Ping G410 Vs. Taylormade M2 Driver Comparison Overview
The Ping G410 and the Taylormade M2 drivers are not the most advanced in their respective lines. The Taylormade M6 features the expanded sole panel that would later be featured in the SIM2 drivers. The Ping G425 features higher quality titanium body material.
Still, the Ping G410 and the Taylormade M2 have something to offer certain types of golfers. The trick is knowing whether or not that type of golfer is you. Find out in the following comparison overview.
Ping G410 Driver Overview
The Ping G410 offers incredible versatility to help competitive players attack each hole with confidence.
If you mainly want a driver to play around with at the range, this driver is not for you. This is a driver that was meant to be in the hands of scratch golfers. It’s combination of a rear adjustable weight and an adjustable loft sleeve make it incredibly versatile and helpful for strategic fairway placement.
The Ping G410 would be a great choice if you are a mid to low handicapper. It has a 455CC head which makes it a bit better in terms of workability from the tee. We noticed when we tested it, that the Ping G410 also produces low spin off the tee.
This is a great driver if you are looking for the utmost in accuracy; just be aware that it is not very forgiving. You will need a good swing speed and impact accuracy.
Taylormade M2 Driver Overview
The Taylormade M2 is certainly the more forgiving of these two drivers with a 460CC head and corrective face architecture that help with mis-hits.
It was a lot easier for our higher handicap testers to get the hang of the Taylormade M2. It has a more generous face and sweet spot than the Ping G410 without question. The lightweight 9-1-1 titanium body of the Taylormade M2 driver also makes it ideal for players with slow swing speeds.
While the Taylormade M2 doesn’t play as long as the ping G410 in general, it is really meant more for players in the high to mid handicap range.
The Ping G410 driver is nearly ideal for any player that needs to be able to work the ball from the tee. The Taylormade M2 would be better suited to players who prefer a deeper, more satisfying sound on impact and who need more help with forgiveness.