Ping G10 Fairway Woods

Ping G10 Fairway Woods 

DESCRIPTION

  • Crown intersects sole for low profile
  • Shallow, longer face for increased hitting area
  • Large, internal weight pad lowers CG for optimal launch
  • Lower lead edge

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 01, 2024]
minami


Strength:

Wonderful Article!
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Weakness:

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RATING
5
[Dec 24, 2023]
arissaaqila


Strength:

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Weakness:

No weaknesses. All very good.

Purchased:
New  
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RATING
5
[Feb 07, 2023]
incremental19


Strength:

Two-Ball, I-Trax, and several other mallet-style putters, but for me, the Doc felt the best. A little funky looking, but what putter isn't nowadays? One thing worth mentioning is that you have to order this putter with the correct shaft length and lie angle. garage service San Antonio

Weakness:

None . .

Purchased:
New  
OVERALL
RATING
5
[May 31, 2010]
mvwainscott
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: ping g10 5w and 7w


I own the 5 and 7w, the latter paired with the Graffaloy Prolauch Red Shaft, both stiff flex. All I can say is, WOW. Possibly the easiest to hit fairway woods out there, period. The 7W in particular is insane with that shaft- I can now hit a 200 yard shot dead straight (or worked) with a medium ball flight on command. Ditching the 3 iron was the best decision I ever made.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 12, 2010]
golfer7890
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: G10 woods

I loved my G10 driver, but I did not like the G10 woods. The wood feels head heavy and it doesn't feel balanced in my hands. Like a flat metal pancake at the end of a pole. I also found the face too shallow. I've owned all of Ping's drivers since the G5, and loved them all. I've had all the Ping woods since the G2, and I haven't had any luck with any of the woods. They just feel heavy and clumsy throughout the swing. I'm going to take a leap of faith and try the G15s. Hopefully they'll work out.

Customer Service

Ping is very good but slow as of late.

Similar Products Used:

30+ models bought and sold in the past 4 years. I've settled on a mix of the R9s and Hibore. The 909f2 is also very good.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Mar 06, 2010]
CrushCat
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Ping G10 Driver & 4 Wood

Golf equipment is my (obsessed) hobby, and although I prefer HiBore woods simply because of their unique design, in my humble opinion, the G10 woods are right there with the best woods ever made - and the best looking. Many men AND women tour players play this driver. Even my brother, a 10 handi who struggles with the driver, NAILS this thing and keeps it in the fairway almost every time. He loves the internal weight pad at the bottom of the head combined with the slight leading edge in the driver. I agree - it exudes ultra-confidence and delivers sheer POWER. I love the half-moon alignment aid on the crown. It looks cool too. The standard Ping TFC 129 shaft is OUTSTANDING for these woods. Somehow it has a perfect balance of enough flexibility yet enough stiffness in the tip for accuracy AND distance. And with many people, like myself, who struggle with hitting a 3 wood off the deck, I applaud Ping for 1. putting the same length shaft (43 inches) in the 4 wood as they put in the 3 wood, and 2. making a 3 wood with a loft of 15.5. I read somewhere, and agree, that the G10 fairway woods somehow respond best by "dropping the head" on the ball. The thin but long heel to toe faced 4 wood is really fun to hit after a little practice. I implore any of my fellow golf lovers in the market for new woods to check out the G10s. They've dropped a little in price now that the G15/i15 line has been released, but Ping only dropped the price by $50 for the driver - in my opinion because selling the award-winning G10 driver for under $250 is simply a "no-can-do."

Customer Service

Best in the business - any business.

Similar Products Used:

Cleveland HiBore Monster XLS, Callaway FT-9, TM Burner, Nike Sasquatch, Mizuno MP-001, TM R580XD

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 30, 2009]
martinjfs
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Ping G10 Fairway wood

Went to a demo day over one year ago and found that every driver that I hit really well had a Grafalloy Prolaunch Red shaft and the best was the G10 9* Driver. I had been using a 14.5* hybrid in place of a 3 wood as I could not find one that worked for me and after hitting the G10 the hybrid went on permanent vacation.
With the Prolaunch Red shaft it launches fairly low, as it should, which makes it a perfect substitute for my driver on those windy days. Consistently getting 245yards straight with the occasional draw is never a bad thing.

Customer Service

Not used

Similar Products Used:

Tried a few on the range but, never took one out on the course.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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