Do you know what the newest additional game improvement driver is to Ping's line? Are you interested in it? Yes, you are right, this latest addition golf clubs is Ping g20 driver.
I hit the G20 today and was really surprised by it. It has a fairly square look at address, which took some getting used to, being a Titleist guy. It was a demo 9.5 degree with the TFC 169 S shaft. My average spin was around 1850 with a high of around 2000 and a low of around 1650. I don't know what that shaft really is, but I've never had such low spin with an S flex.
This driver is mainly designed for higher handicappers, but the fact that a number of high-profile Tour stars have already put it in the bag shows the broad appeal of the product. Ping has made the g20 a wonderful truth, and it is also a bit pricy, so you may need to find cheap golf clubs in many online shops to save some money.
A maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING's patented ultra thin crown technology. Weight savings from the thin crown are positioned as an external sole weight to optimize the center of gravity of the Ping G20 Driver for higher trajectories and reduced spin.
When I play with my golf partners, I see they are also putting this Ping g20 in their golf bags. And they say they felt very good and certainly had some pop to thePingdriver and they like the new G20 very much. The clubface on the 460cc head of the Ping G20 Driver is larger, creating more forgiveness across the hitting area.
The Ping g20 driver clone has a heavier head than G15 (7 grams more than standard) for greater force at impact. Additional backweighting and a more elongated face shore up misses. Distance is generated with a new version of PING's proprietary TFC 169D High-Balance-Point shaft technology. The G20's head rotation is neutral, allowing the golfer to deliver the clubface straight at impact.
As far as I am concerned, the Ping clone driver has helped me with some of my hooking problems! This is absolutely an advanced clubs I ever hit. I hope Ping Company can go on designing some more game improvement golf clubs in the future.