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New for 2016: PING G Drivers

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers analyzed the dragonfly’s intricate wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI.

Features of the PING G Family:

Dragonfly technology

Dragonfly technology

Dragonfly Technology
Ultra-thin sections were created by removing eight grams from the crown to better position the CG for high launch/low spin with a high MOI, adding to forgiveness in the Ti 8-1-1 head.

Vortec Technology
Vortec Technology reduces turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with improved stability and forgiveness to help generate distance.

Variable-Thickness T9 S Face
T9S has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to increase ball speed. Removing four grams from the face helps position the CG low/back for ideal launch conditions and extreme forgiveness.

Extreme Low/Back CG
The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft and elevating MOI significantly on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Simple Adjustability
You can optimize launch conditions prior to a round by adjusting loft up to ±1° with five settings utilizing a lightweight, aerodynamic and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

Less Drag
Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reducing drag 37% through the impact zone, yielding greater clubhead speed and ball velocity for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds.

To get the most distance from your driver, you must optimize the launch angle and spin rate of the ball by selecting the proper loft and shaft flex for your swing speed. Generally, golfers with slower swing speeds require more-lofted drivers and more-flexible shafts to achieve the proper launch conditions. Conversely, golfers with faster swing speeds generally require lower-lofted drivers and firmer shafts.
We recommend that you get fit for the shaft that allows you to play your best golf. Whether that’s a softer, lighter shaft with a higher launch or a heavier, stiffer shaft with a lower trajectory, a PING Certified Club Fitter can help you find the shaft that brings consistency to your game. Please refer to the chart in the detailed images above to help find your best shaft flex option.
Grip: PING 5L Round Grip – The 5L grip features a firmer texture in the upper portion to help control direction and a softer texture in the lower portion for enhanced feel. It is available in two versions – round for clubs with PING’s Trajectory Tuning+ Technology, and ribbed for the hybrids and irons.
“PING strongly believes that customers should be custom fit before purchasing PING Golf Clubs”

PING G Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

PING G Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

The G LS Tec (Low-Spin Technology) features a CG that is extremely low, with a high launch-angle-to-spin ratio, engineered for the player who wants low spin with forgiveness. (The CG is slightly forward of the standard G driver.)
Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for measurable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Alta 55 Shaft)

Engineered for players whose shots typically end up right of the intended target. The G SF Tec (Straight-Flight Technology) has weight closer to the heel and a lighter swing weight to produce a right-to-left shot bend that helps steer the ball back into the fairway.

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING Ladies G Driver

Adjustment Tool Included

PING Ladies G Driver

PING Ladies G Driver

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING Ladies G SF Tec Driver

Adjustment Tool Included

PING Ladies G SF Tec Driver

PING Ladies G SF Tec Driver

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING G Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

PING G Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

PING G LS Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

The G LS Tec (Low-Spin Technology) features a CG that is extremely low, with a high launch-angle-to-spin ratio, engineered for the player who wants low spin with forgiveness. (The CG is slightly forward of the standard G driver.)

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for measurable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

Adjustment Tool Included

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

PING G SF Tec Driver (PING Tour 65 Shaft)

Engineered for players whose shots typically end up right of the intended target. The G SF Tec (Straight-Flight Technology) has weight closer to the heel and a lighter swing weight to produce a right-to-left shot bend that helps steer the ball back into the fairway.

Inspired by an approach called biomimicry, PING engineers studied the dragonfly’s complex wing pattern to design ultra-thin crown sections for extreme CG and maximized MOI in our longest, most forgiving driver ever. The lowest, deepest CG of any PING driver generates greater distance by increasing dynamic loft on both axes for maximizing forgiveness.

Vortec Technology on the back of the Ti 8-1-1 head minimizes turbulent wake during the downswing for faster clubhead speed with stability and forgiveness. Crown turbulators and Vortec Technology contribute to reduce drag 37% through the impact zone for sizeable distance gains from all swing speeds. The variable-thickness T9S face has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for a thin face to further increase ball speed.

To fine-tune your launch conditions prior to a round, adjust the loft up to ±1° using Trajectory Tuning 2.0, which utilizes a lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and high-strength 7075 aluminum hosel sleeve.

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