatment process that strengthens the 17-4 stainless-steel clubhead.

Ping G430 drivers: What you need to know

The new G430 driver family, which includes the neutral flight, ultra-forgiving Max (RRP $995), the increasingly draw-biased SFT and the compact, low-spinning LST (RRP $1,050), continues the company’s theme of forgiveness. These drivers put more weight in the extreme perimeter but also feature thinner, more forgiving faces, as well.

Ping G430 Clubs: What you need to know

Unlocking more speed and distance through engineering innovations like Carbonfly Wrap without sacrificing its forgiveness, Ping has introduced the G430 family.