PING Drivers Review, Test & Comparison | G410 LST, G400 LST, G LST, G30 LST | Trackman Test

PING has been one of the best golf equipment manufacturers for decades, and it especially shows in its drivers. In this exclusive video, 2nd Swing's Thomas Campbell and Drew Mahowald put PING's driver technology from the past four generations to the test using Trackman technology. This #PING #drivers test and #comparison includes the G410 LST, G400 LST, G LST, and G30 LST.

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22 thoughts on “PING Drivers Review, Test & Comparison | G410 LST, G400 LST, G LST, G30 LST | Trackman Test

  1. I have the G400sft and G410 max. I have increased the loft by +1 on the max but flat setting. Annoying Ping changed the hozels so cant swap shafts to do true comparison. Both have stiff, 410 goes 5+ meters further.

  2. I have had two ping drivers recently – the g30 then the g400. Pity you did not yet have the g425 to compare with. Unfortunately for various reasons I have had better consistency but also preferred the looks, feel and sound of other brands so have since switched out of ping altogether.

  3. I am amazed by Thomas’s consistentcy shot to shot. Has he played any of the tours? He is perfect for these club against club testing and reviews.

  4. Adjust for the differences in club head speed and those drivers are virtually identical and certainly in the hands of us 90-100mph golfers they would be.

  5. Great review! Really nothing between them. On the course you would struggle to find anything there. Maybe in terms of forgiveness? Will definitely have a look at Ping when i decide its time to replace my driver.

  6. Changing the loft sleeve to +0.06 changes the face angle by about 0.09 closed. It changes the static loft by Nothing.

    Too much misconception out there that the actual loft changes by the adapter somehow tilting the head back

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