Golfers are ever in pursuit of more forgiving clubheads that are better attuned to their natural abilities. Club heads like the G425 MAX have elevated that to an art form.
Made primarily from titanium and tungsten, the G425 MAX club heads feature nearly unprecedented and literal adjustability in the form of a movable, 26-gram tungsten weight that shifts the center of gravity rearward and can help golfers change the handling of the club. The weight can also be secured in neutral, draw and fade settings.
These club heads also feature Internal DragonflyⓇ technology which further boosts MOI and forgiveness. They feature an ultra-thin crown that saves weight; the saved weight is redistributed through the head and back, optimizing the CG for greater forgiveness.
This adjustability gives the G425 a moment of inertia that is nearly unprecedented at 10,000, for unbelievable forgiveness.
But PING has outdone itself with the development of these club heads, and they don’t simply offer excellent forgiveness, which is a huge bonus in the hands of most golfers.
These club heads are also made with precision-forged faces of T9S+ alloy, which are stronger, harder, and designed for maximum flexion to achieve unrivaled energy transfer. When paired with the proper shaft and training, the result is higher ball speeds – and greater distance.
These PING clubs also feature advanced Internal Ribbing and an updated Aerodynamic Design, both of which can improve distance and energy transfer. The Internal Ribbing design of these club heads reinforces key sections of the club head’s structure, for better energy transfer and higher ball speeds. Clubhead also corresponds to higher ball speeds and can affect launch angle and spin; the Aerodynamic Design of the G425 MAX reduces drag for boosted swing speeds.
What this ultimately boils down to for so many golfers is the ability to achieve higher clubhead velocities, optimize MOI and boost energy transfer – which, when paired with the right shaft, can improve ball speeds, range, accuracy, and shot dispersion.
Of course, that entails selecting the proper PING golf driver shaft – especially if yours came with a stock shaft and you think its performance can be improved.
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The G425 MAX club heads are engineered for next-level performance, enabling higher clubhead speeds, greater energy transfer on impact, better balance, and forgiveness.
The clubhead is only part of the picture. Pairing a space-age club head with a poorly matched shaft is a disservice not only to the player but to the entire sport.
Many PING G425 MAX clubs are paired with stock shafts such as the Aldila Rogue White or the Mitsubishi TENSEI AV Orange. These are perfectly suitable PING golf driver shafts, but in this sport as in so many other instances in competition, one size does not fit all (or, rather, two sizes do not fit all).
If you’re interested in finding a more suitable shaft for this PING club head, that will capitalize on the loft with shaft flex, or you need a shaft with greater flex for your swing, or simply a shaft with a higher kick point to help you achieve the proper launch conditions, you may need to think outside the box.
Visit Dallas Golf Company online at DallasGolf.com or visit them in their shop in Dallas, Texas. You can also contact their professionals by phone at 800-955-9550.
If you’re swinging a PING club like the G425 MAX and don’t think your shaft is allowing you to maximize its true potential, they’ll help you choose a new PING golf driver shaft that’s better suited to the club head and to your abilities.