Ping G400 Driver For Sale

You need to maximize the launch angle and spin rate of the ball by choosing the correct loft and shaft flex for your swing speed to get the maximum distance from your shot. Golfers with slower swing speeds typically need more-lofted drivers and more-flexible shafts to obtain the right conditions for launch.

Conversely, lower-lofted drivers and firmer shafts are normally needed for golfers with quicker swing speeds. We suggest that you get equipped for the shaft that helps you to play your best golf. A PING Accredited Club Fitter will help you choose the shaft that adds stability to your game, whether that’s a smoother, lighter shaft with a higher launch or a harder, stiffer shaft with a lower trajectory.


To fit varying hand shapes and texture tastes, PING provides a range of grip sizes and types. Since the grip size determines the movement of your hand and thus the trajectory of the shots, it is widely used for fitters to influence the flight of the strike. PING color-coded grips are offered in six different diameters and can be adjusted according to your needs with grip tape.

Golfers can recommend smaller diameter grips to help monitor fades and cuts, or larger diameter grips to help control sketches and hooks, until the neutral grip color code has been established based on hand measurements.

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For optimum playability and trust, the Golf Pride Tour Velvet contains a state-of-the-art rubber-blend compound with a non-slip surface design. Golf Pride 360 Tour Velvet Cordplus+1/32 ‘Ping. Clubs. Grips. ColorCode. Size. UnitsStdPing. Clubs. Grips. ColorCode. Size. Units. ColorCode. Size. UnitsThe Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord incorporates a state-of-the-art rubber blend compound with a non-slip surface design and integrated cotton twill fibers for optimum playability.

Ping G400 driver

Think of the driver of the Ping G400 as a smoother, juiced-up variant of the G driver of last season, since it shares some of the key technology of that club. But due to a number of incremental changes, the G400 offers further ball speed and distance while losing none of the forgiveness. Ping ‘s senior concept engineer, Marty Jertson, said that improved aerodynamics can be credited to a large portion of the distance increases, resulting in increased clubhead speed.

“We designed the driver more compact to get more clubhead speed, so we get m m.” The turbulators (fang-like protrusions where the crown reaches the forehead) and Vortec (lipped back part of the head) mostly give us a clubhead speed boost as the face squares at the impact zone, although at the peak of the downswing, the G400 is also more aerodynamic.’ The G400 driver from Ping is built to be smoother on the downswing. The 445-cubic-centimeter G400 driver generates the same volume of downswing drag as a 295-cc G30 fairway wood, says (Ping Golf) Ping. We have also altered some of the production methods used to create the mask, “Jertson said.” With the same commitment, golfers will generate more speed.

The variable face is being forged this year from the outside in. On center hits and impacts all over the face, it is lighter and more compact. That can assist golfers to more easily pass energy generated by their swing through the shot. The G400 has a new forged face and updated sole weight. (Ping Golf) To raise the moment of friction to make the G400 more tolerant, weight saved with the thinner face and crown was repositioned to the back of the ball. Going with high-density tungsten concentrated in a tiny bar in the sole allowed Ping to render the G400 shorter from front to back than the G driver when moving the center of gravity lower and further from the face. Ping created a lower-spinning variant of the club called the G400 LST for golfers who create a lot of spin off the tee.

The tungsten weight is located much farther forward in the club. That can make it easy for players to square the face and reduce the driver of sidespin. Ping G400 on the downswing. (Ping Golf) The G400 is available in 9 or 10.5 degrees of loft, 10 or 12 degrees in the SFT model and 8.5 or 10 degrees in the LST model. All three G400 drivers have an adjustable hosel that enables players and fitters to change up or down the specified loft by as much as 1 degree. The G400 drivers come standard with a $435 counterbalanced Ping Alta CB graphite shaft and Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip, and there are various custom shafts and grips available.

PING Innovation

I think it is important to identify creativity within the PING universe before we get into what’s new and exciting about the G400. If you choose, check the dictionary, but most of us have an understanding of what creativity is. Typically, it represents something fresh that hasn’t been achieved before (often exciting). The concept is also generalized in the field of golf equipment to incorporate something that might have been achieved previously, but has been repackaged with a fresh tale. For its part, PING thinks a bit differently about creativity.

Consider the relationships between topics such as aerodynamics (which have a clear head size correlation) and MOI, strong vs. stretchy face fabrics, or ubiquitous forgiving vs. ubiquitous forgiveness vs. There are cases where the equation induces enhancement on one hand and almost inherent regression on the other. It’s what PING terms the trade-off curve, and only when the engineers of the business discover a way to break such inverse interactions can PING conclude that it has innovated. Let’s get to it with that out of the way.

Evolution That Matters

Any golf corporation needs its goods to change, but evolution is also related to the annual period in the golf business. Calendar powered is any creativity that happens, which ensures it emerges in baby steps; often minimal, often gradual yet appreciable, and sometimes not at all. But it all falls together every now and then, and the new and newest is really substantially stronger.

