Ping G Driver Review


In the G700, there is a large cavity, and you’ll learn about it. It feels fairly hollow, but it’s still very fiery, which partially nullifies that. There is a decent reactivity degree there. It is very loud, as predicted for PING goods. We believe that the larger handicaps will be like what was achieved here by the brand.

Ping G Driver Review

Ping G Driver Review (Description)

The wings of a dragonfly were also researched by PING to establish what it considers Dragonfly Technology. The outcome is the lowest and deepest CG ever produced by any PING pilot, which indicates greater angles of release, less spin, and much more forgiveness. The G can suit a large range of players based on the three versions available. Additionally, the SF Tec was built for golfers who fail to square the clubface at contact. The back weight was inched closer to the heel on the SF Tec and the club’s average swing weight is marginally lower, allowing players to minimize spin and square the face.

The efficiency boost over G30 in terms of functionality is going to be slight as one of Ping’s experts only gained 1 mph ball speed at a swing speed of 115 mph and the de-lofted club by 0.25 °.

This amount of gain came at a slower 100 mph with the G30, but there is sure to be a distance boost for amateur swing velocity but it would likely be just a yard or two boost over G30.

To render it more aerodynamic, the current Alta shaft built by Ping has a tip 0.025 inches shorter at 0.325 inches. It also stars their typically higher kick point to encourage them to assist with forgiving by having a slightly heavier head.

That being said, this doesn’t really make a heavier club since, based on the shaft you choose, the entire thing tips the scales at about 310 grams.

In addition to the improved aesthetics, with a much richer sound that is not as loud, the Ping G driver still feels and sounds way better than the G30. When you have been equipped for the right initial loft, the flight was medium-high and just the proper penetration level, which can then be changed with the customizable hosel up or down 0.6 ° or 1 °.

Ping G Driver Review (Features)


A boomer, baby-and it really doesn’t make a difference where you grab it; huge numbers with moves that start high and stay there; super consistent-what else do you want-a high-ceiling club with a high floor to complement?

Forgiveness/ Consistency

The greatest, maybe ever; it’s almost dull, too straight; the whole face is the perfect balance, and heel/toe misses are practically absolved.


Gibraltar-stable, with a small consoling nod to misses; a fine, deafening snap at impact, like bashing a mailbox with a metal bat, as one excitable fan put this. A long, light club that nevertheless retains an amazing balance.


On the G30, there’s actually nothing to hate. The look at the address can momentarily divide the viewpoint, but once you swing it, that’s usually neglected. On ordinarily, G30 gave me 3mph more ball speed than G25 at the same spec shaft and loft. The statistics do respond for themselves, actually.


This club sounds much more secure and solid than the G30 it substitutes. Many would see distance gains and precision gains in similar ways.


For a couple, the shaft is a little long, the crown too crowded, and the raise of the flight is very flat. There isn’t anything to worry about if you can live with that.


Who is that for?

The G Series Driver would be the most common of the 3 main models of the G Series, covering a vast number of golfers.


The biggest concern from anyone who saw me with the G with the performance of the G30 driver was whether I could update. I do strive to approach this problem closely and there are occasions in which the prior model was at least equal to the model I was evaluating at the time while conducting reviews. In this scenario, I have to say that the modifications made by PING enable the G30 customers to go down to their local store to give it a shot. I don’t think the updates are going to blow you forever, but I think they’re going to impress you enough to theoretically pull the update lever.