Summary: Played with g2 off and on for about 2 years. Very solid. Easy to hit. Trajectory is a little high on short irons. Good on mid and long irons. Offset is too much unless you're fighting a slice. Clubs have too much bounce for chipping around the green or off of close lies.
Summary: This is a great looking club and sets up very nicely to the ball. However, it is not nearly as forgiving on mis-hits as other drivers I've used (like the Taylormade 580xd or the r5 Dual drivers). When your swing is on and you catch it well, distance is comparable to the previously mentioned drivers.
Summary: i LOVED this club at first, it was one of those clubs that you can hit really far your first time out with it. But after a few rounds i started noticing that when it hit the ground around the greens it would just stop, even if i hit a draw. It had to much spin for me.
Summary: Recently decided to put the G2s down and go back to my old Cleveland TA7s. I realized that I had lost yardage and the offset was driving me nuts. The G2s are too forgiving and don't provide enough feedback for the more skilled player.
Summary: Had it for a few weeks but found it hard to control. Size feels bigger than other 460cc drivers; found it hard to square the clubface due to the size. "Moon" graphic on the clubhead was more distracting than anything - I tend to tee it up closer to the toe, since I tend to extend my arms during the...
Summary: Tried the G2, didn't have any problem with the cosmetics of the large head but it just did not work for me. Hit it straight with good trajectory but lost distance over my present driver (PureFit with Harrison Striper J Titanium).
Summary: I usually hit the ball pretty far but struggle with accuracy. I was looking to move up from my current Cobra 350 to some new technology that might be a little more forgiving. I tried the Ping G2 for about 2 weeks and hit about 200 balls on the range with it. Not the driver for me.
Summary: I saw lots of good reviews for this club. I was keen to try it. However, it was not the club for me. Keeping it straight was a problem. Distance was nothing special. I tried the Mizuno MP001 as well and preferred that. Wilson was also better.
Summary: Ping has always been good to me though the years. I can't remember the last time the iron in my bag failed to have the Ping logo on them. However, I was not impressed with the Ping G2 irons. They felt lite, uncontrollable, and dead. I currently own the Ping i3+ blades and love them.