Ping G425 Vs. Ping G410 Hybrid Comparison Overview

Ping makes some of the most unique hybrids around. So much so that it is often a difficult choice between seemingly similar Ping hybrids. There is a decent amount of feature overlap – particularly between the Ping G425 and G410 hybrids.

In order to demystify the differences and similarities between these two hybrids, we went out and tested them side-by-side. Which hybrid came out on top? Find out in the following comparison article!

Ping G425 Hybrid Overview

The Ping G425 hybrid is one of the most versatile hybrids we have every played.

First of all, it comes in lofts from 17 degrees to 34 degrees so you can pick and choose where you want cover distance in your bag. Secondly, the Ping G425 hybrid has an adjustable loft sleeve that allows you to lose or gain up to 1.5 degrees of loft.

From the deck or even from the tee, this hybrid feels great and provides a lot of workability both up and down and side-to-side. But we were really impressed with how well we were able to shape our shots vertically. This is part of what makes it such a good option off the tee or deck.

The face wraps into the body and is made of maraging steel so it flexes and rebounds incredibly quickly – always a good thing for ball speed.

Ping G410 Hybrid Overview

The Ping G410 hybrid debuted in 2019 which is over two years before the introduction of the G425 hybrid.

And we have to say that those 2+ years make a noticeable difference. The Ping G410 has very similar features as the G425 such as the face wrap design, adjustable hosel and maraging steel face construction.

But it just seemed that the G425 did everything the G410 hybrid did, only better. The G410 was less workable overall and had sort of a bulky head shape.

While some of our testers actually liked the G410 hybrid more and called it more forgiving, most of our lower handicap testers remarked that it’s shot-shaping capability was a bit too much to overlook. The G425 hybrid also provided slightly more distance.

In this case at least, newer is better. In our humble opinion, the Ping G425 hybrid has more to offer mid, low and even high handicappers than the G410 hybrid. At the very least, it’s certainly the more versatile hybrid.

Ping G425 Hybrid

In 20 Words Or Less

The Ping G425 hybrid clubs will help mid and low handicap players reach the pin from a variety of lies.

Ping G410 Hybrid

In 20 Words Or Less

The Ping G410 hybrids will allow you to aggressively attack any pin from nearly any range.

Ping G425 Hybrid First Impressions

The Ping G425 will impress you with the way it looks right away.

The sleek, matte black design of the head begs to be swung. You come for the looks; but you’ll stay for the feel of the maraging steel face. The Ping G425 is available in 2h-7h.

The Ping G425 hybrid clubs can also be adjusted at the hosel for lie and loft so it’s pretty versatile overall.

The G Hybrid Family

You can also pick up the Ping G410 hybrid which allows for a wide range of loft and lie adjustability thanks to the TrajectoryTuning hosel. It’s also a bit more forgiving than the G425.

Like the Ping G425 hybrid, the Ping G410 hybrid clubs feature tungsten rear weights. However, it places a higher emphasis on perimeter weighting which again, makes them a bit more forgiving than the Ping G425 hybrids. They are available in 2H-6H.

Ping G410 Hybrid First Impressions

The Ping G410 hybrid didn’t seem honestly didn’t seem very special at first.

In other words, we didn’t expect much. However, we were first impressed with the feel and distance of these hybrids.

Somes of our testers were landing on the green from 150+ yards out. Of course, as we got closer on the fairway, we were taken with the high launch and control these hybrids yield.

The Ping G Hybrid Family

Another hybrid stand out from Ping is the G400 hybrid. It too wields a maraging steel face which makes it great for long and mid range shots.

Teh G400 is also lighter in the hands than the G410 hybrid. While it lacks some of the short-game performance, it’s a great club to have in your bag for gapping long shots.

Ping G425 Hybrid Selling Points

  • Face curvature
  • Maraging steel face
  • The face wraps into the crown and sole
  • 3-dot alignment guide
  • Tungsten sole weight
  • Adjustable hosel

Ping G410 Hybrid Selling Points

  • Adjustable hosel
  • Maraging steel face
  • Textured face
  • Tungsten rear weight

Who is the Ping G425 Hybrid for?

The Ping G425 would be best used by advanced players who are able to hit the green from nearly anywhere on the fairway.

What we really liked about the Ping G425 hybrid clubs was the consistent spin control. If you are able, you can decrease spin on longer approaches and increase on shorter approaches.

If you are looking for some hybrids that will help you reach the pin faster then the Ping G425’s would be a great fit for you.

That all being said, the Ping G425 hybrid is certainly not the most forgiving hybrid club out there.

It would certainly help to practice a bit of honest discernment before you commit to buying the Ping G425 Hybrid as it will surely cause some frustration if you are still floundering in the high handicap range.

Distance: 94/100

Feel & Control: 94/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 93/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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Who is the Ping G410 Hybrid for?

The Ping G410 is a unique hybrid in that it would suit the needs of a wide variety of golfers.

What we mean is that this hybrid gives you the near-effortless distance you would expect from a beginner’s hybrid; but once you get closer to the pin, it performs like a player’s hybrid. It’s also anomalous because of it’s larger head profile which makes it more forgiving than other hybrids.

It’s apparent to us that the Ping G410 hybrids (available in 2H-6H) have something to offer high and low handicappers seeking distance, feel and short-game control.

Distance: 94/100

Feel & Control: 94/100

Accuracy: 93/100

Forgiveness: 93/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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