For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 20 new hybrids to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Ping G425 hybrid. You can find the full list of hybrids and test results here.
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Our take: Ping’s new G425 hybrids have a smoothed-out crown, and our testers appreciated the clean matte look with subtle dots for aiming. “I love the new alignment aid,” one tester said (and something that was repeated for all clubs in Ping’s new flagship wood lineup). “These are extremely sleek looking.” Players also found the G425 hybrids to launch high and go where they’re aimed, even on misfires. Isn’t that the point of rescue/ utility clubs?
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Ping G425 Hybrid
The details: Hybrids are called upon for varied reasons and often from precarious lies. For those who need help finding the sweet spot, Ping stretched it out on the G425 clubface for extra forgiveness, especially on pesky thin shots hit low on the face. Also, to achieve the consistency our testers spoke of, a tungsten weight sits in the sole of the hybrids, driving weight down and launch up.