Ping has introduced its new G25 range, featuring a series of impressive new designs and performance enhancements. The 2013 range of G products is made up of the G25 driver, the G25 fairway woods, the G25 hybrid and the G25 irons, as well as the Scottsdale TR putters.

Below, Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O’Hagan and Digital Editor Neil Tappin take a closer look at Ping’s new offering, with a series of video reviews and in-depth analysis of the new product line.

Click here to see our gallery of the new G25 range

Ping G25 range – first look video review:

Ping G25 driver review:

The G25 driver features Trajectory Turning Technology and variable-thickness face design for added distance, high launch and low spin.

Ping G25 fairway wood review:

The G25 fairway wood employs an Extreme Variable-Thickness Face and a low-profile, forgiving design for greater distance, higher launch and increased distance.

Ping G25 hybrid review:

The G25 hybrid uses progressive CG positions for optimised trajectories and external sole weighting for high MOI.

Ping G25 irons review:

The G25 irons have a re-engineered Custom Tuning Port and provide long-iron forgiveness and short-iron control.

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