I just bought a Ping g25 hybrid today. 20*, stiff shaft. This is a great club. I had the 2011 Adams Pro 20* model. It was good but not as forgiving. It gives same ball flight, its penetrating with a slight draw. It is very perfect for me.
Each of the new G25 hybrid Ping, which are available is 17, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degrees, has a center of gravity that helps to create the ideal ball flight. In the low-lofted hybrids, the CG is positioned low and deep to help golfers launch the ball higher and with more spin than their iron equivalents, resulting in more playability and a greater carry distances.
Ping’s higher-lofted hybrids had a tendency to spin too much for most players in the past, leading to shorter carry distances and less control in windy conditions. That’s why the CG of the 23, 27 and 30-degree hybrids creep forward to help golfers reduce spin. With the g25 hybrid, Ping looks to have found a way to add forgiveness to the hardest-to-hit clubs in the bag.
Golfers who like the Ping G25 driver for sale will like the G25 hybrid, because they have a very similar feel at address. I can’t say enough about how good the G25 hybrids look at address. The minimal offset and hybrid shape seem just right, and Ping players will enjoy the seamless transition from a G25 fairway wood to presumably one of Ping’s forgiving iron sets.
The G25 hybrid has a much more traditional shape than the PING G20 Hybrid, which looked more like a driving iron. The mid-level cost of the G25 will appeal to most high-handicap to mid-handicap players who want the latest in all-around performance without breaking the bank.