The Ping G30 driver is available in 9- and 10.5-degree lofts. It is designed to improve the way the air flows around the clubhead.
The ping g30 driver released shows several new features：
First, the G30 expands its range of adjustability, offering five settings that change the loft by plus/minus one degree.
Second, the G30 utilizes two kinds of titanium in the head. There's Ti 8-1-1 in the body and crown, while a new, higher strength-to-weight ratio T9S titanium used in the face means it can be made thinner and lighter, saving four grams to be redistributed throughout the head.
Third, the saved weight allows for the club's center of gravity to be lower and farther back than any previous Ping driver.
Fourth, the G30 line includes a heel-weighted and lighter swing weight SF Tec version of the driver that's designed to combat a slice.
Finally, the G30 continues the company's high-balance-point shaft technology, which features a center of gravity in the shaft that's closer to the hands to increase a player's ability to swing the ping g25 irons faster.
The result, according to a study Ping engineers will present at this month's Conference of the International Sports Engineering Association, is an average increase in clubhead speed of nearly 1 mile per hour when compared with a similar G30 head design without the crown features.