Ping G430 Vs Titleist TSR2 Hybrid
In today’s comparison we will see how the Titleist TSR2 measures up to the Ping G430.
Ping G430 Hybrid Overview
“The G430 features a carbonfly crown, tungsten back weight and facewrap technology.”
You can see the carbon weave in the crown at address which looks pretty cool but can be a bit distracting.
The blade length is a bitmore compact than the TSR2 as well.
But the facewrap technology makes almost the entire face of the G430 hybrid viable.
Overall, it offers good forgiveness and versatility with an adjustable hosel. The G430 typically sells for $290-$300.
Titleist TSR2 Hybrid Overview
“The TSR2 has an adjustable hosel, sole relief pockets and low CG.”
The blade length is longer and the TSR2 has more of a fairway wood profile to it.
The TSR2 doesn’t get snagged in the rough thanks to the sole relief pockets.
So it’s a good club to have in the bag when you need a rescue. The TSR2 also played a bit longer than the G430. It costs $300.
“The Titleist TSR2 hybrid offers better turf interaction and distance than the Ping G430 hybrid. It’s also very forgiving on toeside mis-hits.”