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Ping G Series

The Ping G Series is possibly the fastest and most forgiving family of clubs the company has ever produced. Designers of the Ping G Series used some unorthodox inspiration in order to find new innovative technologies which will help improve your game.

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Ping Chairman and CEO, John A. Solheim, took a close-up photograph of a dragonfly and was extremely interested in its wing structure. He took the photo to a group of his engineers and it eventually led to the development of Dragonfly Technology, which is featured in the Ping G Drivers. The technology features an innovative exoskeleton design which produces Ping’s lightest and thinnest crown to date. This light and thin crown helps reduce weight by 8 grams and put the center of gravity much lower and deeper than previous Ping drivers. This also increases dynamic loft and significantly raises MOI for maximum forgiveness and distance.

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The unusual inspiration behind the Ping G Series did not stop at the dragonfly. Ping researchers were also interested in the base flaps used on 18-wheelers which help reduce large-scale vortex shedding behind the semi-trailer. They used this research to help enhance the speed and aerodynamics in the Ping G Drivers. Vortec Technology at the back of the club and turbulators on the crown help reduce drag, increase speed/velocity and promote distance.

The Ping G Series also features the G SF Tec Driver, G LS Tec Driver, G Fairway Woods, G Hybrids, G Irons and a new category – the Crossover. The Ping G Crossover Hybrid is meant to combine the control and work-ability of an iron with the forgiveness and speed of a hybrid. It is the first club of its kind, providing much higher launch, increased versatility and more forgiveness than typical driving irons.

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