Ping G410 Plus Driver Review
Ping G400 was an extremely popular driver last year, and it continues to be so. Ping have released the Ping G410 Plus driver, which combines all of the forgiveness and adjustability that you’d expect from Ping.
Bubba Watson from PING is already using the G410 driver as a success. Bubba’s accuracy at the tees has greatly improved since taking it home. GolfMagic HQ saw the G410 Plus driver and it immediately made us swoon. There were many great things we had read about this driver.
G410 Plus’s 16g of tungsten weight can be moved in the rear. You can slide the weight to a draw or fade setting which will alter your shot shape by ten yards in the chosen setting. This is what PING drivers are most known for, and the brand doesn’t want it to change. PING has placed the weight in the back of this clubhead, to ensure that the MOI is high. That way you get the same forgiveness as when you buy a PING driver. GolfMagic’s Jack Seddon reviews the PING Golf G410 Plus at Farleigh Golf Club.
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Today we will review the Ping G410 Plus. The review will not be the usual. The review will not be about whether it feels good or looks good. It will simply reflect my subjective opinion.
We are going to dive into the science of the club head, and discuss the actual technology that made this the technologically most advanced driver available.
There is no driver better, more patient, or faster than this one. The science behind this driver is what we’re going talk about.
So, let’s die right into it. My task was to interview some engineers from Ping. These clubs are my favorite.
Ping G410 Plus Driver Review, Photos And More: Clubtest 2020
ClubTest 2020 featured 28 driver reviews and tests. The results below are for the Ping G410 Plus driver.
Price: $500 / BUY NOW Lofts: 9.5@, 10.5@, 12@ Our take: Three weight locations along the perimeter draw, neutral and fade allow 20 yards of draw and fade. The multimaterial, 455cc construction features a forged T9S+ face that’s heat treated to increase face deflection. To improve efficiency, the structure is stiffened by the creased crown.
ClubTester’s view (16-hdcp).
Robot’s take: Performed well for mid-speed players in terms of carry and accuracy. We also forgave heels.
Ping is known for its quality and high performance. However, Ping also emphasizes engineering and forgiveness. After my fitting, the shaft that was recommended was shorter than my previous driver, and it took several swings to get used to the distance I was standing from the ball. The true power of the club was evident once I felt my distance.
If you hit the club in the middle, the “tramponline” effect will be visible on the ball. It’s possible to actually feel the ball come off the club. I was drawn to this club by the “mishits,” not just the good-hit balls. Even when I missed a lot of balls, my dispersion was good and had lots of carry.
My sidespin was lower when I first started using the golf launch monitor. A miss is much more likely to occur if there’s too much side spin. You can miss your shot but still get in the fairway with this club. Even more important, missed shots can help you stay out of trouble in the fairway and penalty areas. Not saying this will eliminate those issues from your game, but I did notice an improvement in my driving accuracy in the weeks that followed my purchase.
Ping G410 Plus men’s drivers have been my greatest asset. With this driver, I’ve eliminated the risk of hitting the wrong side of the fairway. To my left, it was the wrong side. In the past I had misses on both sides. With my driver, I slid the weight all the way to the Fade position, and I am confident I will hit the ball down the middle or with a draw. Although it took some time, you will find that being confident when you have a driver at your side is an important part of your game. It may look strange to some, but this arrangement has been great for me.
The sliding weight seems to be strong against competition. Ideally, the sliding weight appears to reduce shot bias and have little effect on forgiveness.
Even though this driver was launched in 2019, it is still a high quality driver in the Ping Golf lineup. This review was enjoyed. Please visit our website frequently for updates about the latest golf products, training aids, and gadgets.
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Review of the Ping G410 Plus driver. The video features a standard shaft and 10.5-degree heads to demonstrate the improvement over last year’s G400. Watch out for our future videos, where we’ll properly fit this driver to get the right loft, setting and shaft for its maximum potential.
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