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Posted January 21, 2019 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
With a reputation for crafting some of the most forgiving irons on the market, PING has outdone themselves with their new G410 irons and hybrids, which feature a unique combination of forgiveness and distance for players of all skill levels.
For those golfers who prefer a blade-style look with the enhanced performance and forgiveness of a game-improvement iron, the G410s offer a player-preferred compact design with all the technological benefits of an iron intended to improve all facets of your game.
PING engineered the face and cavity structure of the head to deliver faster ball speeds by repositioning the weight on the perimeter of the club, specifically the toe and hosel. This increases the moment of inertia (MOI) by 8%, which means an increase in both forgiveness and distance.
What do all golfers want in an approach shot to the green? Less club. With a shorter iron, most players have more control, feel, and confidence. In order to allow players to hit less club into the green, PING crafted a more flexible, free-moving clubface that amplifies ball speeds and allows for a higher maximum height on shots. This larger flexing zone on the face acts much like a hinge, which produces more consistency and predictability, as well as the increased ball speeds.
In order to promote more control with the wedges, PING uses an extremely precise wheel-cut milling process which was developed first for the PING Glide 2.0 wedge series. Grooves on the PW, UW, SW, and LW are precision machined with a sharper radius, which creates more friction between the clubface and ball for improved spin and trajectory control.
With a stunning Hydropearl 2.0 finish, the G410s offer a crisp, attractive appearance. A slightly shorter blade length, as well as 10% less offset compared to previous models, means a refined shape that inspires supreme confidence at address.
Stock shafts include the Alta CB Red graphite shaft (SR-, R-, and S-flexes) and the AWT 2.0 steel shaft (R-, S-, and XS-flexes).
As “driving irons” are gaining in popularity both on Tour and for everyday golfers, PING introduces their G410 Crossover clubs, a combination iron/hybrid. The Crossover combines the precision and control of an iron with the speed and forgiveness of a hybrid, perfect for a tight driving hole like a narrow par-4 with trouble on both sides.
The stainless steel clubhead sets up square to the ball and offers an exquisite, premium looking club. The face is constructed of thin, maraging steel which helps promote faster ball speeds, while a 30-gram dual-density tungsten toe weight increases MOI which helps reduce twisting at impact for a more forgiving strike. Internal ribs, which are engineered to stiffen the clubhead, also promote a solid feel at impact, as well as an ear-pleasing sound.
Stock shafts include the Alta CB 70 graphite shaft (SR-, R-, S-, and X-flexes), the Tour 85 graphite (R-, S-, and X-flexes), and the AWT 2.0 steel shaft (R-, S-, XS-flexes).