The Ping G30 driver comes in two models: The regular G30, and the G30 Straight Flight Technology. Crown turbulators improve aerodynamics by reducing drag forces, helping to increase clubbed speed for more distance.
A new, thinner and lighter T9S face material enabled the G30 driver’s CG to be moved lower and further back than the Ping G25 driver for sale. This increases moment of inertia and reduces spin. Adjustability has been increased to +/-1 degree, three shafts with multiple flexes are available and a number of other performance benefits are on offer.
The cheap Ping G30 irons feature a number of innovative new features designed to deliver more distance, better gapping, higher launch and more consistency, both in terms of feel and distance control. This is delivered through progressive lengths, undercut cavities, longer blade lengths, an enhanced sole design and more.
Ping say they have also tweaked the camber or curvature on the sole of the G30 to help it go through the turf more easily without digging and it did seem marginally better than the ping g25 irons cheap during our testing. In the G30, Ping's Custom Tuning Port (CTP) is a little lower and wider than before and the muscle bar across the back a little higher.
Usually most of the tweaking in these types of irons comes in the cavity as the positioning of any insert and badges helps to move the centre of gravity (CG) around and changes the sound and feel.
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