Ping G410 SFTec Golf Driver
For the first time in their 60 year history, Ping has produced an adjustable weight system that allows you to customise the driver to suit your needs. This new level of adjustability hasn't however been developed at the expense of forgiveness and performance. Providing golfers with an incredibly forgiving driver with massive MOI properties is PING's ethos, after all. At the back of the clubhead, you'll find three weight ports that allow you to dial in the clubhead to suit your game. These three weight settings move the CG (centre of gravity) location to determine shot direction. Each setting (Draw, Neutral, Fade) signifies ten yards of correction (20 yards between Draw and Fade). By locating the adjustable, 16g tungsten weight (proportionally 8% of the head weight) to one of the three locations on the back of the clubhead, the CG location changes to have the desired influence on ball flight without sacrificing the MOI. The G410 also utilises a new eight-lobe Trajectory Tuning hosel system. The lightweight aerodynamic design presents eight positions for you to fine-tune your trajectory through loft (±1.5°) and lie adjustments, including up to 3° flatter than standard. Ping has created a thinner, faster, forged face by undergoing a patented heat-treatment process that creates a thinner, hotter impact area that is precision machined for maximum flexing, leading to more ball speed across the entire face. Alongside the G410 Plus Ping also have the G410 SFT driver, which has been designed to help combat a slice. It shares all of the same technologies as the G410 Plus but a permanent 16g tungsten weight positions mass 50% more heel-side (compared to G400 SFT) and its lighter swing weight helps square the face to deliver that draw you've been seeking.
A movable high-density tungsten back weight shifts the CG location in each direction from neutral to influence right or left shot direction. The CG position is slightly forward of the G410 Plus and SFT models in all three positions (Draw, Neutral, Fade), leading to spin reduction of approximately 200 to 400 rpm, depending on the shaft and a golfer’s launch conditions.
8-Lobe Trajectory Tuning
Trajectory Tuning 2.0 in the G410 drivers utilizes a new lightweight, aerodynamic hosel sleeve that provides eight positions for influencing ball flight through loft (±1.5°) and lie adjustments, including up to 3° flatter than standard.
Fast Forged Face
To accelerate ball speed for more distance, the T9S+ precision-machined forged face undergoes a patented heat-treatment process, creating a thinner, hotter impact area for maximum flexing. The forging and the head’s internal geometry are key to the powerful sound and feel.
Internal Dragonfly Technology
A new "creased crown” design in the 450cc head has stiffening properties and combines with patented Dragonfly Technology inside to create an ultra-thin crown structure, saving weight to optimize the CG and increase forgiveness.
To reduce drag in the downswing for increasing club head speed, ball velocity and distance, the crown is aerodynamically shaped and is equipped with more-aggressive and efficient Turbulator Technology.
Alta CB Red 55
The next generation of PING's proprietary counter-balanced shaft is lightweight and high-launching while offering more stability and a consistent feel. An eight-gram counterweight in the grip end helps shift the CG higher, allowing for an increase in energy transfer and momentum, resulting in more ball speed and greater forgiveness.
The high-performance PING Tour 65 & 75 (lower launch, low spin, stable feel), Project X EvenFlow Black 75 (low launch, low spin) and Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange 60 (mid-launch, low spin) are available at no upcharge and ensure a shaft-fitting option to match the launch conditions of all golfers.