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Ping G30 Low Spin – Sneak Preview

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Pingg30lsHere is a sneak peak of the soon-to-be introduced Ping G30 LS (Low Spin). The Ping G30 was the best performing and best selling driver nationwide (and I also believe in Europe) for good reason – forgiveness & distance. Typically Ping would introduce the next I series of driver (I-30) as the I series is typically geared towards the lower handicap golfer looking for less spin. Well this time around Ping has decided to tweak the G-30 by introducing the low-spin version which will debut next week at the PGA show. From what I’ve seen it basically looks Identical to the G30 but under the hood it offers lower spin along with a lower more penetrating ball flight. I will post more information from the show next week.  Here is a link to Zak’s article on the G-30LS

 

  • Lofts: 9 and 10.5 degrees (RH or LH)
  • Head Size: 460 cc
  • Shafts: Ping TFC 419D (45.75 inches — SR, R, S and X flexes), Ping Tour 65 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes), Ping Tour 80 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes)
  • Swing Weight: D3 (head weighs 206 grams)

 

 

 

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Andrew is proud to sit on the National Fitters Board with Callaway Golf and has been proudly designated as one of the top 100 fitting centers by Golf Digest ever since this prestigious designation began back in 2010.

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Ping G30 Low Spin – Sneak Preview

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Here is a sneak peak of the soon-to-be introduced Ping G30 LS (Low Spin). The…

Pingg30lsHere is a sneak peak of the soon-to-be introduced Ping G30 LS (Low Spin). The Ping G30 was the best performing and best selling driver nationwide (and I also believe in Europe) for good reason – forgiveness & distance. Typically Ping would introduce the next I series of driver (I-30) as the I series is typically geared towards the lower handicap golfer looking for less spin. Well this time around Ping has decided to tweak the G-30 by introducing the low-spin version which will debut next week at the PGA show. From what I’ve seen it basically looks Identical to the G30 but under the hood it offers lower spin along with a lower more penetrating ball flight. I will post more information from the show next week.  Here is a link to Zak’s article on the G-30LS

 

  • Lofts: 9 and 10.5 degrees (RH or LH)
  • Head Size: 460 cc
  • Shafts: Ping TFC 419D (45.75 inches — SR, R, S and X flexes), Ping Tour 65 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes), Ping Tour 80 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes)
  • Swing Weight: D3 (head weighs 206 grams)

 

 

 

Andrew Hodson

Andrew is proud to sit on the National Fitters Board with Callaway Golf and has been proudly designated as one of the top 100 fitting centers by Golf Digest ever since this prestigious designation began back in 2010.

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Ping G30 Low Spin – Sneak Preview

Read Article

Pingg30lsHere is a sneak peak of the soon-to-be introduced Ping G30 LS (Low Spin). The Ping G30 was the best performing and best selling driver nationwide (and I also believe in Europe) for good reason – forgiveness & distance. Typically Ping would introduce the next I series of driver (I-30) as the I series is typically geared towards the lower handicap golfer looking for less spin. Well this time around Ping has decided to tweak the G-30 by introducing the low-spin version which will debut next week at the PGA show. From what I’ve seen it basically looks Identical to the G30 but under the hood it offers lower spin along with a lower more penetrating ball flight. I will post more information from the show next week.  Here is a link to Zak’s article on the G-30LS

 

  • Lofts: 9 and 10.5 degrees (RH or LH)
  • Head Size: 460 cc
  • Shafts: Ping TFC 419D (45.75 inches — SR, R, S and X flexes), Ping Tour 65 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes), Ping Tour 80 (45.25 inches — R, S and X Flexes)
  • Swing Weight: D3 (head weighs 206 grams)

 

 

 

Andrew Hodson

Andrew is proud to sit on the National Fitters Board with Callaway Golf and has been proudly designated as one of the top 100 fitting centers by Golf Digest ever since this prestigious designation began back in 2010.

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