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When discussing innovative equipment in golf, it is imperative to include Ping golf clubs. In fact, any conversation on this topic should arguably commence with this legendary company.

The story of Ping traces back to 1959 when Karsten Solheim, a frustrated golfer and General Electric engineer, began experimenting with putter designs in his garage. Solheim reimagined traditional construction by creating a center-shafted, perimeter-weighted putter that stood apart from anything seen before.

The remarkable success of Solheim's Ping putter continued to soar. The company eventually expanded its offerings to include irons and other clubs. This established PING as one of the prominent brands in the golf industry.

As you might expect, an impressive stable of tour pros carry Ping golf clubs and putters. Elite players such as Tony Finau, Viktor Hovland, Tyrell Hatton, and Harris English all have PING clubs in the bag. PGA Tour newcomers like Sahith Theegala, Corey Connors, and Cameron Champ also use PING clubs.

PING golf clubs also have a significant presence on the LPGA Tour, with several professional golfers choosing to use PING equipment. Some notable LPGA pros who use PING golf clubs are Bianca Pagdanganan, Brooke Henderson, Leona Maguire, and Jennifer Kupcho.

Ping has been at the forefront of clubfitting, groove design and other innovations over the years. Now based in Phoenix, Ariz., Ping continues turning out highly praised drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges and, of course, putters. You can find a complete inventory of new and used Ping golf clubs right here at GlobalGolf.

Let’s look at some of Ping’s recent offerings.

G430, 2023

G430 clubs offer exceptional performance and forgiveness.

The PING G430 woods, including drivers and fairway woods, offer impressive performance and notable advancements. The PING G430 MAX fairway wood stands out for its excellent ball speed, forgiveness, and versatility. It features a moderate address look with subtle changes compared to its predecessor. The main features include a carbon fiber crown and simplified alignment aid.

A standout in the new G430 line are the G430 irons, featuring a lower CG, stronger lofts, and a thinner face. This results in faster ball speeds and increased distance without sacrificing forgiveness.

An all new PurFlex cavity badge is also used to contribute to the longest iron ever produced by PING. A tungsten toe and shaft tip weights enhance the club's MOI for improved forgiveness. Finally, a Hydropearl 2.0 chrome finish provides consistency in various conditions.

i525 Irons, 2022

The i525 irons offer a powerful design with a forged, maraging-steel face that increases speed and distance. The variable-thickness face structure and internal sole undercut in the stainless steel body enhance flexing for improved launch speed.

Tungsten toe and shaft tip weights optimize perimeter weighting for added forgiveness and accuracy. Micromax grooves reduce fliers and preserve spin. Additionally, a compact profile and Hydropearl 2.0 finish enhances aesthetics and performance in different conditions.

Glide 4.0 Wedges, 2022

The Glide 4.0 Wedges provide added ball speed, distance, and stopping power for approach shots. The G430 wedges feature Carbonfly Wrap, a lightweight composite crown that lowers the CG and increases forgiveness.

Facewrap technology enhances flexing and generates faster ball speed, while Spinsistency reduces spin for improved distance. The Trajectory Tuning 2.0 allows for loft and lie adjustments, optimizing trajectory for maximum accuracy. PING offers a range of shaft options to suit different launch preferences.

PLD Putters, 2022

PING engineered the PLD Putters to deliver exceptional performance on the greens. These putters feature precision-milled grooves for consistent roll and reduced skidding. The PLD putters offer adjustable loft and lie angles to customize your setup.

PING offers various shaft options for the PLD Putters. These options include the PING Alta CB Black and PING Tour 2.0 Chrome, catering to different stroke preferences.

G425, 2021

The follow-up to Ping’s highly successful G410 series is the G425. This lineup includes the G425 MAX, LST and SFT drivers and fairway woods.

Ping calls its MAX versions the most forgiving in golf thanks to a 26-gram, moveable tungsten weight. The LST models cater to better players and generate a lower trajectory. The SFT is draw-biased to give slicers a fighting chance.

Ping also introduced G425 hybrids, crossover hybrids and irons. The hybrids boast a modified face curvature to create more spin on shots struck low on the club. The crossovers feature extreme heel-toe weighting to ratchet up forgiveness.

Ping also introduced G425 hybrids, crossover hybrids and irons. The hybrids boast a modified face curvature to create more spin on shots struck low on the club. The crossovers feature extreme heel-toe weighting to ratchet up forgiveness.

Ping 2021 Putters

PING released a range of impressive putters in 2021, designed to enhance performance and provide consistency on the greens. These putters feature multi-material construction and utilize a soft, responsive dual-durometer insert. These features span across 11 different models, including blades, mid-mallets, and mallets.

Notable models among the lineup is the timeless Anser putter. This model offers forgiveness through its heel-toe tungsten weighting and easy alignment. With rounded corners, softer ballast surfaces, and a center line alignment aid, Anser is always a go-to.

Other models, such as the Anser 2 and Anser 4, provide variations in profile and stroke type suitability. Even with these variations, clean geometries and center alignment line for precise aiming are still present.

PING's 2021 putters also include the Kushin 4. This new model promotes a confident and consistent putting stroke. This is created through its parallel and perpendicular visual cues and strong-arc player-friendly design.

G710, 2020

For its G710 irons , Ping paired a maraging steel clubface with a stainless steel body, resulting in extra flex at impact. That means super-fast ball speed across the face, as well as a steep launch, high flight and plenty of spin.

Heppler Putters, 2020

These striking, copper-and-black putters are noted for a firmer feel and sound off the machine-milled face. The nine Ping Heppler putter models also offer adjustable-length shafts to fit a variety of stances and stroke styles.

G410, 2019

Superior adjustability and playability helped Ping’s G410 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids win global accolades. The G410 irons featured less offset and a shorter clubface length than their predecessors, the G400s, appealing to lower handicappers.

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