Ping G430 10k Max Vs PXG 0311 Black Ops Driver
Today we’re comparing a couple of the latest drivers to reach the 10k MOI mark.
Ping G430 10k Max Driver Overview
“The G430 Max 10k features a fixed rear weight, carbonfly wrap crown and adjustable hosel.”
This driver looks massive behind the ball. The footprint is large which makes it look incapable of missing.
And it is a very forgiving driver overall. The G430 10k also launches very high with no real way to pull the ball down.
So it’s a good option if you tend to hit the ball too low. The Ping G430 10K max sells for $600.
PXG 0311 Black Ops Driver Overview
“The Black Ops driver features a carbon crown, interchangeable weights and bulge and roll face design.”
The carbon fiber weave has a glossy finish on the crown which lends a sleek aesthetic to this black/silver color scheme driver.
And you can really feel the 10k MOI at work. The PXG 0311 Black Ops delivers really tight dispersion; but doesn’t want to draw or fade too much with the standard weight configuration.
It costs $600.
“I liked how straight the PXG 0311 Black Ops played. Plus the interchangeable weights can help you shape your shots more.”