Ping G410 Vs. Ping G425 Driver Comparison Review 2021
You wouldn’t think that there would be a whole lot of departure between the Ping G410 and the Ping G425. After all, these days golf club manufacturers are pumping out new models so fast that there is hardly any difference between them.
But you would be surprised at how one seemingly small tweak can alter the performance of a driver. If you are a discerning player then you will surely benefit from our brief yet revealing comparison of the Ping G410 and the Ping G425 drivers.
Ping G425 Driver Overview
Ping put titanium all over this driver and it shows in how it feels on impact and the distance it yields.
The Ping G425 features a forged titanium face. Right off the bat, that’s enough to bump this driver up a few notches in terms of feel.
Titanium is light and resilient and when you forge it down it can yield impressive distance.
That was the first benefit we noticed with the Ping G425: the distance. Secondly, the titanium crown made this a surprisingly lightweight driver.
The Ping G425 should work well no matter what swing speed you have.
Like the G410, the Ping G425 driver has a sliding weight that can be set in the neutral, draw or fade position. It also has the internal dragonfly ribbing system to increase forgiveness.
Ping G410 Driver Overview
The Ping G410 sports a lot of the same features as the G425 and while all the key components are there, it is lacking in subtle ways.
For one thing, the G410 does not have the titanium crown that the G425; but this doesn’t affect the club much in terms of weight because the G410 is a 455CC driver – the G425 is a 460CC driver.
The G410 also has the sliding rear weight and the forged titanium face.
You get all of this in a more compact package which some players will love. In general though, the G410 lacks the forgiveness and the distance that the G425 affords to players of all skill levels.
The G410 will be a great asset if you are a lower handicapper however.
The G425 is really more of an “every-man’s” driver. It outperforms the G410 in distance and forgiveness.
If you have a pretty good swing speed and don’t need to worry much about accuracy though, the G410 may be more up your alley.