Callaway would convince you the Epic is just such a commodity. I’m here to inform you that the G400 might might be too. Remember this; 12 PING workers put it into action the week the G400 driver entered the USGA compliant list. Did I note that it was US Open week? Now I’m not one who is very concerned about the use of the Tour, but 12 PGA Tour professionals put a new driver for the first time in a major in the bag. That’s not happening. It really doesn’t. So why the regulation exemption?

Face Technology

Frankly, I’m not sure how far our readers want to go for metallurgy and face technologies (and this is from a guy who has just finished writing regarding harmonic signatures and the amygdala), so I’m going to be succinct. PING has changed from a T9S to a 4% stronger and more versatile (trade-off curve broken) T9S+ face content. The primary face structure is forged, and CNC milled into the forged face is then the strikeface portion.

Though the mechanism is more complicated, PING claims it delivers incredibly accurate bulge and roll radii, reliably strong CTs, and strict face thickness controls. Ultimately, we’re talking about better part-to-part accuracy. For the first time , the entire G400 series would include the rough face configuration previously exclusive to the LS Tec. Without needing to shift the centre of gravity forward and reduce the MOI, the texture decreases spin. Yup, that is another instance of the breaking of a trade-off curve.

Does It Perform?

PING, like any OEM, has statistics that show that its drivers can outperform their rivals. On average, the G400 was longer than the new industry leader in PING’s player checking. Perhaps of greater significance, the G400 created a 40 percent smaller stat area (what we call our shot area), and the shortest shots (mis-hits) were slightly longer than mis-hits from competitors. On the Tour side, employees are fitted into models with less loft (back CG benefit). Ball speeds are up to 2-3 MPH as a result, and the gap is up to around 5 yards. That’s what PING claims. I’m not suggesting you shouldn’t believe it.

The credibility of PING is beyond reproach. What I’m suggesting is that a set of desirable numbers is included with any OEM visit. Here’s what I think you should think about: with the caveat that I did not measure against anything else, what I witnessed on the PING range borders on mind-blowing my clubhead speed hit 109 MPH on some swings. My pace on the ball … 160. Range … 290-300. A little history here … 105 MPH is my typical swing velocity. I occasionally ramp it up to 107 on my better day, though even more so in my younger days. Rarely, if ever, has my ball speed surpassed 155 MPH. This refers to any driver I’ve ever seen. I’ve struck balls a time or two before for Callaway, Cobra, Nike, PXG, TaylorMade, along with PING. That never existed.

109, 160 and 300. Never. Never. Ever, ever. Due to a smaller cross-sectional footprint while the clubface is 40 ° open, I don’t know whether the rises originated from a reduction in drag. If G400 (LST) tickles my amygdala, I don’t know either. What I mean is that 109 and 160 are the gear that I don’t have, and it’s always there. And it was not a swing in isolation. 109 and darn near 160 over and over again. All that and still mostly straight flight of the ball. I know my game, and what happened on the range of PING was ridiculous in the most delightful way imaginable. Subsequent on-course training at my recent McGregor Links Member / Guest tournament thoroughly confirmed what I witnessed at PING HQ.

I find myself regularly hitting shorter second shots from the back tees (the punishment for taking in a 1 handicap as a guest), than I usually do from the mo Person mileage is often different, but the G400 LST is a good tee marker longer for me. Again … it’s ridiculous. So roll your eyes at the aerodynamics and if you’d like the stuff about the amygdala, I understand, but I’m a knowledgeable man, I fit fairly well into any club in my pocket, and I’m telling you I’m seeing upwards of 5 MPH in ball speed and improved course size. I can’t imagine much if that doesn’t pique your imagination. In which case, for all of us, I’ve already lost a lot of time.


After it came out, I’ve been gaming the G400 driver, and I love it. It’s incredible forgiveness, and there have been days when I wanted a piece of it. The G400 Limit, somehow, has more. Let ‘s start with the numbers. The regular G400 has a cumulative MOI of 9,263, according to PING. The next nearest rival has a ranking of 7,720 for background.

The cumulative MOI is moved by the G400 Max to 9,902. That’s 28% more than the MOI! In practice, all it does is pull the drives off the sides of the face and send them long trips down the fairway. I was particularly pleased with shots that were low on the face. That’s typically the very worst mistake: low launch, high spin, the ball goes nowhere. The bottom groove also converted into a 250 yard drive with the G400 Max In terms of launch and spin,

I noticed that the G400 Max launched marginally higher than the G400, and had somewhat close spin figures. We have had a number of players test the G400 and G400 Max head to head in our latest Golf Myths Unplugged. In spin, there was no clear pattern; with the G400 Limit, some were higher spin, some were lower. The G400 Max was introduced a little higher than the G400 by the bulk of golfers.