When there is improvement, there must be comparison. In golf field, once of there are new series coming out, we all love to compare them with the previous or old series. Why we do this? Because we always want to get some difference or similarity to jude whether the new series golf clubs for sale are better or not so that we can make a decision on which to choose to improve our game.
And the comparison is easily to be found between 2 difference series but the same golf brand. Among so many golf clubs for sale, I want to talk about the hot Ping G30 Driver and Ping G25 Driver. As a golf player, actually, I have used both of the 2 drivers above. Now, let’s get some more details below:
The Ping G30 launch is a particularly interesting one for me. I have tested almost every driver that has been launched in the last seven years. I have been using the Ping G25 driver for sale UK since the first day it was launched in January 2013. I have found models that offer around five yards of added yardage out of the middle of the club but for consistency, forgiveness and overall performance I’ve found nothing to rival the G25.
With this in mind I was intrigued to see what the Ping G30 Driver for Sale would have to offer. Visually the head is a familiar Ping G shape, slightly more rounded than the Ping G25 driver, so not as long from the top edge to the back of the crown, which gives it a shape that is reminiscent of the Ping G30. The turbulators on the crown are the obvious visual change to what was previously a very clean looking head at address. Surprisingly this change isn’t distracting at all. Instead it makes it clear where the face is pointing when over the ball.
Claims that the turbulators will increase swing speed and therefore ball speed were undoubtedly proven to be true during my testing. Carry distance through the air was consistently around 5 yards longer than with my old Ping G25 Driver. Most impressively this has been achieved without sacrificing any forgiveness whatsoever.
The added adjustability of five loft settings instead of three will prove most beneficial when being fitted. The Ping custom fitting process is already impressive but the ability to add or takeaway up to a full degree of loft will allow the expert fitters to dial in the setup that is just right.
While new driver models often offer slight tweaks to the previous design the Ping G30 Driver offered me obvious distance gains without having to sacrifice any of the already impressive forgiveness. These gains were clear during on course testing, even before a launch monitor backed up the gains. The ability to select a head and wide range of loft and stock shaft combinations means that the Ping G30 driver could prove an excellent option for many.
Till now, you must know the result. Yes, I finally chosen the new Ping G30 Driver instead of G25. Though G25 is also an excellent driver for distance and forgiveness, I still prefer G30‘s new design. It depends on my real feeling when test them in hands. Then I know it is just the one I am looking for.