Ping G410 Woods Review

A look at the G410 woods released by Ping

Ping G410 Woods

Ping G410 woods are part of the latest range from the manufacturer with three models of the fairways available.

The G410 woods is the standard fairway in the range, and it is accompanied by the G410 LST woods and G410 SFT woods to provide a huge amount of variety.

The Ping G410 series, which replaces the G400 as Ping’s premium range, also feature three drivers, hybrids and irons.

Ping G410 Woods Review

The G410 fairway woods have had a makeover from the G400 with a shallower face giving it a slightly better look from an aesthetic point of view.

The CG has been moved forward and is now closer to both the sole and the face, which helps to produce a higher ball flight and added distance.

There’s all the forgiveness offered in previous versions and more from the G410 with a high density tungsten back weight included.

The face is made of C300 maraging steel and is extremely thin to produce increased ball speeds, shot height and distance.

Available in 3-wood (14.5 degrees), 5-wood (17.5 degrees), 7-wood (20.5 degrees) and 9-wood (23.5 degrees) options, there is 1.5 degree of adjustability in all fairway woods too with eight different settings.

Ping G410 Woods

Ping G410 LST Review

The Ping LST woods replaces the G400 Stretch and is a low-spinning option with the name standing for Low Spin Technology.

Like the LST driver, the LST woods have a smaller head than the other models. The CG have also be placed lower and even further forward to promoting a higher ball flight and low spin.

The ball flight the LST offers will suit golfers with faster swing speeds, but equally be an ideal choice for those who tend to produce a lot of side spin with their fairways.

Like the other models, the face is made of C300 maraging steel and is extremely thin to produce increased ball speeds, shot height and distance.

Only available as a 3-wood set to 14.5 degrees, there is a further eight loft and lie settings and 1.5 degrees of adjustability.

Ping G410 LST Woods

Ping G410 SFT Review

Straight Flight Technology is why the Ping G410 SFT woods gets its name.

The woods feature a heel-side weight in the SFT, which helps to produce the straight flight. The weight sits on the perimeter of the head and provides a draw bias to correct any fade or slice.

Like the other models, the face is made of C300 maraging steel and is extremely thin to produce increased ball speeds, shot height and distance.

The club heads are the largest of the three options in the G410 range, which increases the MOI. Interestingly in the SFT models, the lofts are 1.5 degrees higher than standard to promote easier launch and a straighter ball flight.

The 3-wood is sold at 16 degrees, the 5-wood is 19 degrees and the 7-wood is set at 22 degrees. There is 1.5 degree of adjustability in all three.

Ping G410 SFT Woods

READ: Ping G410 Drivers Review
READ: Ping G410 Hybrids Review
READ: Ping G410 Irons Review

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