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Feast your eyes upon the stunning new range from top equipment brand
The G25 driver is adjustable and features Ping’s largest-profile, most forgiving head design
Unlocking new keys to distance, control and accuracy through performance engineering, Ping has unveiled the G25 driver, irons, fairway woods and hybrids, along with 12 models of Scottsdale True Roll putters that feature an insert with industry-first variable-depth grooves and adjustable-length shafts.
All of the new clubs will be available at golf shops worldwide in mid-February.
“We’re helping golfers play better through some exciting innovations,” said John A. Solheim, Ping Chairman & CEO. “The entire line appeals to players of every ability level. The G25 driver offers meaningful adjustability to help all golfers optimize their trajectories without sacrificing the performance that’s often lost in bulkier hosel designs.
“The entire G25 series represents our continued commitment to engineering products that lead to lower scores and more enjoyment. I’m especially excited about the Scottsdale TR putter line, which features two significant innovations that will lead to tremendous improvement on the greens.”
Ping pros Bubba Watson and Hunter Mahan have switched to the new adjustable G25 driver and will make their PGA Tour 2013 season debuts this week at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions with the new driver and fairway woods in their bags. Mahan will also rely on a Scottsdale TR ZB S model at the annual gathering of PGA Tour winners from last year.
In the new G25 iron, Ping engineers have created a long, forgiving design with exceptional feel and distance control while maintaining a sleeker profile.
The high-performance model features progressive sole widths, thinner top lines and moderate offset which will appeal to golfers of all abilities.
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