How To Wear It
Designed for golfers who frequently miss their tee shots to the right, the Ping G425 SFT (Straight Flight Technology) Driver is engineered with draw bias to help bring shots back on-line . The 460cc club head features a fixed 23-gram rear tungsten weight that shifts the center of gravity closer to the heel, promoting a right-to-left shot shape. In comparison to the G425 Max, the SFT produces approximately 25 yards of draw spin. Additionally, the SFT's lighter (D1) swingweight helps influence ball flight correction.
Clearly, eliminating the dreaded slice is the SFT's calling card, but PING didn't forget about speed. Turbulators reduce aerodynamic drag to increase club head speed and the proprietary T9S+ forged face accelerates face flexing for explosive ball speed.
With 5 stock shafts available, golfers of all skill levels can find a profile that marries perfectly with their swing. Three of the stock offerings are PING's proprietary ALTA CB, ALTA Distanza and Tour graphite shafts, while Mitsubishi's Tensei AV Raw Orange and Aldila's Rogue White round out the bunch.
PING G425 SFT Driver Features:
- Cast Ti 8-1-1 body, forged T9S+ face, 460cc head
- Straight Flight Technology engineered with draw bias to help eliminate the slice
- Heel-biased fixed 23-gram tungsten promotes a right-to-left shot bend of approximately 25 yards compared to the G425 Max
- Extremely lightweight Dragonfly Crown Technology allows PING to strategically resposition weight for improved performance
- T9S+ Forged face accelerates face flexing for massive distance
- Turbulators reduce aerodynamic drag for increased club head speed
- Internal rib structure improves acoustics for a solid and pleasing sound
- Loft Adjustability: 0, +1°, +1.5°, -1°, -1.5°
- Lie Adjustability: Up to 3° flatter
- Stock Shafts: PING ALTA CB • PING ALTA Distanza • PING Tour • Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Orange • Aldila Rogue White
- Stock Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
- Matching headcover and wrench included
- Authorized PING Golf Retailer
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