Ping Golf’s G30 LS (Low Spin) Tec driver complements the company’s G30 driver family – on of the best on the market – and is a good fit for golfers looking for a combination of low spin and forgiveness.
“With the addition of the LS Tec, all golfers now have a G30 driver fit for their game,” said Ping Golf Chairman John Solheim said. “It’s engineered with less spin and an extremely high MOI (Moment of Inertia) to deliver the industry-leading distance and accuracy of the standard G30 driver. Our engineers met the difficult challenge of reducing spin while maintaining forgiveness across the face.”
A sole weight, Solheim said, positions the CG (Center of Gravity) extremely low and back – slightly forward of the standard G30 driver – to generate low, stable spin (approximately 400 rpm less) with a high MOI for exceptional flight control and distance on off-center performance.
Solheim said Turbulator Technology on the crown reduces aerodynamic drag on the downswing to help increase club head speed, and the thin T9S titanium face increases ball velocity for more distance. Using Trajectory Tuning+ Technology, players can add or subtract up to one degree of loft. The high-balance-point TFC 419D shaft has a CG closer to the grip end, Solheim said, promoting a simultaneous increase in the club head’s energy, momentum and inertia.
The G30 LS driver is available is in lofts of nine and 10.5 degrees and carries a suggested retail price of $385.