10 Best Ping Clubs Of All Time

Ping has created some of the most innovative products seen in the golf industry

Six Ping golf clubs through the years in a montage
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Ping is one of the most famous brands in golf and some of its products down the years have been truly innovative.

From the pioneering Anser putter to the Eye 2 irons and G2 driver, Ping clubs have been used by some of the biggest names in golf as well as club golfers around the wold.

We list some of our favourite Ping clubs through the years...

10 Best Ping Clubs Of All Time

Anser Putter

Ping Anser putter

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No putter has more worldwide victories than the Ping Anser. Over the last 40 or so years this iconic design has notched up more than 500 wins on the major professional tours, and they’re still coming.

The idea for the Anser came to Karsten Solheim in a flash of inspiration. So sudden was the brainwave that he had to sketch the design on the nearest thing to hand: the dust jacket of a long-playing record.

The name came from Karsten’s wife Louise who suggested it was the “Answer” to putting. In order to fit the name on the back of the blade the W was left out, hence: Anser. It's one of the best putter designs of all time and is still being made today, ranking among the best putters on the market.

Eye 2 irons and wedge

Ping Eye 2 iron

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The Eye 2 irons and wedges have achieved legendary status amongst avid golfers. Incredibly, they're still being used sparsely at golf clubs today despite being well over 30 years old. They're definitely some of the best Ping irons ever made.

The huge face and groove area may have even inspired the full-face wedges we've seen making a return in recent years.

Eye 2 Driver

Ping Eye 2 driver


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The original Eye 2 driver came out in the early 80s and is another to have achieved legendary status.

It's not actually persimmon, in fact laminated maple.

G15 Irons

Ping G15 irons

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The G15 irons from 2009 debuted Ping's 'Custom Tuning Port' which allowed the face to be thinner, weight to be put in around the perimeter and the MOI to increase.

They were a hit with club golfers due to their forgiveness and distance, with many sets likely still in use today.

G2 Driver

Ping G2 driver

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Ping's 2002 G2 driver was one of the first 460cc driver heads on the market and made waves on Tour and in the amateur game.

It was still in the bag for many players 10 years on and came with a great feel, unique sound and easy alignment.

Some 20+ years on, Ping's 'G' series is still going and their drivers are still some of the best on the market.

G430 LST Driver

Ping G430 LST driver

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From the G2 all the way to the G430 range! The LST model is now part of the range, which stands for 'Low Spin Technology' to mainly cater for the faster-swinging players.

The 2023 G430 LST driver had a tough job of improving on the popular G425 range, but it did so thanks a Carbonfly wrap to save weight and a much improved sound and feel. It's among the best golf drivers on the market.

S55 Irons

Ping S55 Irons

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The S55 irons came out in 2013 and were Ping's first accomplished better player irons to get widespread use on tour and among low-handicap amateurs.

They were so good that many still play them and Bubba Watson only took them out of the bag in late 2018 after five years of using them.

Craz-e putter

Ping Craz-e putter

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The CRAZ-E putter began in the G2i range and has been seen in many iterations since.

The design was a bold one at the time and the originals are now iconic with the silver/blue colorway. It was a forgiving mallet that club golfers loved - another of Ping's clubs that will still be in many bags today.

TiSi Driver

Ping TiSi Driver

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The TiSi titanium driver first hit shelves in the late 90s and had a head size of 330cc.

It was said to be the longest driver in the world at the time, with players using it at the World Long Drive Championship.

G Crossover

Ping G Crossover

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Hybrids bridged the gap between irons and fairway woods but Ping's original G Crossover did this in a unique way.

The next generation, the G400 Crossover, improved upon the original too - a great club for people who don't enjoy hitting long irons or hybrids but still wanted forgiveness.

Elliott Heath
News Editor

Elliott Heath is our News Editor and has been with Golf Monthly since early 2016 after graduating with a degree in Sports Journalism. He manages the Golf Monthly news, features, courses and travel sections as well as our large Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. He covered the 2022 Masters from Augusta National as well as four Open Championships on-site including the 150th at St Andrews. His first Open was in 2017 at Royal Birkdale, when he walked inside the ropes with Jordan Spieth during the Texan's memorable Claret Jug triumph. He has played 35 of our Top 100 golf courses, with his favourites being both Sunningdales, Woodhall Spa, Western Gailes, Old Head and Turnberry. He has been obsessed with the sport since the age of 8 and currently plays at West Byfleet Golf Club in Surrey, where his handicap index floats anywhere between 2-5. His golfing highlights are making albatross on the 9th hole on the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa, shooting an under-par round, playing in the Aramco Team Series on the Ladies European Tour and making his one and only hole-in-one at the age of 15 - a long time ago now!


Elliott is currently playing:


Driver: Titleist TSR4

3 wood: Titleist TSi2 HL

Irons: Mizuno MP-H4 3-iron, Mizuno MP5 4-PW

Wedges: Cleveland RTX ZipCore 50, 54, 58

Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG #5