Martin Hopley
By Martin Hopley

The Ping G25 hybrid features a new dark, non-glare finish and is designed to produce optimum trajectory and distance.

The new look G-range hybrid has a progressive CG (centre of gravity) position throughout the 6-loft options. The CG is lower and farther back in the stronger lofted models and slightly forward in the higher lofts.

An external sole weight keeps the weight of the club low and back, elevating the MOI to provide greater forgiveness and longer shots. Along with the upgrading weighting, the G25 hybrid has a generous camber heel-to-toe relief that adds to the playability and ensures solid contact from a variety of lies.

The large hitting surface on the G25 hybrid combines with a thin clubface, producing higher ball speeds and creating forgiveness across the face. A squared-up toe and heel improves the look of the G25 at address, and added to the new dark finish creates a look that is easy to align and improves confidence.

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Ping G25 Hybrid - Product Details

Launch UK15 February 2013
Launch USA15 February 2013
Handicap Range
Low
High
GolferMens
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
MaterialSteel
Swing WeightD1
Shaft NameTFC 189H
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft WeightSoft Regular (73g), Regular (76g), Stiff (77g), Tour Stiff (82g), Tour X-Stiff (87g)
Grip360 ID8
Number/Loft2/17°, 3/20°, 4/23°, 5/27°, 6/31°
Manufacturer's WebsitePing Website

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