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New Ping G20 Driver Pics & Details

Our first look of the Ping G20 Drivers! The USGA recently tested and approved a right-handed and left-handed models in 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees. These are black and white pictures – but give you a good idea of what these highly-guarded new clubs look like!

Enjoy!

Update: Here’s some details for you guys: The new Ping Driver is expected to hit retail stores in mid-August, as a MSRP of $350 (not too shabby if I do say so myself).  This driver features a 5% increase in MOI due to the head shape, a 460CC head (despite it looking even more massive) and is accompanied with either a TFC 169D or TFC 169D Tour shaft to produce a softer feel. When compared head-to-head against the G15, the G20 produced a 0.75 degree increase in launch angle, with 200 RPM less spin, and 1MPH increased ball speed off center hits. Not a huge difference if you ask this golfer, but who knows – the tour guys are already playing this driver, after it’s release at the Fedex St. Jude Classic… so it’s gotta be good.

Update: We’ve also recently added a color picture of this Ping G20 Driver as well from MyGolfSpy.

 

Ping Golf G20 Driver Pics 2011

Ping Golf G20 Driver Pics 2011

Ping G20 Driver Pics

 

 

 

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  1. Regardless of its performance its similarity to the previous lines, I think it still looks cool. Not the most original, but I’m pretty sure the higher ups were the ones pulling the strings to get an upgraded G15 aesthetic as opposed to an entirely new aesthetic. It’s not without merit to try and retain some legacy aspects of the line, but you can’t stay too long or it will get stagnant.

  2. I bought the half-pipe because it made it easier to line up putts and didn’t cost an arm and leg. I was using a scotty camron but had trouble lining up left-to-right putts. Missed a lot of those putts low. With the half pipe I have a lot more confidence that my line is good. http://fotofest.com.uaThe soft face has a nice feel but is very narrow from top to bottom. Lets you know big time when you hit the ball too high or low on the club which is good – helps me improve.

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