Ping G10 Series


Ping G10 Driver


Making use of finite element evaluation (FEA) driven by a Cray Supercomputer, Ping engineers optimized the G10 driver’s crown, sole and face structure interaction to make sure maximum power transfer to the ball. The 460cc driver features a bigger profile with a taller face and deeper crown that produces a greater MOI (moment of inertia) for greater forgiveness and enhanced ball velocity.

Thinner crown and face styles provided discretionary weight which is positioned inside the club head to lower the CG (center of gravity) for reduced spin and greater launch.


  1. Bigger perimeter head size increases MOI
  2. Taller face profile and deeper crown maximize ball velocity
  3. Thin, variable face geometry
  4. Internal weight pad positions CG for low spin and higher launch
  5. Ping-designed TFC 129D shaft

Ping G10 Fairway Wood

The Ping G10 Fairway Woods are engineered with a crown that straight intersects the sole to generate a low profile head that combines with a long, shallow face for enhanced performance from all varieties of lies.

The intersection of the crown and sole benefits in a skirt-less design which allowed Ping engineers to reposition discretionary weight from the crown, face and hosel for a lower CG (center of gravity) location. An internal weight pad creates the low CG place and offers larger ball velocity and decreased spin.

  1. Crown intersects sole for low profile
  2. Shallow, longer face for enhanced hitting location
  three. Big, internal weight pad lowers CG for optimal launch
  4. Reduced lead edge
  five. Ping TFC 129F shaft 

Ping G10 Irons

The Ping 17-4 stainless steel Ping G10 irons are engineered with extreme low toe-weighting to boost the MOI (moment of inertia) for added forgiveness and consistency. The big, perimeter-weighted head characteristics a new cavity shape and wider sole.

The center of gravity is positioned away from the face and low in the club head to market larger launching, reduce spinning shots. By making a new shape for the Custom Tuning Port (CTP), Ping engineers stabilized the hitting area to create consistent ball velocity across the entire club face. An elastomer CTP insert assists control vibration for a solid really feel.


  1. Low toe-weighting for increased forgiveness
  2. Wide sole for higher launch and forgiving ground influence
  three. Custom Tuning Port (CTP) technology stabilizes face for consistent distance manage
  4. Elastomer CTP insert creates solid feel
  5. Ascending Weight Technologies (AWT) shaft design