Up close: Ping G425 drivers
Ping's G425 metalwood line continues the company’s industry-leading push to the maximums for moment of inertia (MOI), which is best understood as the stability of the head on off-center hits (so misses perform more like dead-center strikes). The company's new drivers combine the technologies of its two previous models—building on the super-high MOI of the G400 Max and advancing the movable weight feature of the G410 Plus—while also continuing to offer standard models for the masses (G425 Max), a low-spin option (G425 LST) and an anti-slice version (G425 SFT). The G425 fairway woods and hybrids break new ground for the company with a wraparound-style face that extends into the crown and sole to improve the way the face flexes for better distance.
PRICE Drivers: $500; fairway woods: $300; hybrids: $270 (all available).
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