Bounce and camber offer clean ground impact from a variety of conditions.
Blended crown design improves optics for easy alignment.
Offset appearance may not suit every eye.
The Ping G20 hybrids have 17-4 stainless steel heads.
They have a more compact look compared to the previous generation (G15) Ping hybrids.
Higher launch angle and lower spin promotes accuracy and distance.
The Ping G20 hybrid has an MSRP of $175 and comes in lofts of 17, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degrees.
Review: Ping G20 Hybrids
It's not a breakthrough, but Ping has introduced just enough tweaks to the G20 hybrid to make it worth a look, even if you purchased the previous model in the last year.
Ping offers two stock shafts that provide very solid feel and balance to the club. The TFC 169H is in the mid-70-gram range and carries a higher torque rating than the TFC 169H Tour, which comes in heavier weights, lower torque and provides a lower trajectory with less spin.
Performance of the Ping G20 hybrid was very solid on the golf course, with no issues getting off tee, turf or through rough. The G20 hybrid is definitely higher launching that its predecessor. The only points off revolve around the look of the club.
While the club looks a little funny, the revised and revamped Ping G20 hybrid should attract some serious attention from golfers looking to help their game.