Ping G410 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.

G410 Plus

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.

 

Additional Features:

Forged, high-strength T9S+ face powers a thinner, cooler impact region for high ball speeds and distanceMore powerful crown turbulators decrease aerodynamic drag and generate more efficient airflow across head8-Lobe Trajectory Tuning Hosel allows golfers to fine-tune loft (+ /- 1.5 °) and lay angle defined

Features

The PING G410 driver is PING’s first sliding weight driver, optimized for pace, reach, and adjustable results. A movable 16-gram tungsten weight slides to three separate places across the skirt of the clubhead: neutral in the centre, fading closer to the toe, and drawing closer to the heel. Internal Dragonfly Technology redistributes weight saved from the incredibly thin crown to maximize

PING G410 LST Driver

In a simpler, quicker form with improved forgiving, the G410 LST (Low Spin Technology) driver offers golfers a lower spinning style. It is built with the same Movable Weight Technology as the model G410 Plus, which enables golfers to adjust the CG location of the driver by placing the weight in one of three locations (Draw, Neutral, Fade) to fine-tune their ball speed. It has a more rounded, pear-shaped profile at 450cc with a face that sits slightly open with a score-line pattern that frames the address region of the effect.

The completely machined, forged face is thinner to have more distance for higher ball speeds. An 8-position hosel makes loft (+ -1.5) and lay (flatter) changes to impact the trajectory. Low, steady spin (200-400 rpm lower) with strong MOI (3 percent higher than G400 LST) Custom CGs tune ball travel through three locations of mobile weight (Draw, Neutral, Fade). Every represents 10 yards of correction (20 yards between the locations of Draw and Fade)

Smaller (450cc), rounded, pear-shaped titanium headFully-machined cast T9S face for higher ball speeds

Dragonfly technology boosts MOITour “square face” sits slightly open

8-setting hosel changes loft (+-1.5 degrees) and lying (flatter)

G410 Plus

The concept aim in the simplest of words was a commodity to accommodate a broader variety of golfers from tour pro to golfer with a large handicap. The guiding force behind G410 Plus was the discovery that 2/3 of the custom orders put by PING WRX contained custom hot melt in either the heel or toe, including several orders from the Trip.

Constructing left / right adjustability into the driver was the obvious solution for PING. I say, it’s not like most anyone else at one time or another has dabbled in comparable adjustability, right? What’s taking too long for PING? Fair point. As is the PING way, while it could do it without sacrifice, it just applied adjustable weighting to its drivers. A variety of occasions before, we’ve expanded upon this. Any flexible weight driver’s movable parts need framework.

Structures need mass and sometimes that means that companies surrender performance elements (low CG, high MOI, aerodynamics) and even sound and feel to reach the degree of adaptability it feels appropriate. It took PING so long since trade-offs are expected for most mobile weight structures, and PING does not trade on performance. The construction of the three fixed locations features a 16-gram weight capable of pushing the 2.5 mm centre of gravity towards the heel or toe while offering shot form correction of up to 10 yards. We’re not talking about the highest weight change on the market, but the key here was that without missing anything above the G400, PING was able to incorporate adjustability.

PING was able to incorporate flexible weighting while also raising MOI over the G400 since the designs are small and the track is positioned at the total periphery. PING also revamped the hosel sleeve along similar lines. The latest edition raises the amount of settings from 5 to 8 and facilitates loft change of 1.5 ° degrees in any direction. 3 flat settings are also supported by the latest adapter, which should prove to be popular with better matches. Again, without raising the weight of the connector, increasing the construction required to sustain it, and without incurring some aerodynamic penalties, PING was able to build a more durable and admittedly more competitive hosel.

The drawback of the latest design is that the new adapter is not backward compatible, nor is the original adapter, and for others, it would actually prove to be a major one. Long story short, with the latest edition, the current PING-tipped shafts won’t fit. PING understands it’s going to take some heat with the move, but after the first customizable driver (the Anser), this is the company’s first big upgrade.

Ping G410 SFT Driver

The G410 SFT (Straight Flight Technology) model is designed to ensure straighter ball flight with a set weight located on the extreme periphery of the clubhead and a 50 percent more CG heel-side place than its predecessor. By helping square the face at contact, a lighter swing weight (D1) further affects course. Dragonfly Technology Within A modern “creased crown” concept integrates with proprietary Dragonfly Technology to build an ultra-thin crown framework that saves weight to maximize the position of CG and improves forgiving. The 455cc head’s crown offers a smooth, powerful and quicker look at the address, along with more active more effective turbulator technology, thus rendering alignment almost effortless. Forged,

T9S+ Face The T9S+ face ‘s special forging and proprietary heat treatment method powers a thinner, hotter impact region that is precision machined to increase ball speed around the entire face for more versatility Trajectory Tuning 2.0 The new lightweight and aerodynamic flexible hosel extends from five to eight configurations, providing five loft-only modifications (0, +10, +1.50, -10, -1.50) and three loft / lie variations that provide up to a 3 degree flatter lying angle than normal.

The forged face and the inner geometry of the head are influential in creating the driver’s strong feel and tone. The higher-launching, lightweight Alta CB Red 55 is built with an 8-gram counterweight in the shaft’s grip end, moving CG higher and allowing more head weight to improve energy flow and traction, resulting in more ball speed and greater forgiving. Head size: 455cc Loft: 10.5 Length: 45.75 “Lay angle: 58.5 Head weight: 204 g Swing weight: D1 The provided shafts include the Alta C Loft: 10.5

G410 LST

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.

Conclusion

Without losing forgiving, PING has taken my favorite driver, the G400 Max, and introduced modern adjustability. I don’t know how they managed it, and I don’t care, honestly. Everything I want is to melt the snow so that I can locate the right G410 Plus shaft and get it on the course.