The new Ping G20 hybrid is designed to cope with a wide range of ground conditions thanks to added bounce and sole camber. The Ping G20 hybrid will be released on August 15th with an rrp of £139.
Compared to the G15 the Ping G20 hybrid is shorter from heel to toe to make the design more visually appealing at address. An offset hosel design helps to create a dynamic launch and low spin, which should help when facing long carries. A large, internal toe weight inside the stainless steel head helps to provide added forgiveness.
The Ping G20 hybrid will be available in 17, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degree lofts. The TF 169H shaft will be available in L, Soft R, R, S and X flexes while the TFC 169H Tour is designed to produce a lower trajectory and is available in R, S and X flexes.
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