Ping G410 hybrids are the latest release from the leading manufacturer, and have been made larger than predecessor the G400s.
The G410 hybrids come in five separate options from 2-hybrid to 6-hybrid, are fully adjustable and provide a serious amount of variety at the top end of the bag.
What Ping say about the G410 hybrids:
“Our first-ever adjustable hybrid allows you to customize your ball flight eight different ways through more loft (+- 1.5˚) and lie combinations for consistently better results.
“Thinner and more flexible, the maraging-steel face generates faster ball speeds and higher launch so you carry trouble while hitting (and holding) more greens.
“A larger profile provides added stability and helps elevate MOI heel to toe.”
Ping G410 Hybrids Design
The Ping G410 hybrids have been made larger in size than the G400 range to provide a more confidence-inspiring look from the club head.
The larger head, which also has re-shaped crown turbulators in the G410 design, has improved the stability of the new hybrids and allowed for the MOI to be increased by 6.5%.
The tungsten back weight has been moved deeper to the perimeter of the club head to increase the forgiveness more than ever before.
The maraging-steel fast face helps increase ball speed and distance, while the textured pattern has been produced to reduce spin levels.
The hybrids are available in 2-hybrid (17 degrees), 3-hybrid (19 degrees), 4-hybrid (22 degrees), 5-hybrid (26 degrees) and 6-hybrid (30 degrees).
The Trajectory Tuning 2.0 allows for 1.5 degrees of adjustability in both directions.
Ping G410 Hybrids Verdict
If you struggle to hit longer irons, Ping’s G410 hybrids could be the perfect cure.
Now more forgiving than the G400s due to the fact the head has been made larger, the Ping hybrids offer a huge variety of options thanks to five separate rescues which are all fully adjustable.
Improvements in the fast face for more added ball speed and distance, as well as the ability to shape shots better than the previous models make the G410 hybrids clubs that should come under serious consideration.
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