Ping G15 Driver vs. Ping G20 driver

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It's been nearly two years since Ping unveiled its last G series driver, the G15, so as insiders know, it's just about time for the next version to land. Well, the Ping G20 driver already has landed.

An image appears on the USGA's list of conforming drivers, which is updated every Monday. Four different lofts (8.5 degrees, 9.5, 10.5 and 12) are included in the entry on the USGA's list. In additon, it's expected the driver will be making the rounds this week on the PGA Tour at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.

The Ping G15 driver is engineered for golfers seeking a maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING’s patented ultra thin crown technology. Weight savings from the thin crown are positioned as an external sole weight to optimize the center of gravity for higher trajectories and reduced spin.

A larger face is designed to increase ball speed and provide consistency across the entire hitting surface. The new PING-designed TFC 149D high balance point shaft allows for a five gram increase in head mass (without increasing swingweight or overall weight) which results in higher ball speeds and an increased moment of inertia.

The cheap g20 driver will feature further development in the innovation started by the cheap G15 driver, most notably the high-balance-point shaft designed to redistribute mass into the clubhead while maintaining the same overall weight and swing weight.

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