The G30 hybrid are built with a very clear purpose in mind: to offer you faster ball speeds and increased range/distance, thanks to the higher maximum shot height conferred by their smart design. It may sound a tad technical, I know, but in real life, all you need to know is that the Ping G30 hybrid Golf Club will help you increase performance during your game play and that’s what you’re paying for, isn’t it?
Maybe the most important thing to talk about when it comes to the G30 hybrid Golf Club is the Turbulators, i.e. the specially designed ridges that you can observe along the crown of the club. These are engineered of offering you with improved aerodynamics which make the club a lot quicker than regular ones, and indirectly making the G30 longer. Along with high-tech/state of the art design, one of the most important qualities of the Ping G30 Golf Club is its forgiveness. If you don’t know what I am talking about, let me tell you that you can basically hit anywhere on the face and the result will be spectacular: you’ll achieve long shots and also you’ll be able to hit the hot-spot (the fairway). Some golf experts call this baby the Forgivenator, because it’s so forgiving obviously. Ping incorporated a bunch of new features in its new G30 Golf Clubs, along with the aforementioned Turbulators: there’s a brand new face material, new shafts and an adjustable hosel which helps with fine-tuning your game-play. Another apparently small thing that may have been overlooked by the “casual golfer” resides in the club’s specs. The G30 comes with a tad heavier head (not much, a couple of grams) than its competitors and this gives it balance, it improves the feel/feedback and adds to the “forgiveness” factor. Small things that make a difference and Ping hit the spot with this hybrid, believe me folks.