Ping’s new G425 series of three drivers builds on the notable success with both professionals and average golfers of the previous G410 model.

Fast Facts:

G425 MAX, G425 LST, G425 SFT

  • Adjustable hosel +/- 1.5°
  • T9S+ forged face
  • Ti-8-1-1 body
  • Dragonfly titanium crown
  • Aerodynamic crown vanes
  • Stock grip: Golf Pride 360 Tour Velvet Arccos Smart Caddie
  • Stock shafts: Alta CB Slate, Tensei AV Orange, Aldila Rogue White, Ping Tour
  • $500

G425 MAX

  • 460cc high MOI design
  • 26-gram sliding weight
  • Head weight 206 grams

G425 LST

  • Pear-shaped 445 cc head
  • Head weight 208 grams
  • 17-gram sliding weight

G425 SFT

  • 460cc head
  • Low aerodynamic drag design
  • 23-gram heel weight


Ping had solid winners with the previous G410 and G400 drivers and the new G425 series hopes to continue the great results. As with the previous models the new series has three different versions to serve three different types of golfers.

The G425 MAX is the primary model in the series and will suit most players. It features an extremely high MOI the company says is the highest they have ever achieved. MOI is a measurement of the head’s resistance to twisting when impact is towards the heel or toe making it critical for average swingers who have trouble hitting in the sweet spot every time.

Revisions to the Dragonfly crown configuration allowed engineers to make the sliding weight at the rear of the head even heftier, 26-grams total, which helps adjust ball flight and improve the driver’s forgiveness.

The G425 LST (Low Spin Technology) model has a slightly smaller clubhead and meant for use by better players, those with high swing speeds, and uses a 17-gram movable weight. The head is designed to produce lower ball spin, a key to more distance, and testing shows about 200 rpm less than the previous