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As is the case with the entire G400 line, when it comes to the hybrids, players can expect to see more ball speed and distance increases. And fueling that performance is the C300 steel that has been utilized in constructing the maraging steel clubface, as C300 is lightweight, strong, and flexible, which enables a thinner clubface and leads to more flexing of the face for faster ball speeds from all impact points. Additionally, the G400’s cascading sole helps the clubface flex more at impact, and it also enables to the club to sit lower to the ground so that players more naturally strike the ball higher on the face, which will improve launch conditions and overall results. The G400 hybrids are also extremely forgiving thanks to a low, deep CG that has been made possible by a lightweight 17-4 stainless steel crown. More specifically, the G400 hybrids offers MOI increases of roughly five percent above what the G Hybrids offered. G400 hybrids are available in lofts of 17, 19, 22, 25, and 30 degrees. They come with the high-launching Alta CB 70 as a stock shaft and with the Golf Pride Tour Velvet as a stock grip.
|Stock Shaft||Alta CB 70|
|Stock Grip||Golf Pride Tour Velvet|
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Players of all ability levels. The PING G400 hybrids offer golfers exactly what they’re looking for in a hybrid, most notably the ability to hit the ball greater distances and launch it with ease from any lie when compared to a long iron. Additionally, G400 hybrids excel in terms of turf interaction and forgiveness, which is why they’ll be found in the bags of golfers ranging from Tour players on down to higher-handicappers.
Strong, flexible C300 steel utilized in the face design produces more ball speed, and the increased flexing of the face creates higher launch conditions.
The sole design enables the face to flex more at impact and allows players to automatically strike the ball higher on the clubface for more effortless launch.
Thin 17-4 steel used in manufacturing the crown allows weight to be repositioned to create a low, deep CG placement and higher MOI.
“One of the benefits of the face material being stronger is that we can make the face thinner. And when we make it thinner, we save weight from the face and we place it lower and deeper. We’re utilizing the same high density back weight as the driver on both of these products, and both the fairway and the hybrid have inertia gains of about five percent, so they fly even straighter.”
Marty Jertson, PING Director of Product Development
|PING Mens G400 Hybrids|
|PING Mens G400 Hybrids Shaft Information|
|Alta CB 70 graphite|
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