The Ping G410 drivers range feature three different models as the successors to the popular G400 family.
Ping have worked hard on improving the adjustability of their drivers and that is the biggest change in the G410 range, which are the first to sport moveable weights.
What Ping says about the G410 drivers:
“Our new, movable-weight technology provides the benefits of custom CG locations, including directional control, without sacrificing MOI or ball speeds, which is what we’ve always seen with other non-fixed-weight drivers,” Ping president John K. Solheim said.
“The G410 Plus offers golfers a simple, logical way to customise their driver and allows them to swing away on the tee box without fear of missing the fairway.”
Ping G410 Plus Driver Review
The Ping G410 Plus driver is the first ever from Ping to feature a moveable weight. A 16g tungsten weight can be moved around the club head to create a draw or fade bias.
Ping have managed to improve the performance of the G400, most notably by moving the weight-saving Dragonfly technology from the crown to inside the clubhead.
The Turbulators on the crown have been made bigger to help improve aerodynamics and increase club speed, while there is a wider heat-treated face to provide maximum distance without sacrificing forgiveness.
The G410 driver comes in 9, 10.5 and 12 degree options with 1.5 degree of loft adjustability from the hosel available.
Ping G410 LST Driver Review
The Ping G410 LST is smaller in size and, being a 450cc club head, has a smaller profile from both front to back and heel to toe. It has been in the bag of PGA Tour winner Cameron Champ.
With a high MOI, the LST has been designed to produce a low ball flight, minimise spin (the LST name stands for Low Spin Technology) from the tee and also provide the ability to shape shots as required.
The driver features a T9S+ face, improved aerodynamics and has the same movable weight on the crown as the G410 Plus.
Available in 9 and 10.5 degree options, Ping’s Trajectory Tuning 2.0 technology provides a further eight lie and loft options of adjustability.
Ping G410 SFT Driver Review
The Ping G410 SFT driver, named due to the fact it has Straight Flight Technology, has a lighter swing weight than the Plus version of the driver.
It also differs because it has the non-adjustable weight positioned towards the heel on the perimeter of the club head, creating a greater draw bias to help correct fade or slices.
The CG has also been moved to the heel with the D1 swingweight helping to square the face at impact.
The SFT driver comes in just one loft option – 10.5 degrees – but has 1.5 degrees of adjustability on the hosel.
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