PING is a golf company with as much history and tradition as any other. PING clubs, specifically putters, have a notable place in the history of the game, and generations of golfers have sworn by their PING clubs. From the iconic Anser putter to the Eye wedges and more, PING clubs are almost instantly recognizable by many golfers. If you have every owned or used a PING club throughout your golf experience, you know the quality and care that goes into the PING brand of clubs.
With that in mind, the G30 is something of a departure for PING. Sure, it is still a well-made driver with some of the elements that make PING clubs what they are. However, it has a unique feature on the top of the club head that is noticeable immediately when you put the club down behind the ball. Called ‘turbulators’, these small aerodynamic additions are meant to allow the club to cut through the air faster as it speeds down toward the ball.
It’s a New Look
The presence of these raised spots on the top of the club is sure to make some golf purists raise an eyebrow – after all, golfers are not used to having anything raised on the top of the club head. Many golfers were just getting used to the idea of different colors and designs on the top of the club, so the introduction of the turbulators may throw some for a loop. However, golfers have proven they will adapt quickly if the technology helps them play better, so it will ultimately come down to the performance of the club. If golfers find that the club is moving faster through the hitting zone – and that speed is leading to more distance in the end – golfers are sure to love the G30.
Other Modern Features
Like most of the other drivers on the market, this 460cc model has an adjustable hosel that allows the player to add or subtract a degree of loft with just a quick adjustment. While one degree might not sound like much, it can have a large effect on the trajectory that you achieve with your drives. By spending some time experimenting with the different hosel positions and what they mean for your ball flight, you should be able to settle on one that works best for your swing.
Those who play PING clubs tend to be quite loyal to the brand, and they aren’t likely to be disappointed by this latest product. However, even those who aren’t typically drawn to PING clubs should consider giving the G30 a try because of the unique technology it brings to the market. Find a place to demo the G30 for yourself and see if it might be able to beat out your current driver and earn a spot in your bag.
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