Reviewed by: Jim C(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Ping G10
Summary: First off I like reading golf glue reviews because most of them are like fishermen if you know what I mean. Always cracks me up to read where they are hitting 290 to 300 when most pros hit about that far on a average day. Also they always hit ever club they try 10-15 yards further than the last review they did. But me I have a Ping G10 Draw 10.5 Reg Felx that I hit average 240 to 265 that's it folks, truth. So take reviews with a grain of salt because no club built is a miracle club that will automatically put you 15 yards longer or make you hit every drive 300 yards, lessons and practice is the best key to a better golf game.
Review Date June 21, 2014
Overall Rating 5 of 5
Value Rating 5 of 5
Visitors rate this review 4.21 of 5,
Reviewed by: Art(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Ping g10
Summary: I am 65 years old and my current index is 3.1 and I've had a Ping G10 driver in my bag for five years. Went to a trusted club fitter a few months ago and spent time on a launch monitor with all the new drivers thinking something out there must be better. He told me to look for a used G10 on ebay and put it in the closet in case the one I have breaks. Mine is shafted with a Graphite Design YS regular flex shaft. There is so much hype about the new drivers it's ridiculous really. If you are looking for a fantastic driver find a used G10 for $50 or so, spend some time on a launch monitor and then spend another $100-$150 or so on a decent custom shaft to fit your swing. You'll save $200 bucks and have a fantastic club you can use for years. If you just need to spend the $400 take the money you saved and spend them on lessons from a good PGA pro.
Review Date April 7, 2014
Overall Rating 4 of 5
Value Rating 3 of 5
Visitors rate this review 4.17 of 5,
Reviewed by: Frank Carpentino(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: PING G10 Driver
Summary: Best driver that I have ever used. The club has good feel throughout the swing, solid ball contact. I actually have a 10.5 and a 12 degree G10 driver. I actually prefer the feel and playability of the 12.5.
Similar Products Used: Callaway FT9, Taylormade Burner
Summary: Just got rid of a Callaway ft-9 imix. It was a good club but i traded it square for a set of irons so I wasn't to heart broken. i went to my local golf shop and tried out a bunch of used drivers. I don't like Ping irons so I didn't expect much from the G10. I was in for a big surprise! What a nice feel to it. I could actually feel the clubheaad and shaft load up. I hit everyball with a pretty little fade that kept 'em all in line. The distance wasn't amazing (220-240 yrds.) But I think it's all about accuracy. This thing helped me keep it dead on. Great driver! i paid 50 bucks for it with the headcover. i like the stock ping tfc 129 D stiff flex shaft with ping grip. i will rgrip it with a Winn dritac and all will be well in golf land. I highly reccomend this driver.
Customer Service: Don't know haven't needed it.
Similar Products Used: Callaway Ft-9, Taylormade r580 XD, and just about every other driver on the planet!
Summary: After reading the last review I thought I would make a comment. I am not a good golfer so my review will not apply to everyone. I am a slicer and this driver keeps me in the fairway as well as any I have tried,and that is a lot.I have giver up on learning to swing correctly so the offset driver does the job. I can still fade but the huge banana slice is pretty much gone, thank goodness. I can generally aim left center and stay in play now, same with the Cobra Speed LD.
Similar Products Used: Callaway Diablo Octane (long), Callaway BB 454, Cobra Speed LD offset (very good), Cleveland Launcher '09, Ping G5, Taylor Made Quad, TM 580