Unlocking new keys to distance, control and accuracy through performance engineering, the G25 family is headlined by an adjustable Ping G25 Driver and complimented by g25 fairway woods, hybrids and, of course, Ping G25 Irons. Today let's look at the fairways.
The G25 fairway woods have a stainless steel construction in large but low-profile clubheads, with a low and deep center of gravity. They are built to help promote a higher launch, with more forgiveness - particularly on shots struck low on the clubface.
The face is the thinnest of any PING fairway wood. The low-profile, forgiving design features mass low in the 17-4 stainless steel clubhead, positioning the CG low and back for higher launch and increased forgiveness, especially on shots hit low on the face, the most common “miss-hit”.
It features a large head design with a traditional shape that aligns easily with the target. A charcoal non-glare finish helps with alignment, eliminates reflections, and inspires confidence. An extreme variable-thickness face creates an efficient energy transfer, producing faster ball speeds for greater distance.
The Ping G25 Fairway Wood comes in a charcoal, non-glare finish. They also have what Ping calls an "extreme variable thickness" clubface, designed to translate the energy of impact into higher ball speeds.