Ping i25 driver unveiled
The new, adjustable Ping i25 driver is focused on optimal spin, accurate alignment and effective shaft fitting to maximise both distance and accuracy.
High-density tungsten weights raise the Moment of Inertia and lower the centre of gravity of the Ping i25 driver club head, helping to generate the proper amount of spin and a ball flight that maximises roll. The added weight on offer also helps to maximise forgiveness.
Ping i25 driver review:
Patented racing stripes on the crown – the same width as the golf ball – alongside a new innovative Power Weighting Responsiveness shaft family, help maintain a constant swing weight across all Ping i25 driver offerings.
The i25 driver is fitted with Ping’s proprietary shaft family called PWR (performance, weighting and responsiveness).
The PWR 55-, 65-, and 75-gram shafts, nine options altogether, offer unique weights and stiffness profiles, but they do not alter the club’s swing weight.
Golfers can also fine-tune launch conditions by adding or subtracting half a degree of loft on the uniquely optimized 8.5°, 9.5°and 10.5° heads.
What’s more, Ping’s Trajectory Tuning technology utilizes an adjustable hosel that makes it easy to use, lightweight and aerodynamically efficient.
The Ping i25 driver is available to pre-order now and comes with an RRP of £345. The i25 driver will be in store on the 14th February.
First-look video: Ping i25 driver