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PING Men's G400 LST Driver

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PING Men's G400 LST Driver

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PING Men's G400 LST Driver

Sleek Design, Improved Acoustics, PING Playability

PING had great success with its G30 and G drivers, each of which ranked among golf’s most forgiving drivers. But company engineers felt that there were still improvements that could be made, most notably in terms of ball speed and distance, which were the top priorities when it came to designing the new G400 driver. And there are multiple technologies utilized in the G400 that are creating more ball speed and distance for players. First, the G400 features a more streamlined design and at 445cc there is 15 percent less drag created on the downswing, which equates to increased clubhead speed. Its clubface also has undergone a forging process that makes it thinner and more flexible without any loss of strength. More specifically, the face is six percent thinner and 16 percent more flexible, a combination that gives golfers more ball speed from all impact locations. What’s most impressive, however, is that even with the more streamlined, compact design, the G400 is even more forgiving than its predecessors and can claim more than 9,000 MOI points. Fueling the high level of forgiveness is Dragonfly Technology, which enabled a lightweight crown and skirt that gave designers discretionary weight that was used to establish a low, deep CG position. Additionally, a strategically placed tungsten sole weight optimizes stability and launch conditions. Also different for the G400 when compared to the G30 and G will be its sound and feel, which was another top priority for PING engineers. The G400 utilizes a new internal rib structure to deliver acoustics and feel that are more muted and crisp than was found in previous models. As has been the case with recent PING driver releases, consumers will have three models to choose from. The G400 LST (Low Spin Technology) has been designed to reduce spin rates by as much as 300-400 RPM, which will make it a great option for high-spin players. It is available in lofts of 8.5 and 10 degrees and features a new stock shaft in the Alta CB, which is slightly counterbalanced to pair well with a heavier clubhead (208 grams) to maximize energy transfer at impact. PING does, however, offer additional aftermarket shaft options for players to choose from. All G400 drivers also feature a lightweight, adjustable hosel that offers five settings to adjust loft by +/- 1 degree, as well as the driver’s lie angle, to help players optimize ball flight. The stock length for the PING G400 LST driver is 45 3/4 inches and the swingweight is D4.


Stock Shaft Alta CB 55
Stock Grip Golf Pride Tour Velvet
Adjustability +/- 1 degree
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Players of all ability levels who need help in lowering their spin rate to achieve optimal results with the driver. The tungsten weight utilized in the sole of the G400 LST has been positioned slightly more forward to create less spin and a slightly flatter trajectory, attributes often desired by high swing speed players. Players who don’t need spin reduction, however, should probably think about the standard G400, which would likely prove to be a better fit.

Faster Shape

The streamlined design along with bolder Turbulators and Vortec Technology creates less drag on the downswing to help players increase clubhead speed.

Faster Shape

Dragonfly Technology

Enables a lightweight, ultra-thin crown and skirt, which allowed discretionary weight to be repositioned to achieve an optimal CG location and higher MOI.

Dragonfly Technology

Forged Face

A forging process to complete construction of the clubface creates a face that’s thinner and more flexible, which produces faster ball speeds from all impact points.

Forged Face

Tungsten Sole Weight

Strategically positioned tungsten in the sole improves stability at impact and promotes optimal launch conditions.

Tungsten Sole Weight

What They're Saying ...

“We’re coming off a couple of high-performing drivers in the G30 then the G driver that led the marketplace in mechanical horsepower. They’re super straight, really good launch conditions, and we worked really hard with the G400 to advance that even further. So it’s higher inertia, the CG is lower and deeper, and it goes faster through the air. But we also focused on the motivation to the player. The driver looks amazing in the playing position, a little sleeker shape, less lines, and the sound and feel of this driver is absolutely phenomenal.”

Marty Jertson, PING Director of Product Development

“We’re trying to make that fitting process simple with three fully optimized models. We have the SFT model, Straight Flight Technology. The tungsten weighting is in the heel. That helps it square up a little easier, and the swingweight is also a little bit lighter. The standard version, the tungsten weight is placed optimally low-back so we can max out the inertia and dynamic loft. And then we have the LS Tec where the tungsten weight is placed in front of the high density back weight. (That) moves the CG more forward and gets the spin down about 300-400 RPM for those that need that to optimize their trajectory.”

Marty Jertson, PING Director of Product Development

PING Men's G400 LST Driver Shaft Information
Alta CB 55 graphite
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Soft Regular 53g Mid Mid-to-high
Regular 55g Mid Mid-to-high
Stiff 59g Mid Mid-to-high
Extra Stiff 63g Mid Mid-to-high
PING Tour 65
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Regular 57g Mid Mid
Stiff 61g Low-to-mid Low-to-mid
Extra Stiff 66g Low-to-mid Low


