Ping G Hybrid
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Ping G Hybrid
Long and Forgiving.
Hybrid technology takes a leap forward, highlighted by the G hybrids' innovative tiered internal sole, which helps activate face flexing to power the ball off the face faster for greater distance. The ultra-thin crown allows for a low-back center of gravity to ensure high launch, reduced spin and a higher MOI for maximizing forgiveness.
Variable Face Thickness
The Carpenter 455 Face is hotter to promote faster ball speeds and longer distances.
Tiered Internal Sole
Engages bending across the entire face for more ball speed and longer distance.
Helps with alignment, frames the ball, and inspires confidence.
Alta High-Balance-Point Shaft
Gives more energy, momentum and inertia which means longer, straighter shots.
PING Tour Pros Test the G Hybrid
Ping G Series Hybrid Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The 2016 Ping G Series Hybrid now includes Turbulator Technology like the drivers and fairway woods do. The crown Turbulators and contrast grooves on the face helps provide a captured look and assist in aim alignment, creating a constantly centered impact position. The Carpenter 455 steel face is twice as strong as cast 17-4 stainless. The high-strength steel is precision machined to variable thicknesses, which saves weight and maximizes flexing to generate faster speeds across the face for consistently longer results. The Tiered Internal Sole innovative structure is engineered to activate flexing so the ball deflects faster off the face for added distance.
Who's It For?
With a wide range of different lofts, (17-30 degrees) the G Series Hybrid can be used by players with any type of ability.
The G Series Hybrid like the rest of the G Series line up is simple, clean and very functional. The lack of adjustability was about the only thing missing from this hybrid. Because of this, I felt the head sat up just a touch on the closed side. My results were a consistent, high launching shot with a slight draw that’s very easy to swing. Sound and feel were crisp and solid. I did find the contour of the sole to be interesting. I’ll say that it had quite a bit of a “hockey stick” look to it, meaning the sole was quite flat and a sharp edge at the heel leading back up the shaft (almost a heel shafted putter look). I am not sure about this design on side hill lies but they did this for a reason.
Club Tested: Shaft: Alta 70; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 19°Read the 2016 Hybrids Guide