Ships 2/8/18. PING engineers had one goal in mind when they began the process of creating the G400 MAX driver ... to create the straightest, most accurate driver in golf. To accomplish that goal, the G400 MAX features a slightly larger footprint than its G400 stablemates, 460cc as opposed to 445cc, and additional tungsten weight has been positioned low and deep in the clubhead. The end result? A driver that can claim more than 9,900 combined MOI points, which is an astounding six percent higher than the highly forgiving standard G400.
That said, the G400 MAX isn’t just for higher-handicap players. It features all of PING’s aerodynamic advancements and face technologies, which means it’s fast. And given just how accurate the G400 MAX is, plenty of better players, including members of PING’s tour staff, are likely to put this driver into play with longer shafts to increase swing speed and add even more distance.
Ships 3/29/18. When it comes to the irons it creates primarily for mid- and high-handicappers, PING prefers to label them as game-enjoyment rather than game-improvement. And for those players who need more distance to get the most out of their iron play, the new G700 irons are going to offer plenty of enjoyment. With a hollow body design and clubface that’s been constructed using high-strength, lightweight C300 steel, the G700 irons are definitely long, but they’re also incredibly forgiving and offer impressively high launch conditions.
The G700 will, however, fit a wider range of player than its description might suggest. From a playability standpoint, these irons will provide average players with everything they need to hit and hold more greens, a key to shooting lower scores. But with their clean shape, solid feel, and high level of consistency, the latter of which is often missing in a distance iron, better players who could benefit from a few extra yards might also be great candidates for the G700 irons.
Ships 2/8/18. Glide 2.0 wedges have been a huge success since their release. PING, however, is never one to rest on its laurels, and subsequently took feedback from its staff of touring professionals to create the new PING 2.0 Stealth wedges. What’s new? For starters, the sleek, dark finish looks stunning and will eliminate glare on the course, and these wedges have also been constructed using soft 8620 carbon steel to deliver a more muted sound at impact. Additionally, a new half groove at the bottom of the clubface is giving players even more spin around the greens.
Of course, what has made PING wedges so popular are the different sole grinds that are offered to help players pick wedges that will work for their game, and that will continue with the Glide 2.0 Stealth lineup. Between the SS, ES, WS, and TS sole shapes, regardless of how you deliver the club at impact or the turf and sand conditions where you play most often, PING will have options to help you hit the shots you want and perform better from 125 yards and in.
Ships 2/8/18. Putters have been a major focus for PING since the company was founded nearly 60 years ago, and the new Vault 2.0 lineup is offering players a high-end product that flat out delivers in terms of look, feel, and performance. Each Vault 2.0 putter has been meticulously crafted from premium materials to provide exceptional feel and PING’s patented True-Roll Face Technology is helping players improve their speed and distance control. Additionally, tungsten weighting in the sole is providing the type of balance through the stroke that every player can benefit from.
The Vault 2.0 line is also offering a myriad of great options in terms of model and finish to give golfers the exact look they want and a putter that will match up perfectly with their putting stroke. Included are blade and mallet designs, as well as models that will work well for players with slight or strong arcs in their stroke or those who putt using a straight back, straight through approach. And the platinum, stealth, and copper finishes being offered are visually stunning.
The multi-material design combines drag-reducing technology with a speed-inducing forged face and MOI-raising tungsten sole weight to deliver longer drives and fairway-finding forgiveness.
Streamlined design combines with bolder turbulators and Vortec Technology to advance aerodynamics (15% less drag) for more clubhead speed.
Engineered to increase face flexing (6% thinner, 16% more flexing) and deliver a powerful sound and feel, the forged face is precision machined to produce hotter ball speeds (1-2 mph) for more distance (approximately 5 yards) across the entire face.
It’s ball speed and stopping power comes from an innovative maraging steel face that flexes 30% more than any previous design-- making it our hottest, highest launching fairway wood ever. A low lead edge and new, bolder turbulators elevate your ball flight and confidence from any distance.
Maraging steel face
One of strongest and most flexible alloys in the world, maraging steel is an ideal face material to deliver faster ball speeds that launch shots farther, higher and straighter.
An ideal option when gapping your set for mid-to-long distance shots, the G400 hybrids combine maraging steel faces with CG optimization to deliver more distance and forgiveness. Hotter ball speeds launch shots higher and farther while internal weighting keeps your ball flight on line and under control.
Engages at impact to increase face flexing for higher launch.
The precision, workability and control of an iron combined with the ball speed and forgiveness of a hybrid make the G400 Crossover a high-performance and versatile option for golfers of all skill levels. The maraging steel face delivers faster ball speeds and higher launch to produce 30% more stopping power. The addition of a tungsten toe weight increases forgiveness resulting in 17% tighter dispersion. Turf interaction is greatly improved with a thinner sole.
