Ping Golf's next generation of woods and irons is called G25, and the drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons in the Ping G25 lineup arrive.
The Ping G25 driver for sale has the largest profile and is the most forgiving clubhead design it has offered to date. It certainly has striking looks with its charcoal, non-glare finish. The clubhead is 460cc in volume, titanium, with an ultra-thin crown, but with internal structural support in the crown, sole and skirt intended to create a solid feel and sound. The center of gravity position is lower and deeper than in previous Ping drivers.
Ping G25 hybrid is available: 17 degrees, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degrees. They have stainless steel clubheads with external sole weights to maneuver the CG and improve MOI. Versatility - playability from varying types of lies - is helped by the sole relief and heel-to-toe camber.
The clubs' progressive center-of-gravity positions. That means that the CG location is slightly different for each of the hybrids - lower and farther back in the lower-lofted clubs, slightly forward in the higher lofts. What's the point? Ensure consistent distant gaps between clubs, and desired trajectorie.
The Ping G25 irons for sale come in 3-iron through 9-iron plus pitching wedge, U-wedge (gap wedge), sand wedge and lob wedge. The sole widths are progressive through the set, wider in the long irons for more forgiveness and assistance with launch angle, less-wide in the short irons for control.
The CTP also aligns behind the clubface's impact zone, another way of lowering the center of gravity and boosting MOI. It also helps create a solid impact feel - something Ping addresses in other ways, too: support bars in the cavity, plus a cavity badge, help create solid feel and sound.
Overall, these are brief looks at each of the clubs in the Ping G25 lineup. You can find more info about each at cheap golf clubs online shop.