Old tech v new tech, which will perform better. Ping G10 Driver v Cobra Rad Speed.

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29 thoughts on “PING G10 DRIVER v COBRA KING RAD SPEED DRIVER old versus new

  1. I bought a 2021 Cobra Speedzone and love it, but my 2005 Mizuno Titanium Tzoid still stays in the bag. The feel and sound of a perfectly struck titanium driver is still best with me

  2. This is misleading at best; you have a good swing and hit close to center all the time while the same cant be said for 90% of all golfers in the world. The new drivers have a larger sweetspot and are massively more forgiving off the heel and toe shots.

  3. It (Ping G10) was/is a very good driver, I sometimes wonder why I traded mine in for the G400, the newer driver doesn’t seem to hit it any further, just the G400 dispersion is tighter/more forgiving and it’s adjustable.

  4. I think it's just the forgiveness thats gotten better in drivers really, unless the person is working out then theyre not gonna swing it faster or get a faster ball speed when theres rules governing how springy they can male the face

  5. Makes sense. They've been maxed out at .830 COR for awhile now. Where the gains have come from are MOI (basically forgiveness). Should probably test apples to apples with a current PING G425. See how each does on off center hits.

  6. I still play this driver after being fitted at ping when released. Am looking at being refit but unless the gains make a huge difference I cannot justify the spend on new one.

  7. Generally love your content but find this "comparison" a bit misleading…kinda like manufacturers promising 10 more yards every new release. You hit it very close to the middle all the time and your swing speed is consistent. It's no surprise, given equipment regulations, that both drivers have pretty much idental numbers. Now what about your average amateur who hits it out the heel, toe, bottom and top of the face but rarely directly in the centre? Surely forgiveness is as big a part of driver evolution for your normal golfer. Yes the diff might not be staggeringly large but I don't think 12 years of driver evolution boils down to a new lick of paint which seems to be what's implied

  8. As someone who always loved golf, but never really played much since my teens (and even back then only played a couple times) and who decided at 43 when the pandemic hit that it was time to become a golf addict, I wish I knew this about old clubs before I started dropping $450, $300, $300, $280 on my Ping G400 driver, 3w, 5w and 4HB!!!!! My credit card would be a lot more happy.

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