OLD vs NEW DRIVERS – 14 year old Ping G10 versus a current G425

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TG Test Pro Neil Wain compares a 14 year old Ping G10 driver against a current G425.

Driver face spring has been limited by the rules of golf since 2008, so how can a modern day driver be any better? We compare two leading models, from their respective periods, for ball speed, backspin, carry distance, drop-off and dispersion.

01:08 – How driver design has changed over the last 14 years
03:04 – How driver performance has changed over the last 14 years
05:19 – Ball speed and distance comparison
07:30 – Drop-off and dispersion comparison

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14 thoughts on “OLD vs NEW DRIVERS – 14 year old Ping G10 versus a current G425

  1. There's been several of these tests on other YouTube channels and I didn't want to believe the data. So I took my 2007 Cleveland HiBore XL driver to my local golf shop and asked their pro to hit it. Sure enough, a 1.48 smash factor drive at 110 MPH swing speed resulted in nearly identical ball speed and spin characteristics as the 2023 Srixon driver that's in the bag of the pro who hit it…… It'll be used drivers for me in the future that's for sure. I feel like such a sucker for paying $500+ for what has proven to be nothing more than fancy designs and good marketing.

  2. That g400 has been a die hard driver even for current pros. Bernhard Langer still has the G400 in the bag and Brooke Henderson only let it go just this year.

  3. 9 yards… Considering I can find a Ping G10 driver for $20 at a yard sale, or spend $400 or more on a G425 – and a golf ball can make a 30 yd difference – I AM ALL SET with my G10

  4. I have the G425 LST and really like it. But, sometimes, I game an older Rapture and am surprised that my scores and distances are about the same. The difference is there’s a level of satisfaction in playing well or better with “older” technology.

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