ClubTest 2022: Ping G425 hybrids tested and reviewed

Read our complete reviews of Ping's hybrids below.

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This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of Ping’s G425 hybrids.

You can find the full list of ClubTest hybrid reviews here.

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Ping G425

We tested: 17°, 19°, 22°, 26°, 30°, 34°

Our take: In golf clubs as in mating, we’re not always honest about the importance of good looks to our choices. When it came to Ping’s G425 hybrids, though, testers couldn’t help themselves from gushing about the aesthetics, from the smoothed-out crown with its on-point matte finish to the low-key aiming dots that adorn it, which drew particularly high praise. “Sleek” was the consensus — as were high launch and excellent accuracy, even on less-than-sterling contact. Good looks, and G425s cook, too. Marry it.

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Ping G425 Hybrid

In the G425 hybrids, Facewrap Technology and Spinsistency combine to deliver more distance and spin predictability while ensuring proper gapping throughout a golfer’s bag.
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The details: Hybrids are asked to do many things, so its makers must work overtime to jam a lot of tech into not a lot of clubhead. For those of us lacking Iron Byron–like consistency, Ping engineers stretched the sweet spot on the G425, with special emphasis on helping make the best of shots struck low on the face. Aiding on this front as well: a tungsten sole weight, to place weight down low and help the ball launch way up.

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