Martin Hopley

The Ping i20 Driver has a neutral set up and a very no-nonsense design. This is not a flamboyant club although the sleek dark looks and nice head shape mean it looks very classy.

The previous i15 driver had a compact feel about it, but with the i20 driver, Ping have increased the forgiveness to move the handicap range for this club up to mid single figures who may have played a G driver in the past.

The two tungsten weights in the sole have dropped the CG giving a penetrating flight and a lovely sound. The Ping TFC shaft also seems a little better than usual and gives a lower flight than the other main option which is the True Temper Project X.

With all the drivers these days being so-adjustable, it is refreshing to hit a driver that sits square, doesn't change and does the job well. We feel that the Ping i20 will be one of the best low handicap drivers in the market and if you have an i15 you should definitely upgrade.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Ping i20 Driver

Ping i20 Driver - Product Details

Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Right Handed Lofts8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Manufacturer's WebsitePing Website

User Reviews

July 2015

I got this a couple years ago.

I'm a mid-handicapper and hit this thing great with the stock Ping driver shaft.

By far the most accurate driver out of the 10 or so I tested.

Much better than the G10 and G20 for me, even though technically that's what the reviews say I should be using.

March 2012

Ping i20 driver- 8.5 loft, 707 shaft (stiff), @ 46.5 inches, +1/16 grip.

Appearance--> black non-glare finish is very appealing, no distractions of any kind at address. Promotes confidence

Feel--> Solid

Performance---> Laser straight and deep.

Overall--> "It's a Ping", everything they make is top quality..

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