Above, Golf Monthly technical editor Paul O’Hagan reviews the new G30 fairway wood and G30 hybrid – part of the new Ping G30 range.

The G30 fairway wood is constructed from a uniform Carpenter 475 face, which maximises face deflection and, by extension, ball speeds and distance.

It also boasts an increased MOI, a larger, taller face and adjustable hosel, so users can modify loft up or down 1 degree.

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The G30 hybrid is available in five different models, from 2H to 6H, with lofts ranging from 17 – 30 degrees.

A faltter top rail, progressive GC positions, internal weighting and stainless steel faces are all features of the new hybrid offering.

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The Ping G30 fairway woods and hybrids are also packed with a raft of new technological innovations.

A new face on the G30 fairway wood, which is thinner and hotter than on previous Ping models, maximises face deflection for increased ball speeds.

The G30 fairway also boasts an adjustable hosel, three shaft options, a longer, taller face, and is available in 3W, 5W and 7W models (from 14.5 – 21 degrees).

What’s more, progressive CG positions optimise the trajectory across all heads.

The Ping G30 hybrid – available in five different models (2H, 35, 4H, 5H, 6H) – utilises internal heel and toe weighting to increase the MOI more more forgiveness.