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Does a newer driver mean it's better? In this video Ali tests the ‘old' Ping G410 against the ‘new' Ping G425. Will it be better? By how much? It can't be worse can it? So like the title says newer driver means better? Ping G425 v Ping G410

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12 thoughts on “PING G425 v PING G410. IS THE NEWER DRIVER BETTER?

  1. I have owned a Ping G410 Driver & hybrids almost since they were introduced. Over the years my swing has improved and like you experience the ball began to hook. From another YouTuber I recently learned that there is a shaft adjustment previously unknown to me – a Flat Setting on the back of the shaft. The issue is just what you experienced – the standard setting sits toe up with a draw bias. I adjusted my shafts to standard flat and went to the driving range and experienced very positive results. I've played two rounds of golf with the flat settings with very good results as well. I've never hit my G410 driver and hybrids this straight. Very pleased with finding out about the flat settings – it straightened out the ball flight. Wanted to share to spread the word that if the ball is hooking too much – simply try setting the shaft to the flat setting. Good Luck to you – it worked for me… 🙂

  2. I had the g400 9 degree with the 65s shaft in it, was incredible. Then I bought the g425 max 9 degree with the same shaft and it was unplayable. Was it because of the weight of the new head?

  3. Sorry,dont like your habit of addressing the ball then moving the club a few inches forward before striking – the ball SHOULD be on the Sweet Spot which you don't ever manage to do ?

  4. Good review. I liked the shootout. I also liked that your swing is not super consistent like some other pros who do these club reviews. It makes it more real for an average golfer.

  5. I had the G410 and I got the new G425 Max and hitting it 40y more and a lot straighter and picked up 2 shots from old iron to getting all new G425 in everything ??

  6. Would love to see the difference between the G425 and the G30. Model to model I am not surprised by the marginal difference, but what about after almost a decade??? Somewhat more realistic for a lot of golfers who do not change drivers in every 2-3 years.

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