High balance point shaft Design Ping G20 Driver

With the developing of golf market, Ping company create the Ping G20 Driver that more satisfy the people’s meet. PING G20 driver delivers that kind of performance it's built to deliver a nice blend.
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Dec. 1, 2011 - PRLog -- Nowadays, the world is developing so fast, and full of competition in every where. If you want live better in the world. You need to work hard to suit the situation. Look at the golf market, TaylorMade, Callaway; Mizuno and Ping compete with each other, they want to create much better golf to satisfy the market and hold the market.


Ping company product the hot sale lines of G20. As a general rule PINGs aren't the prettiest-looking clubs, but looks aren't everything. Although it helps to have a driver that has an appearance that inspires confidence while you're standing over the ball, high-level performance is even more important. And the Ping G20 Driver delivers that kind of performance. In fact, it's built to deliver a nice blend of forgiveness and power. Along the way, it also manages to have some reasonably-decent looks. Holding the G20 in your hand makes you just stare at the club in wonderment. You notice a powerful yet elegant shape made of titanium that just wants you to unleash it on some poor unsuspecting golf ball.

Ping has built a club that will forgive those slight over the top swing flaws, or a little too handsy pull hooks. Still, make no mistake, if you are unable to correct a vicious over the top move, and serve up more slices than Tony's Pizza Parlour. The G20 driver has a heavier head than G15 (7 grams more than standard) for greater force at impact. Cheap golf club sets the reconfigured clubhead — 5 percent higher moment of inertia on heel or toe hits — combines with a light, 45.75-inch "high-balance point" shaft (TFC 169D or TFC 169D Tour) to boost clubhead speed and, thus, distance. Specifically, the TFC 169D shaft has more flexible tip and butt sections for softer feel. The driver comes in 8.5-, 9.5-, 10.5- and 12-degree lofts. I tried a 10.5-degree driver with a regular flex shaft. That is well above average, but gone are the days of 7.5* Tour Models, and 13.5* High Launch models. Ping of course offers a litany of custom shaft options as well, but again, The TFC 169 model fits these very well. There is also a "Tour Model" version of the shaft, but my hands, wrists, and shoulders say it's the same shaft that's been tip trimmed for stiffness and lower launch.

Ping G20 Driver Main Features:
>High launch/low spin characteristics maximize distance and accuracy
>Club head is made from a Ti 8-1-1 lighter low density alloy for high strength to weight ratio
>Additional weight is strategically placed around the horizontal and vertical axis to increase MOI
>Variable wall thickness on face and crown
>High balance point shaft allows you to swing more weight/mass at the same speed

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