Unlike in year’s past, this year’s scores were entirely based on the performance of each driver head, removing the subjective categories of looks, sound and feel from the equation. The cheap Ping G25 Driver has a CG that is not just the lowest and most rearward of any Ping driver, but quite possibly the lowest and most rearward of any driver in golf.
It’s available in lofts of 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees, and comes stock with Ping’s counterbalanced TFC 189D shaft. That allows the G25 to be built to a stock length of 45.75 inches and carry a stock swing weight of D3. They increase perimeter weighting, which adds forgiveness to off-center hits, and work to deliver the club at impact with more dynamic loft, creating the high-launch, low-spin conditions that result in longer drives.
The G25′s face is 2 percent larger than the Ping G20 driver, and has a 10 percent higher heel-to-toe inertia and a 17 percent higher top-to-bottom inertia than its predecessor. Golfers who need lower-spinning drives than the G25 can deliver should look into the company’s i25 driver, which has a lower, slightly more forward CG for a more penetrating trajectory.
Watson enlarges his grips so much because like a lot of big hitters, he fears hooking. Larger grips discourage rotating your hands and shutting the face on the downswing, so they promote a fade. Conversely, cheap golf clubs with a smaller grip encourages a draw because it lets golfers rotate their hands more easily and close the face.
The 460cc head also features a variable-thickness face for maximum forgiveness and faster ball speeds.Frankly, what I love most about this driver is how it seems to encourage a smooth swing which gets the ball out there nicely.
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