Ping G425 Crossovers Review

Crossovers are added to the G Series with the release of the G425s

Crossovers have been added to the G Series with the launch of the Ping G425s.

Ping G425 Crossovers

The Ping G425 crossovers have arrived as a newcomer in 2021 to offer long game improvement. GolfReviewsGuide takes a look.

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.

The crossovers are being sold in 2-iron, 3-iron and 4-iron and join the G425 drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons in the complete range new for 2021.

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.

Ping G425 Crossovers

“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.”

READ: Ping G425 Drivers Features & Review
READ: Ping G425 Woods Review & Fairways Verdict
READ: Ping G425 Hybrids Verdict & Review
READ: Ping G425 Irons Features & Review

Ping G425 Crossovers Design & Features

Ping G425 Crossovers
Ping G425 Crossovers
Ping G425 Crossovers