Ping G425 Vs Titleist Tsi3 Drivers Comparison And Review 2021
The Ping G425 driver and the Titleist Tsi3 driver are parallels. They are both made for mid to low handicap players who don’t need a lot of help in terms of forgiveness. They both have adjustable weights so players can shape their shots in a variety of ways.
They are even made of similar materials. However, there are always key differences between any 2 drivers even when they are made for the same kind of player. That’s why we decided to compare these two drivers side by side.
Ping G425 Driver Overview
The Ping G425 driver has a 460CC head and an aerodynamic design which is nice whether you have a slow or fast swing speed.
The Ping G425 was definitely the more versatile between these two drivers. While it was made to help lower handicap players get more accurate fairway placement, it’s large footprint and aerodynamic design will also help with overall distance.
In fact, the Ping G425 played a bit longer than the Titlist Tsi3 by an average of 4 yards. This is a negligible difference for some but for low handicap players it can be a deal-breaker. The Ping G425 has a sliding adjustable wight that can be set in the draw, neutral or fade position.
The forged titanium face has a premium feel and flexes nicely. The crown of this driver is also made of titanium to help keep the weight down.
Titleist Tsi3 Driver Overview
The Titleist Tsi3 driver pairs a 5-position sliding weight with an adjustable hosel to give advanced players more options for each hole.
You get neutral, extreme heel, regular heel, extreme toe and regular toe position settings with the sliding weight so you can really place the ball wherever you want on the fairway with this driver if you know what you’re doing.
That’s the trick with this driver – you have to know what you’re doing. It’s not very forgiving so you have to be able to find the sweet spot on your own and have a pretty good swing speed. If you do though, this is one of the nicest feeling driver you are likely to play.
It also has a titanium face and a sound that will make you weak in the knees – when you hit the sweet spot.
The main differences between these two drivers is that the Ping G425 is a bit more forgiving and plays a bit longer while the Titleist is more versatile and has a more satisfying sound.