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Have Ping G20 Driver good luck  
By maomao12 on Sep 08, 2012 02:27 AM
Ping have been known for their quality wholesale golf clubs. The new Ping G20 is no exception.

Distance is generated with a new version of Ping's proprietary high-balance-point shaft technology.
Clubface is larger, creating more forgiveness across the hitting area and the G20's head rotation is neutral, allowing the golfer to deliver the clubface straight at impact.

Ping G20 features large exter-nal weight-ing that helps launch the ball high with low spin for maximum distance and accuracy. Ping's high- balance-point TFC 169D shaft enables the golfer to swing a club head with more mass at the same speed, cre-at-ing a higher MOI and gen-er-at-ing faster ball speeds for long, straight drives.

On the surface, the G20 is 2 grams heavier than the G15, but it actually feels lighter when you swing the it. This is mainly due to the balance point being located to a different place in the shaft. Because it feels lighter, one would be inclined to assume that you would be able to generate more clubhead speed.

The reconfigured clubhead 5 percent higher moment of inertia on heel or toe hits combines with a light, 45.75-inch "high-balance point" shaft (TFC 169D or TFC 169D Tour) to boost clubhead speed and, thus, distance. Specifically, the TFC 169D shaft has more flexible tip and butt sections for softer feel.

With the Ping G20 driver cheap building on the technology developed to enhance mid to high handicappers ability to hit it farther and straight. At the recent Open Championship, the G20 driver was Ping's most popular model, with nine in play.

To sum up, the Ping G20 is the better driver than the previously manufactured Ping drivers with its feel, launch angle and low spin. This driver is fit for a beginning or a medium-handicap golfer.
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