Ping Launches G425 Series With Arccos Smart Grips

Ping Launches G425 Series with Arccos Smart GripsAs an innovator in the space for fitting and leveraging data to arm golfers with the right equipment, Ping releases their most exciting kit to date. The anticipated arrival of the G425 series isn't likely to disappoint fans either. As the reviews come rolling in, it's safe to say that there is another home run in the lineup for Ping. For those who have managed to get their hands on them, they can expect innovative design that really maximizes the power of any player. What is even better, is that the G425 Series has the option to come with Arccos Smart Grips for free, and the ability to upgrade and get sensors for the rest of your clubs. Here is what the media is saying about Arccos Partner, Ping and their G425 Series:
Golfweek g425 series launch

Ping G425 Max, G425 LST, G425 SFT drivers
David Dusek

Gear: Ping G425 Max, G425 LST, G425 SFT drivers
Price: $540 with Ping Alta CB or Tour graphite shaft and Arccos-enabled Golf Pride Lite 360 Tour Velvet grip
Specs: Titanium body with forged titanium face, moveable tungsten weight and adjustable hosel

Over the past several seasons, Ping developed a reputation for building extremely stable and forgiving drivers. Clubs such as the G, the G30, the G400 and last season’s G410 Plus blend a high moment of inertia with custom-fitting features that help protect ball speed on off-center hits and keep shots from curling outside the fairway.

With the release of the G425 Max, G425 LST and G425 SFT, that reputation is being solidified even further.


GolfWRX Product Review G425
Ping G425 irons: Smaller and faster for 2021
Ryan Barath

If you looked up “forgiving irons” in the golf dictionary (not a real thing, but it should be), you would be greeted with pictures of Ping G Series irons. Since the initial launch of the G2 in 2003, Ping has continually innovated and improved its most popular and best-selling iron family, and the company is doing it again with the all-new Ping G425.


Today's Golfer Product Review G425

Ping G425 drivers, fairway woods, hybrid, crossover and irons revealed for 2021
Rob Jerram

Chances are you’ll already have caught sight of some of the new Ping G425 range as it enjoyed a fast start to life on the world's professional golf tours.

Long-time Ping staffer Lee Westwood captured the European Tour’s Race to Dubai in December using the new G425 LST driver, G425 Max fairway wood and G425 hybrid and was full of praise for the new line-up and the distance gains he’s enjoyed from the new gear.


MyGolfSpy Product Review G425

Tony Covey

  • The PING G425 Series of drivers is finally coming to North America and Europe.
  • The 3 models, MAX, SFT, and LST offer exceptionally high MOI, slice correction, and low spin performance, respectively.
  • Retail price is expected to be around $500.

Given the consistently excellent performance of PING drivers in Most Wanted testing over the last several years, expectations for the G425 lineup should rightfully be among the highest of any models hitting the U.S. market this year.