The Ping G20 is a 460cc clubhead made from Ti 8-1-1, a lower-density, lighter alloy material. It's high strength-to-weight ratio increases the MOI and allows additionalweight to be strategically placed on the head. Large, variable-thickness in the Ping G20 Driver's face increases MOI across the hitting surface and generates faster ball speeds for increasedforgiveness and power.
The size and shape of the longer head look much better than the fers G15 and the sound and feel at impact were excellent and the ball took off on a slightly higher but more penetrating trajectory than the Ping G15. Tthe G20 driver also comes with Ping's own TFC 169D shaft that seems a little more stable than in the past thanks to the higher kick point and feels quite powerful. There is also a Tour version of the shaft that will give you a lower trajectory and this will be excellent for those with higher swing speeds, so make sure you get custom fitted as the combination of shaft and loft will be important.
The Ping's "game-improvement" drivers are almost always among the highest-rated sticks in Golf Magazine's annual "ClubTest" program because of their ability to blend forgiveness and power. Ping's tried-and-true design checklist includes optimizing center-of-gravity location; aerodynamics; feel; clubface size; structure (how it interacts on shots around the face); and clubhead inertia (stability) on off-center hits (high/low or heel/toe).
PING clubs still refrain from happening that route and whereas the G20's performance quite deserves this call, it might be beautiful to assume that an adjustable version may deliver even additional. however across 9 testers of diff ering talents, the fers G20 has start up earlier than the remainder and is rightfully the simplest on check for 2012. European Tour hotshot Tom Lewis has used one in competition, and that we assume you ought to take into account one too.