Ping G2 Driver Review

Ping G2 Driver Review
4.7/5 - (3 votes)

Ping G2 Driver Review – Ping have not been renowned for their drivers, unless you talk to die-hard Ping users, but we think the Ping G2 driver will change that.

We tried the 8.5 degree version with a stiff NV shaft and it looks great, sounds great and goes great. The more ‘traditional’ head and hosel shape than the TiSi give it a great presence at address and with that 460cc head, a lot of confidence too.

The cosmetics of the head will probably divide opinion, but overall they look very good, despite many interpretations of the line-up graphic on the top of the head.

The green NV shaft (green with envy – get it?) is quite long at 45 inches, but performs excellently if you like a stiffer shaft and the grip was very good and can be custom fitted to suit your size of hand by a Ping retailer.

Hitting the club was a joyous experience with good trajectory and excellent distance. The sound at impact got everyone’s attention without being tinny or outrageously noisy for this size of head.

The head cover looked funky and was very easy to get on and off – a rarity among these types of clubs. Ping are onto a winner here with a club that is excellent value for money.

Ping G2 Driver Review

Ping G2 Driver
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Ping G2 Driver – Product Details

UK Launch 11 August 2004
Handicap Range
Low
 
High
Golfer Mens
Hand Availability Right
Left Handed Lofts 7°, 8.5°, 10°, 11.5°
Right Handed Lofts 7°, 8.5°, 10°, 11.5°
Material Titanium
Shaft Types Graphite
Shaft Flex X Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Manufacturer’s Website Ping Website

Reviewed by Martin Hopley – Golfalot

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