Conclusion: Note: Proforce V2 shaft option indicates the HL (High Launch) model Ping G10 Driver : Using finite element analysis (FEA) driven by a Cray Supercomputer, Ping engineers optimized the G10 driver s crown, sole and face structure interaction to ensure maximum energy transfer to the ball. The 460cc driver features a larger profile with a taller face and deeper crown that produces a higher MOI ( moment of inertia ) for greater forgiveness and increased ball velocity.
Summary: Ping has also worked to take weight out of the crown and reposition it inside the head of its G 10 Driver. Ping says this, combined with a taller face which increases the size of the sweet spot, is designed to increase length and reduce ball spin. A shot out of the middle resulted in a nice straight ball flight. Shots hit off center didn't seem to suffer too badly though did result in slightly higher spin than some of the competitors.
Summary: The Ping G10 is the latest addition to the company’s popular “G” family. Ping has scored huge with this line over the years… the G2 and G5 clubs were very popular because they were an awesome combination of looks, performance and value. Can the G10 driver keep the momentum going?
Conclusion: Performance-wise, the Ping G10 Drivers have improved a lot thanks to the change in weight distribution of the club. Some areas of the crown are now made of thinner material resulting to an increased launch and lower spin which translates to an overall higher moment of inertia.
Conclusion: The 460cc G10 golf driver is engineered with a cast body and fully machined face from high-grade 6-4 titanium. The 460cc club head features a larger profile with a taller face and deeper crown that produces a higher moment-of-inertia for greater forgiveness and increased ball velocity. Using finite element analysis driven by a Cray Supercomputer, company engineers optimised the crown, sole and face structure interaction to ensure maximum energy transfer to the ball.
Excerpt: Les fers G10 de chez Ping viennent se présenter aux amoureux des beaux clubs dont l'esthétique orange "Atomic" réussie, n'a d'égal que les performances qu'il procure. Les ingénieurs de chez Ping Golf ont cherché à obtenir un fer d'une tolérance exceptionnelle capable de satisfaire les joueurs désireux de posséder entre les mains un club qui leur permettent d'obtenir des résultats probants.