Ping G400 Driver 9 Stiff
The new Ping G400 driver has been refined to create a more streamlined head shape, with bolder Turbulators and Vortec technology to reduce aerodynamic drag. This highly forgiving the driver features a even hotter forged face for more spring and distance, delivering faster ball speeds and more consistency to your game.
With its smaller and streamlined body, the new PING G400 Driver packs a surprisingly more powerful punch than its predecessor. It replaces the G30 and G families, which were highly successful in their own right, but the manufacturer has taken the initiative to improve the adjustable hosel design and other key elements of the club.
Ping G400 Driver Australia Features:
The G400 driver offers maximum deflection and distance, combined with a CG optimisation for more forgiveness and consistency. The head has been engineered to increase flex, with a forged face which is 6% thinner, 16% more flexing to produce hotter ball speeds across the entire face.
The streamlined design combines with bolder turbulator`s and Vortec Technology to advance aerodynamics (15% less drag) for more club head speed.
PING have created the G400 driver with ultra-thin crown and skirt Dragonfly technology to produce even more weight savings. With a Tungsten sole weight in the deepest CG position to increase the MOI, for increased stability and the highest levels of forgiveness.
Going above and beyond, PING have outdone themselves with precision-tuned frequencies within the internal architecture of the club, producing a more muted and deeper sound. This achievement was based on “music theory,” and the result of computer simulations and extensive research. The final product is a sound that is both satisfying and confidence-building.
Unique Forging Process
The T9S+ face is powered by a patented heat-treatment process and unique forging process that produce a hotter, thinner impact area. To tighten dispersion more than ever before, additional weight was placed strategically, made possible by a thinner and lighter face than that of the club’s predecessor.