Tungsten Toe Weight
20 grams, externally joined for higher MOI and greater forgiveness.
Face flexing technology that launches the ball faster and higher so you’ll enjoy more distance with the stopping power and feel to hit approach shots closer than ever. Imagine hitting one less club to the green with the height of two less clubs – giving you tour-player type performance with the forgiveness you need to find the putting surface more often.
Faster ball speeds generate gains in distance and shot height for stopping power.
Toprail Undercut Cavity
Combines with COR-Eye Technology to amplify and expand face flexing (18% more) to increase ball speed and launch the ball higher.
An iron Fit For Scoring. Look and feel of a players-style iron with exceptional forgiveness for its size. Minimal offset with thin top rail and sharper face radius. Soft, 431 stainless steel with hydropearl chrome finish. Thin, fast face delivers more distance and tour-level gapping. Machined grooves and back cavity. Elastomer insert behind face activates at impact for more damping and solid feel. Weight savings from thin face redistributed to toe and hosel regions for increased MOI. Higher lead edge and more bounce improve turf interaction.
The New PING G Series Driver are exactly what you expect from the G Series; long, forgiving and extremely accurate, designed to improve your game off every tee whether you need help finding the fairway or you want to precisely shape your shot. It’s a driver that will benefit the super high handicap golfer without question and still be just as beneficial to the Tour Pro playing his Signature Pink design. They are faster than their predecessors; the new G Series Drivers are built for speed and power with new aerodynamic technologies. The Turbulators are still present but now they are coupled with VorTec and Dragonfly Technologies.
The New PING G Series Fairway Woods deliver the same reliability that has been a game changer for so many golfers; being easy to hit, easy to launch the ball and very forgiving, have been the defining features for PING’s G Series Fairway Woods over the years. The new G Series Fairway Woods have Turbulator Technology, like the G30 Woods; however the Turbulators are paired with a low profile leading edge design, an unseen internal tier system that compliments a 455 Carpenter Steel Face, a 25% thinner crown lowered the CG and raised the MOI. The new G Series Fairway Woods are PING’s most forgiving, straightest flying and highest launching and longer than all the other PING Fairway Woods.
The New PING G Series Hybrids are built just like the G Series Fairway Woods. Unlike the G30 Hybrids these new G Hybrids feature Turbulator Technology. They are also utilize the internal tiered sole, which helps the strong variable thickness 455 carpenter steel engage across the entire face to increase ball speed on every shot. The G Series hybrids have always been very forgiving and longer than most would expect, and the New G Series will be no different, made almost the same way as the G Series Fairway woods, but with more opportunities to save you with its versatility.
The New PING G Series Crossover is describe quite accurately. It will play long like a hybrid and offer versatility in the thick stuff, but its intended use is for more shot making opportunities that better players would take with the long irons trying to be precise when attacking the green. The G Series Crossover has a flat face and grooves like your long irons for spin control and shot shaping. The Crossovers have a taller face than a typical iron which helps expand the perimeter weighting across the face for hybrid like forgiveness. The G Series Crossover has a deep and back CG position for higher launching capabilities, which is ideal when attacking a green with precision and a soft landing. Just like the G Woods and G Hybrids, the G Crossover has a tiered internal sole which helps distribute energy across the entire face for maximum distance while not sacrificing any forgiving qualities.
Every new G Series Iron set that has been released by PING have always been a good choice for any player level. The New G Irons have everything needed to play better golf, a perimeter weighting system that has lead the golf industry since Karsten Solheim first experiments trying to manufacture forgiveness into your golf game. That was 55 years ago, today PING’s researchers have perfected an Iron Set that will hit and hold greens. The G Irons have a deep CG that has made getting the ball airborne easy, a perimeter weighting system that defined MOI in the iron category for generations to come. The G Irons have thinner faces that were obtained from a heat treating process that increases the steels strength by 40%, which added 5 yards of carry distances to every shot. The COR-EYE Technology which is a new a design aspect to the G Series irons, adds a new perspective to distance and control, giving more opportunities for shot making. PING’s G Series Irons are time tested and player approved.
The Ping iBlade Iron Set are made from cast 431 stainless steel for a soft buttery feel. These irons are the latest blade offering from Ping and have a thin top rail, minimal offset, with a straight lead edge and sharp high toe. These irons are very clean at address. The iBlade's feature a thin, high speed face; that produces up to 6 yards of increased distance in the long irons. Overall there are higher trajectories and more precision throughout the set.
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