The 17-4 stainless steel PING G25 hybrids offer enhanced progressive center of gravity positions and a forgiving head design to optimize launch conditions and playability from all types of lies. The G25 hybrid has a traditional shape that is slightly larger, making it more forgiving on mis-hits.
PING Mens G25 Hybrid Utility Woods feature:
Lofts: 17.0 • 20.0 • 23.0 • 27.0 • 31.0
The center of gravity position is lower and farther back in the lower-lofted
hybrids and progresses slightly forward in the higher lofts
Helps minimize spin and prevent ballooning (common in higher-lofted hybrids)
Custom engineering of the center of gravity helps to achieve proper trajectories
and creates functional distance gaps between clubs
Weight positioned low and back raises the moment of inertia for greater
distance and forgiveness
Generous camber heel-to-toe and sole relief ensures solid contact from
A large hitting surface and thin face perimeter ensure forgiveness and
high ball speeds
Squared-up toe and heel improves consistency and makes alignment easy
PING TFC 189 graphite shaft available in Regular • Soft Regular • Stiff • X-Stiff
Available in left- and right-hand
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G25 Hybrids... Launch It High, Land It Softly!
PING Mens G25 Hybrids
easy set up , hits long and deep
I like my G25 27 degree hybrid it is easy to hit and I can hit out of the ruff with ease
June 15, 2014
Very easy to hit, great feel and sound. I first bought the 20 degree to replace my 3 iron, and found it so much easier to use I bought the 23 degree a week later. Typically I am not a fan of hybrids, but after switching to ping i25 irons this year I decided to give these a try. Effortless compared to long irons.
Very satisfying when connected. A little bit pricey, but the quality is very high.
June 2, 2014
I really like the G25 hybrids. After years of playing with Adams A7 hybrids, I decided to look for new hybrids this year. I don't like hybrids with any type of velocity slot through the clubhead which deadens the feel of a well struck shot so the current generation of Adams hybrids was quickly eliminated from my selection list. I also don't like iron style hybrids, so previous generation Ping hybrids were also a no go.
I read the current reviews and decided to try the G25 hybrids and loved them from the first swing. They're a wood style hybrid with a matte black finish and minimal offset that looks great sitting at address. The clubhead size is just right -- not too big and not too small. A well struck shot produces a very solid and satisfying feel at impact. They hit the ball long, high and straight but I can turn the ball left or right pretty easily if I need to bend it around a tree.
My only complaint is that the headcovers have a large vinyl head and a long stretchy neck and are way too bulky and really fill up the bag if you carry multiple hybrids as I do. But that's only a minor complaint and easily fixed with aftermarket headcovers.
Overall, the Ping G25 is the best hybrid I've ever hit and I've been using hybrids of one sort or another every since TM introduced the original Raylor back in the late 80's. It took Ping a long time to bring a wood style hybrid to the table; but when they did, they really got it right. Well played.
April 28, 2014
Ping G25 Hybrid out preformed all hybrids tried
Ping G25 Hybrid was the most forgiving and accurate hybrid I hit at an outdoor demo day , not into a launch monitor , but with actual ball flight to see. All the top companies were on display so this was a real good comparison.
January 28, 2014