Ping G410 Plus Driver Review
Ping’s G400 Driver was a hit last year and became one of the most popular on the market. Ping’s G410+ Driver is a new driver that offers the same level of forgiveness as top performing drivers, but with more adjustability.
Bubba Watson from PING is already using the G410 driver as a success. Bubba’s accuracy at the tees has greatly improved since taking it home. When the G410 Plus driver arrived at the GolfMagic HQ, it was definitely a driver that had us talking as we’d heard a lot of good things about this big stick.
G410 Plus’s 16g of tungsten weight can be moved in the rear. Adjusting the weight setting to draw or fade will change the shot shape. This can alter the distance by 10 yards. What PING drivers are best known for is how forgiving they are, so the brand didn’t want to lose that aspect making it adjustable. To keep the MOI high, the weight was placed at the back of the clubhead. This ensures that you still get all the forgiveness and control you would expect from a PING drievr. Check out the video below as GolfMagic’s Jack Seddon tests the PING G410 Plus at Farleigh Golf Club:
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All right, so today we’re going to do a review of the Ping G410 Plus driver. We’re not just going to give you a typical review. The review will not be about whether it feels good or looks good. It will simply reflect my subjective opinion.
The science and technology of club heads will be discussed.
It’s unlikely that you’ll find any driver who’s more fiery, forgiving or better than this driver. That’s because we will be discussing the actual science involved in that.
So, let’s die right into it. It was a question-and-answer session with Ping engineers. They are great clubs.
Ping G410 Plus Driver Review, Photos And More: Clubtest 2020
ClubTest 2020 saw us test and review 28 drivers in order to help you choose the best one. The results below are for the Ping G410 Plus driver.
Prices: 500 / BUY HERE Lofts: [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] Our Take: There are three weight points along the perimeter that allow for 20 yards of draw or fade. Built from multimaterials, the 455cc construction includes a forged T9S+-face that has been heat treated for increased face deflection. A creased crown design stiffens structure to enhance efficiency of the head.
Robot’s Take: Performs well for players of mid speed in terms accuracy and carry. Heel hits are also to be forgiven.
It’s a must-try simply because Ping promises quality and performance, while focusing on engineering and forgiveness. It took me several swings before I got used to how far the shaft was from the ball. You could begin to feel the real power and forgiveness with this club once you had your distance.
This club is located in the center clubface. You will feel the “tramponline” effect. You can actually feel the ball coming off of the club. What was most impressive was not the well struck balls, it was the “mishits” that really sold me on this club. Even with balls I hit poorly, my dispersion was not bad and still had plenty of carry.
My sidespin was lower when I first started using the golf launch monitor. More side spin means more misses. With this club you might miss the shot, but still be in the fairway. More importantly, the misses can keep you out of the woods and the penalty areas. This will not eliminate these issues but I was able to see a significant improvement in my driving precision in the few weeks after my purchase.
The biggest benefit that I have received from the Ping G410 Plus men’s driver is that I have eliminated the right side of the golf course with this driver. In the past, my misses were to both the right and left side of the course, and I could literally hit it anywhere from the tee box. I was able to shift the weight up to Fade with the driver. Now I know I can either hit it down the middle, or I will draw. Although it took some time, you will find that being confident when you have a driver at your side is an important part of your game. Although it may sound strange, this setup has really worked well for me.
It seems to also hold its own against competitors. Ideally, the sliding weight seems to increase shot bias but seems to have no impact on forgiveness.
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Our initial review of the Ping G410 Plus driver! We use the stock shaft with an angle of 10.5 degrees head in this video to show what changes have been made since last year’s G400. For future videos we will fit and adjust this driver properly to maximize its potential.
.Ping G410 Plus Driver Review