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Survive In All Conditions Ping G10 Hybrid Review

April 5, 2011 by  
Filed under Ping Hybrids

As hybrids continue to grow in popularity, PING engineers continue to push technology to advance hybrid versatility and performance. Improvements in shape, sole design and internal weighting properties make the Ping G10 Hybrid easier to hit and give you more options to blend the right combination of hybrids into your set. You can find discount for golf in some of those online stores to save some money from the high performance G10 Hybrid.


The G10 Hybrids are an all stainless steel wood which is going back to what made the G lineup popular. The Rapture, a composite/titanium hybrid wood did not live up to the hype in my opinion and was very expensive. The first thing you see when you set the Ping G10 Hybrid down is one, it keeps a fairly classic head shape for a hybrid, a nice black finish with the same half moon alignment graphic on the crown of the head that the G5 hybrids sported. The heads are fairly shallow and a little longer to help launch the ball a little higher and sooner than previous models.


Discretionary weight from the crown and face is combined into a weight pad running parallel to the ground that positions the center of gravity low and back to increase launch angle and reduce spin. The variable face thickness design is machined and plasma welded for higher ball velocity and consistent response across the hitting area. The Ping G10 Hybrid sole design is tapered and the bounce height is increased in the higher lofted hybrids to provide performance from all conditions.

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