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    PING G400 Driver Lineup


    10,071 shots over 245 hours.

    That's how many and how long it took for MyGolfSpy to crown the PING G400 LST the Most Wanted Driver of 2018.

    And not for nuthin', PING's G400, G400 Max and G400 SFT were also top performing bombers.

    There were an awful lot of outstanding performers in this year's Most Wanted testing, which tells us one thing – while there may not be one driver out there that's best for everyone, there is one driver out there that's best for you. And with four drivers finishing in the top half of our testing, there's a decent chance a PING driver may, in fact, work for you.

    But let's put that premise to the test, shall we?




    Back in school, whether it was math or science class, they always wanted you to check your work. Well, that's what we want you guys to help us out with. We're looking for four of you to test and review (and keep) a PING G400 driver – whichever one you feel best fits your game.

    It could be the low-spinning, Most Wanted champ G400 LST, or it could be the ultra-forgiving and Tour-proven G400 Max, or the standard G400 or the G400 SFT – it's your call. Whichever one it is, we want you to give it a thorough going over and let us know how it performs – for YOU.




    First, head over the PING website (click here), and determine which of the four G400 models best fits your game using PING's nFlight online fitting tool.

    Then, in this thread - and ONLY in this thread - tell us the following:

    1. Your first name and home state/province/country

    ​2. Your current handicap and driver swing speed

    3. Your current driver

    4. The PING G400 model you'd like to review


    Pretty straightforward!


    Good luck, and we'll be announcing the testers in this forum early next week!



    Tim Illinois


    20 hcp 95 mph


    Ping G30 10.5 set to 9.5 Aldila NV green 65r


    G400 Max 9.0 65g R flex


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  2. Hi Everyone,


    I read this article today on golfwrx http://www.golfwrx.com/460144/why-your-clubs-are-most-likely-completely-wrong-for-you/


    The point of the article was that a club fitter used his strike and c.g. locations to fit a player for his iron heads instead of his handicap.


    This started the cogs inside my head on an odd path. I know because I always practice with impact tape, that my strikes are all between the heel and the center of the club face. The grooves on the toes of my irons are as sharp as the day they came out of the factory [emoji1].


    Given that players clubs and especially blades have a c.g. position that is more heel biased, would it make more sense for me to play more "player" centric clubs?


    I need to add two other important details. First I hit the ball way too high with anything lower than a 115 gram shaft. So another good case for clubs with a less friendly c.g.. Last details and it's the kicker, I am a 22 handicap...




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  3. As a starting point, I use the iping app to measure my stroke type. I use that to narrow down what toe hang I should use. Then I go into a store and figure how putter weight affects my distance control. I know I need a lighter putter or I am going to blow everything by. From there I look for my preference like alignment aids and the feel of the face.


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