G425 Max: 9°, 10.5°, 12°; G425 SFT: 10.5°; G425 LST: 9°, 10.5°
GOLF.com’s Take: Some drivers offer flashy distance while others provide sturdy stability. Ping’s G425, however, checked both boxes for our testers. In his first time hitting the Turbulator-crowned driver, one GOLF tester called it “wife material” due to its alluring speed and forgiveness. “All my mishits went straight,” another said. Players also found the impact sound to sing a deep, booming note.
The Details: By combining tech from previous releases, Ping says it has designed its most forgiving and highest-launching driver, the G425 Max, with the help of a 26-gram adjustable tungsten weight in the back of the head. For golfers with a slice, Ping offers the draw-biased G425 SFT, and for higher-speed players who need reduced spin, the G425 LST is there to lend a hand.