The Ping G425 crossovers arrived as a newcomer in 2021 to offer long game improvement as an alternative options to hybrids.
Part of the G Series for the first time, the crossovers bridge the gap between your irons and woods and provide an alternative to the G425 hybrids.
If you struggle using hybrids but want to having options at the top end of your bag, the crossovers can be the answer.
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What Ping say about the G425 Crossovers:
“On the tee or off the ground, the G425 crossovers’ thinner, maraging steel face and internal geometry deliver the ball speeds to hit high-flying shots that land softly and closer to the hole.
“Tungsten toe and hosel weights expand perimeter weighting for greater forgiveness and accuracy.
“Extreme tungsten toe and hosel weights expand perimeter weighting to increase MOI 6.5% for greater forgiveness and accuracy.
“A thinner, maraging steel face and internal geometry deliver the ball speeds to hit high-flying shots that land softly and closer to the hole. Its resilient stealth hydropearl finish helps repel moisture and improve performance from all conditions.”
Ping G425 Crossovers Specs & Design
The Ping G425 Crossover is a hybrid iron that offers the best of both worlds – the distance of a fairway wood and the control of an iron.
The Crossover is designed with a hollow body construction that allows for a thin face and more flex at impact to produce increased ball speed and distance, especially on off-center strikes.
The G425 Crossover has a high-strength maraging steel face that provides a powerful feel and sound at impact.
The club also feature a tungsten strategically placed in the toe and heel that helps to increase forgiveness, stability and accuracy, making it easier to hit straighter shots.
G425 Crossovers have a hydropearl chrome finish to reduce friction with the turf for better contact, ball striking and more consistent shots.
The G425 Crossover comes in 2-iron, 3-iron and 4-iron with lofts of 18 degrees, 20 degrees and 22 degrees. There is also an adjustable hosel to alter lofts.
Verdict: Are the Ping G425 Crossovers any good?
The Ping G425 Crossover is a versatile club offering an ideal combination of distance, accuracy and forgiveness, making it a great option for golfers of all skill levels.
The larger head size provides a larger sweet spot for increased forgiveness and inspires confidence, particularly if you struggle to hit hybrids and fairway woods consistently.
Whether you’re a low-handicap player looking for a versatile club to add to your bag, or a high-handicap player looking for a forgiving club to help improve your game, the Ping G425 Crossover is worth considering.
What is the Ping G425 Crossovers release date?
The new Crossovers were first released in 2021.
How much do Ping G425 Crossovers cost?
The Ping G425 Crossover is priced at $249 per club.
What are the Ping G425 Crossovers specs?
The G425 Crossover comes in three lofts (2-iron, 18 degrees, 3-iron, 20 degrees and 4-iron, 22 degrees).
What shafts are in the Ping G425 Crossovers?
The Crossovers come with a variety of shaft options, including the Ping Alta CB Slate, Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange, and Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black. All shaft options come in a variety of flexes, including regular, stiff, and extra stiff.
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