Fortinet Championship

Silverado Resort and Spa North


Equipment

PING

Ping G Crossover

Our Review:

There are hybrids that look like tiny fairway woods, and there are “driving irons” designed so tour players can hit penetrating bullets off the tee. And then there is something that falls in between. Like this. Extra internal weighting in the toe improves off-center hits, and a flat face makes it easier to work the ball. The high-strength steel in the face and a thinned-out sole improve face flex for more distance.
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Specs: 18, 21, 24
Price: $230
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Ratings
  • 4 1
    performance

    45%*

  • 3.5 1
    innovation

    30%*

  • 4 1
    Look / Sound / Feel

    20%*

  • 2 1
    demand

    5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
  • low
    A solid, muted sound.
  • low
    Maybe a little long heel to toe but I like the head shape. Smashes it. Long high and straight as long as I didn’t get lazy on it.
  • mid
    It’s basically a jacked up 3-iron, which is what I need.
  • mid
    I really like this because I’m more partial to driving irons. Gives you some junk in the trunk that makes it a lot easier to hit. See it in ball flight and performance. Nice control, similar to an iron.