The story behind the Ping G10 Driver is one of evolution not revolution. Technicians have spent hours studying how high MOI designs actually work. Their findings support the theory that high moi clubs don’t necessarily mean straighter drives. It remains fact that if shots are hit with an open or closed club face no matter what the moi you won’t get any help reducing side spin! Moi say the company “was a consideration when designing the new driver, but not to the extent of ignoring other crucial elements which make up our complete performance driver.” So by concentrating on whats important to golfers the company reckon they’ve developed a great sounding, cosmetically pleasing driver which delivers maximum distance and tons of forgiveness. If your wondering how it differs to the Ping G5, well its body is slightly wider, the face height is slightly taller which ultimately means the clubs centre of gravity is located a little lower and deeper meaning more forgiveness over Pings previous great drivers. And by increasing moi over the G5 driver you’ll also find drives hit off centre won’t lose as much ball speed meaning even miss hits go further.
When it comes down to the stats Ping tour players have found the Ping G10 an average of five yards longer than their current driver. While club golfers comparing the G10 and Ping G5 have experienced a four yard gain in carry distance and a 2 mph gain in ball speed. Whilst Ping’s robotic golfer who’s affectionately known as Ping Man carried drives an extra five yards with a significantly lower spin rate and higher launch angle. Which we agree all adds up to the G10 being a worthwhile addition.
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Old vs New Driver Review: G400 MAX vs G30 vs G20 vs G102009, Updated Model – ReviewA strong & forgiving all-rounder at a good priceQuestion: How does a driver that’s been around for a couple of years still get a top award in the TG Test? Answer: Because it’s top, top end. And quality lasts forever. The G10 may not be as “fun” and “flashy” as some of the others on the test. For a start, you can’t adjust anything! But actually, if you went and got yourself fitted for one of these you might not need to tinker with your driver for some time. The G10 was the follow-up to the hugely popular G5… which in turn was the follow-up to the hugely popular G2! It features a high MOI and so offers stability and forgiveness on off-centre hits; but it also has explosive power, with the result being that long, straight drives become that much more attainable. The sizeable, classy head shape also does at least its fair share of pinkarmy.net G10 is simply a great all-rounder. Chris perhaps summed it up perfectly as a product – “It ticks every box and is just the ultimate driver.” Stats-wise, it excelled. Chris boomed it out to over 300 yards while Roy, who wasn’t as keen on the copper colour shaft as the others, found an impressive 269 yards of carry. George liked its conventional look and felt it was incredibly solid while Jon loved the confidence-inspiring look at address. But in building the G10, Ping may have given themselves a problem; how will they improve on what is quite clearly already a brilliant club?Nevertheless, its all-round quality edged it to a Gold Award ahead of the other ‘four-star’ drivers.
Ratings (out of 5)
Looks: Feel: Noise: Grip: Distance: Dispersion: 4.4 4.4 4.3 4.0 4.0 3.5
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