Ping Driver Golf Clubs
Most Ping drivers are between 440cc and 460cc. Ping golf clubs are usually colour-coded depending on the type of club, the loft and the number of club.
Ping Golf Driver Material
Driver technology has certainly advanced over the last decade. Virtually all Ping golf drivers are made out of composite or titanium. Titanium is incredibly strong and very lightweight. Ping golf drivers can easily be bigger than normal without compromising the weight of the club. Composite drivers are made out of several different materials. This can include tungsten and carbon.
Ping Driver Loft
The loft indicates how low or how high the ball is going to fly when it comes into contact with the clubface. This is measured on a vertical axis. Ping drivers tend to have a range of 8 degrees and 12 degrees. The loft adds backspin to the ball and the higher loft you have the more backspin you are going to create. A golfer with a slower swing would need more loft so that they can optimise their launch. Ping golf drivers are used to hit the ball as close to the green as possible.
The CG, or Centre of Gravity is the balance point in the club. It can be moved to be more vertical or more horizontal. It can also be moved towards the back of the club head or to the front. This is done by moving the adjustable or fixed weight that it inside the Ping driver. The lower the centre of gravity the higher the ball will launch. Moving the centre of gravity forward will increase the speed at which the ball travels but it will reduce the spin of the ball.
Choosing the right Ping driver usually comes down to personal preference, the centre of gravity and the loft of the head.