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Ping G10 Draw Driver
7.7 out of 10

Ping G10 Draw Driver

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Ping Draw 4W

kelmoe, The Greenskeeper
15 March 2011
  • Conclusion: I have the draw version 4wood. This club is long and replaced my 5w and 3w. One of the best tips I received from a pro is that if you have trouble hitting a 3w you should consider ditching it and replacing it with a 4wood. That has helped me lower my handicap to single digits.
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Perfect Hybrid

ProjectX, The Greenskeeper
6 December 2010
  • Conclusion: This is what a hybrid should look like. The high toe and heel allow this thing to cut through virtually anything and the size makes it much more hit-able than the similarly designed Bobby Jones hybrids. Distance and Sound are also amazing.
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Forgiveness 10
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Perfect Hybrid

ProjectX, The Greenskeeper
6 December 2010
  • Conclusion: This is what a hybrid should look like. The high toe and heel allow this thing to cut through virtually anything and the size makes it much more hit-able than the similarly designed Bobby Jones hybrids. Distance and Sound are also amazing.
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User Review

DocT, Golf Gear Review
5 October 2009
  • Summary: Great club for those who are consistently fading the ball. This Draw version will not cure your slice, but helps manage those fades. Bad mishits (open face) will still slice the ball. Using a ball that reduces sidespin will also help.
  • Pros: Club feels very light yet sturdy during my swing (99mph ss back in 7/2008 using my Taylormade R7 CGB Max). Head looks good at address. Grip is really comfortable and not as soft as the TM Arrowlite grip on the R7. The offset is visible at address, but doesn't hinder me mentally. I do notice a red...
  • Cons: Nothing I really don't like about this driver, yet.
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G10 Draw

GPJ_Longdriver, iseekgolf.com
24 February 2010
  • Conclusion: After using a 10.5 degree Mizuno MX560 for ages and struggling to get any consistency out of it, I went to a 9.5 degree G10 Draw driver with Grafalloy Red shaft. I found this driver and shaft combination to give a much lower ball flight, with more accuracy off the tee, and a deep resonating thud...
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G10 Draw

NWABP, iseekgolf.com
7 August 2008
  • Conclusion: Have had the G10 in the bag for half-a-dozen rounds and love it – 10.5deg, prolaunch V2 stiff shaft. It replaced my TM R5 9.5 stiff neutral. Getting at least 15m more on the drives and rarely less than 9 or 10 (of 14) fairways per round. Doing the strange thing of running through the doglegs now.
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G10 Draw

Case123, iseekgolf.com
24 June 2008
  • Conclusion: I recently brought the draw 10.5 degs and oh man what a club. It has changed the whole game for me. The main change was my confidence when I stand at the tea. I can’t say enough to express how good this club is. It goes high long and very very strait. I have already dropped shots in my game.
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G10 Draw

dougy30, iseekgolf.com
27 September 2007
  • Conclusion: Had a hit with some of these the other day at a demo. Still cant get the smile off my face! The normal club face was great but the draw model was fantastic. The latter has an offset but you hardly notice and the club head sits nicely.
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