My Saturday group all poked a little fun at me until it came time to divide the money after the round. I took it to the course and at first I was really fighting a hook. I very much enjoyed my lunchtime outing to the range. But have you ever wondered if the reason why you are not consistent when hitting off the tee box is because you are using the same golf club that the pros use, and not a golf club made for amateurs. The weight placement produces low amounts of spin, reducing the amount of slice or hook imparted on a ball.
The best driver I have owned so far. My brother said I better never get rid of this driver and if I do it better be to him. Much better than my old R9 460. Perceptions and subjectivity are nothing more than just that. So the question is this guy consistently longer than the G15 without sacrificing forgiveness? We had some fun this summer and we did a focus group on Drivers. The reason I wrote in this section about this is because the golfing public gets hoodwinked by clever advertising and over-hyped manufacturers who are hawking their goods for sales dollars. Most of all Tony believes in performance over hype and PowerToThePlayer.
I almost bought it that season, hell that day. The Cobra F8 Driver is an outstanding club that is perfect for players who want more speed, forgiveness, distance, and adjustability. Maybe just the performance score should be posted because 89. Made my first Eagle this year. The initial sound off the clubhead is a little tinny, not a loud clank like some of the square drivers or a few from Cobra that actually hurt my ears but definitely not muted. I admit to having a Ping bias as I think they have always had a game improvement slant for us hackers 15 H.
Surprises on the course is almost never a good thing. Whenever I walk on with a group of strangers, 75% of them are gaming Pings. Tester Perceived Forgiveness Score: 86. When a driver is capable of lowering your handicap, you know you have something special. They didn't try to upsell me, infact, the G20 was 100 beans less then other drivers I played.
The shaft really made the difference. Detailed data for each and every shot for which we collected data is now viewable in the. When in the market for a custom fit club, why not start with the manufacturer that helped usher in the custom fitting era of golf for everyone? I actually hit the G20 too real quick once as our Ping rep was cleaning up his stall at my club. If it looks Good, for some crazy ass reason i hit good. The better the condition the higher value given for the item.
As far as distance goes… I used my sky caddie to mark off 3 of my drives. Just picked up my new G20 driver in 9. But right now the Ping Anser is long and straight and I been sneaky long. I became a G15 convert after reading mutiple great reviews and it has proved to be the absolute best driver I have used. It is long, it is straight, and it is consistent. The 6 golfers for whom we collected detailed performance data were asked to hit a series of shots on our 3Track Equipped simulators from.
I just purchased the Ping G20 and found it to be the best Ping driver I have ever hit. I actually went back to the G10 4wood from the G20. You know, the G15 I have is a very great performing club and have been totally satisfied with the forgiveness and length. I currently play the TiSi Tec 7deg stiff… a mid-size 323cc head that I avg. I found the feel of it to be really hard and so different than the G15. Tester Likelihood of Purchase: 72.
Ping has been great to work with on this issue but no one understands it. October 1st I dented the face. Thinking of making a trade for a G20 for my alpha. Edwin Watts is my new golf store, I will have a hard time going elsewhere. We have a demo Anser at the local muny here in town were I work at on Sundays. Still, the G20 would be at the top of my list to demo if I was buying. Got my second in November direct from Ping with the same loft only X-Stiff Tour shaft this time.
Ping is no different and certainly not inferior. Hopefully the tour shaft will lower the flight of the ball. However, I realized that my concerns were unfounded, and my accuracy stayed the same as when I hit my normal driver. If so…what were your thoughts? This information, which we also collected from our performance testers, is used as the foundation for our total subjective score. I am regularly just as long as the G20, G15, and G10 in my regular group. I have been losing so many strokes to penalty and out of bounds from slices from the tee box. When the staff are allowed to test drivers, the G20 came out as one of the favorites as far as just sound and feel.
Just tell me how different is the Ping5 from the Ping10? It was a decision I had thought about for over a year. I had only played occasionally in charity tournaments or on vacation, playing maybe once a year. Also tried the 3 wood and loved it also. With the Ping G20 which I had recently bought, I was able to hit a more straighter path launch with a little more distance added. But after hitting the G20 at the driving range, I found that the ball took off much higher, and dropped ever so slightly. Sneaky long is right, plus I get tons of roll out. .