  • Top Rated: 4.7
  • Length: 45.75"
  • Lie: 57°
  • Head Size: 445cc
  • Swing Weight: D4
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Drivers
PING Men's G400 LST Driver Tour 65 Graphite Regular Left 10.0 is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from LS Weight Falls Out Sent back to Ping, fixed, fell out again in about 10 rounds & going back to Ping again. Overall great driver and maybe I just got one with an individual issue.
Date published: 2018-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looking for more distance-got it! Have used this about 8 rounds and am very pleased with the increase in distance. The LST version works great for me.
Date published: 2018-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long, straight and true! I’ve been playing a G25 driver for 2 years, it was always a hit and miss club for me... on a good drive I could reach 280 - 290 yards, this was far and few between... I was fitted for the G400 LST with the Ping tour shaft 65 stiff last week. The results are fantastic, every shot on the course has 300-325 yards, and dead straight. I found hitting a draw/fade just as easy and long! This driver is brilliant! Thank you PING!
Date published: 2018-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best driver I have ever owned My previous drivers were a g25, a g10, and some other's. I hit a very high ball draw. I wanted to get my ball down, after reading review's I tested out the g400 LST 8.5 degree, we had it turned down to 7.5 but I couldn't turn the ball over and it was to low. I now have it set at 9 degrees and my ball flight is considerably lower. I have never been a long driver usually in about 230-240 yds. I have boomed a few in wind added in the 270 range since putting the g400 in play. Overall my drives are 250-260 now because I am getting way more roll. The biggest difference his how straight I am now hitting drives. This driver is so consistantly straight, the guys I play regularly with get on me how many fairways I hit. The feedback wen you stripe one perfectly are so immediate, you just know instantly it's going to be deep. I would highly recommend this driver to anyone that wants more distance and to hit more fairways. I recently won our senior club championship with rounds of 73-75, thanks to keeping the ball in play. Also my irons are and hybrids are g-30's.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best driver that I have ever bought My fitter recommended this Driver to help me get my spin rate down even before they were on the market. He had a new demo and the first time I hit it I new it was for me. I ordered one and have played with it ever since. Increased by distance dramatically and I also hit most fairways. My son-in-law noticed my improvement and ordered one for himself and had the same great experience.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SOLID FEEL.... purchased the G400 LST 10* and put a HZRDUS Yellow 65 gram 6.0 Handcrafted shaft in head. What a combination hitting just about every fairway. ball flight is pure haven't really picked up any yardage gains but aim and shoot and this driver will assure you that your ball is going where you want it....
Date published: 2018-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best driver I've ever hit I've played every major brand of driver including previous Ping models and this is simply the best driver I've ever hit. It is consistently long and in the fairway. I'm hitting drives longer than ever dispite the fact the I keep getting older. I purchased the 8.5 degree loft with a Ping Tour shaft and tweaked it to 9.5 degrees. With this setup I can it high and low shots and consistently find the fairway, and because of the distance with this driver, I'm getting better with my short irons. Way to go Ping! I can't wait to see how you are going to out do this one.
Date published: 2018-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous Driver!!!!! My previous driver was an Epic SZ, which I loved and thought I could not find a driver any better. Out of boredom I went to a local chain golf store and tried the regular G400 and the LST version. I had no intention of buying one. I was impressed by the LST. I went home and did an online Ping fitting and went back and tried their recommended combo - 10 degree with the Tour 65 shaft - and was sold. The driver arrived from TGW in less than a week and I took it and the Epic SZ to the range. The G400 gave me better dispersion, which I thought wasn't possible. On course testing should not only better dispersion, but it was longer by as much as 10 yards. For me, this is now the best driver I have ever owned and the Epic SZ has been bumped from the bag. The Epic SZ is still a great driver.
Date published: 2018-07-30
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Is this a 2018 Ping G400 LST

Asked by: Jacknk
Yes, these are 2018.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-07-24

What other shaft options are there for the G400 SFT

Asked by: Richfdu
If you are interested in customizing the club. You may click the "enter custom specs" tab located right above the image of the driver, on the product page. There you will find several shaft options to choose from.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-05-22

looking for 12 degree loft in G400SFT

Asked by: Groot
The SFT driver is available at this link: https://www.tgw.com/brands/ping-golf-equipment/ping-mens-g400-sft-driver
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-05-10

what is the difference between the soft regular vs regular?  what would you reccomend for a 84 yr old golfer with an 19 index?

Asked by: JACK5525
Soft regular flex will be a little lighter and more flexible than the regular flex. It's better for slower swing speeds. If your driver swing speed is below 85 mph, soft regular may be the best choice.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-10-26

what is  the alta C B shaft? How does this differ then other shafts?  Please give me as much info as possible.  Don't know if this is something I should look into

Asked by: Chuck S
According to the shaft information under the description tab the Alta CB 55 shaft is a lighter weight. The torgue in all flexes would is considered mid. Also the launch in all the flexes is considered a mid-to-high. Rather than the Ping Tour 65 shaft where the torque and launch is different for each flex.
Answered by: tgw_Addie
Date published: 2018-04-09

Will the Kuro Kage shaft be offered in the custom option since it's listed on the Ping website?

Asked by: RestonGolfer
All of the custom shafts we have available are located under the Enter Custom Specs tab.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-09-12

What's the difference between the reg shaft and the soft regular shaft?

Asked by: hdlast
The soft regular shaft is lighter and more flexible, like PING's equivalent to a senior flex.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-08-30

When are you going to get Senior shaft?

Asked by: Hahn
The soft regular flex that is available is equivalent to a senior flex.
Answered by: tgw_tori
Date published: 2017-08-22
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