Ping g410 vs g400 fairway wood?

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Date created: Mon, Jun 21, 2021 3:51 AM
Date updated: Fri, Sep 30, 2022 10:45 PM


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  • Compared to the G400 the G410 fairway has had a bit of nip and tuck around the side and has a slightly less rounded rear. The Turbulators are back bigger than ever before to aid the aerodynamics. Ping claim they are also there to help with ball alignment at address, and I see what they are saying, but it is not my favourite alignment device around.

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Driver - Ping G400 LST 8.5* Tour Stiff 65 Fairways - Ping G410 #5 17.5* Evenflow 75 Stiff (set at big minus 16* = 3/4 wood) Hybrids - Ping G 19* #3 Stiff Tour Stiff 90 and Ping G410 24* #4 Tour Stiff 85 Irons - Ping G410 irons 5-PW Nippon N.S.Pro 950 GH Stiff white dot +1/2"

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#ping #g4103wood #lst #subscribeI compare the standard Ping G410 3 Wood against the Ping G410 LST 3 Wood to see if the LST is lower spin than the std head. T...

Seeing the new PING G410 lineup at the 2019 PGA Show I was intrigued – a mix of familiar features and new technologies. When Matt S. subsequently concluded the new PING G410 Plus driver was notably better than his beloved G400 Max I knew the G410 series was more than just marketing hype. Looking to put a new 3 wood in my own bag, I jumped at the opportunity to test the G410 fairway wood.

Ping G410 Fairway Wood Review. By Martin Hopley. Jan 21, 2019. The Ping G410 fairway has undergone a makeover based on tour feedback to create an easier to launch wood with less spin. Apparently Ping's tour players found the previous G400 fairway created too much spin, so the designers lowered the CG by 1.5mm (0.06 inches).

Within the new G410 fairway wood family Ping have really focused on how to deliver solid contact and give the golfer a lot more confidence. They shallowed the face of the G410 compared to the G400 to help golfers hit higher on the face, which equates to higher launch in order to reach what Ping call ‘peak distance potential’.

Fairway woods that steel the show. Ping G410 3-wood. Rightly so, the headlining story with the Ping G410 line is adjustability in the drivers. With easier-to-launch characteristics and more forgiveness than the G400 line, however, the Ping G410 fairway woods shouldn’t be forgotten.

Powered by a forged, maraging steel face, the G410 fairway woods are engineered to launch the ball easily and deliver faster ball speeds on a penetrating trajectory that maximizes distance. A shallower face and efficient CG placement elevate MOI for tighter dispersion.

For fairway drivers there is also a Stretch 3-wood at 13° with a 8cc larger head at 193 cc and a D2 swing weight for those who like throttle back off the tee. Overall the Ping G400 is another solid fairway that is, as usual, well-engineered and delivers excellent results from a slightly lower profile head than average.

However, while the G410’s CG location is lower than last season’s G400 fairway woods, Ping shifted it slightly more forward, so it is better aligned with the portion of the hitting area where golfers tend to hit the ball. This makes the transfer of energy into the shot more effective, for more speed and distance.

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