PING G410 LST Driver

PING G410 LST Driver is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
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PING G410 LST Driver
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Product Information:

Dial in your tee game with the PING G410 LST Driver. Position the 16g tungsten weight in one of three unique positions – Draw, Neutral, Fade – to shift the Center of Gravity location for up to 10 yards of flight path correction. Internal Dragonfly Technology saves weight from the Ti 811 ultra-thin crown and redistributes it strategically within the head to further optimize CG location, distance and forgiveness. A high-strength, forged T9S+ face powers a thinner, hotter impact area to create maximum flexing for higher ball speeds and distance across the entire face.

PING G410 Drivers – Selecting Your Model:

    PING G410 LST Driver: Movable 16g Tungsten weight allow golfers to shift CG location for Draw, Neutral and Fade biased flightPING G410 SFT Driver: Stationary 16g Tungsten weight located near the heel shifts CG location to promote draw-biased flight

Adjustable, Custom Center of Gravity Locations:

    What Does It Do? Three weight positions shift the Center of Gravity location to influence shot direction. Each setting (Draw, Neutral, Fade) represents 10 yards of correction (20 yards between Draw and Fade)

    How Does It Do That? By positioning the movable, 16g tungsten weight (8% of the head weight) to one of the three locations on the extreme boundary of the skirt, the CG location shifts 1/10” to have the desired affect (fade, draw and neutral) on ball flight without sacrificing MOI (1% higher in the neutral position than G400 std. model). Like all PING drivers, the low/back CG delivers more distance and forgiveness

Internal Dragonfly Technology:

Internal Dragonfly Technology

What Does It Do? Contributes to higher MOI for more distance and forgiveness

How Does It Do That? Weight savings from the TI 811 ultra-thin crown (.017”, thickness of 3 dollar bills) are redistributed within the head to optimize CG location

Additional Features:

  • Low Spin Technology complete with a faster, smaller design reduces drag over previous models to increase distance and club head speed
  • Forged, high-strength T9S+ face powers a thinner, hotter impact area for high ball speeds and distance
  • Smaller, rounded titanium head with a “square face” sits slightly open to frame impact area at address
  • More efficient crown Turbulators reduce aerodynamic drag and create more efficient airflow around head
  • 8-Lobe Trajectory Tuning Hosel allows golfers to fine tune loft (+/- 1.5°) and lie angle specifications
  • Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Grip features the look/feel of Tour Velvet with a non-slip surface pattern
  • High quality, color-coordinating headcover for club protection between uses
  • Brand: PING
  • Style: 21875Z


Tech Specs:

ModelLoftLieLengthHead SizeHead WeightSwing Weight
G410 LST 9°9° (Adjustable +/- 1.5°)57.0°45.25"450cc206gD4
G410 LST 10.5°10.5° (Adjustable +/- 1.5°)57.0°45.25"450cc206gD4
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful sitting driver. Driver sits perfect for my taste at address. Super square (if not slightly open) and with a deep vertical face. I would highly recommend getting fit for this driver. I grew up in a generation of playing 6.5 and 7.5 drivers and I was fit into a 10.5 with an x stiff evenflow 75 gram shaft at 45 inches (killer combination for me at 6 feet tall w swing speed of 115mph). This loft at first seemed high for what I’m used to but the loft/shaft combo resulted in high but penetration ball flights. Feel super confident that this is a great fairway finder that will allow you to make a move on the ball when I’m looking for a couple of extra yards.
Date published: 2019-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Distance and Control I have been playing my G410 LST a couple weeks now and have to say it is the best driver I have ever played. Even better numbers than my G400 LST. Lower spin -400rpm than the G410 plus. Launches a little higher than my G400 LST. Face is HOT, ball speed is up, but it seems easier to hit fairways than the G400, and that was a great driver.
Date published: 2019-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love this drive Just got out of what I thought was he best driver around, tried the pg410 lst and am hitting it longer and more cocnsistent. Would recommend a trial hit
Date published: 2019-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better impact feel & sound vs plus Springy off face, Solid driver. I hit the demo in the store against the 410 plus as my driver search was narrowed down. 410 plus was good, forgiving and spin was decent too. Then I tried the LST and immediately loved the feel at impact better. Felt a little softer on impact than the 410 plus and not as loud. Still loud but slightly toned down. I felt the ball coming off the face more like it was sprinting off it. For me the LST is stil a forgiving driver, just slightly less IMO vs the plus but sweet spot hits are further and lower aping for . I was about 2900-3300 with plus and 2400-2600 ( a few lower) with LST. for me 10 hcp 100 ss and I found best combo was ping tour 65 shaft stiff had the better dispersion. High toe misses with the lst still went almost same distance. Either driver can’t go wrong. Note: I think the Alta 55 stiff is acutely 63 grams and is counterbalance and has a nice smooth fell, outs more weight near hand and makes head feel lighter a little.
Date published: 2019-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new favorite club Tested all the usual suspects for my ‘once every 5 years’ driver upgrade. The fitters kept sticking the Callaways in my hand first and while my then current driver was a Callaway and so were my Apex irons, I wanted the best driver, not just the best Callaway driver. Similar to some of these other testers I got 25-30 more yards from the LST. I still can’t really believe it. I do have a descending attack angle. Used to be over the top and severely descending (-8) but am now about -3 to -5. I have the 9 degree driver set to 10 Neutral, and the numbers are terrific. Spin is in the 2700 range, I’m hitting it basically straight (I’m typically a fader (fader, not slicer)), and keep getting comments on the ‘boring’ trajectory. Ball speed is 150s-low 160s, carry is in the 258-272 range with total distances in the 275-305 range. I know the 305 because I drove the green on a short par 4 Sunday. I’ve played 3 rounds with it and the control has been amazing. The Even Flow shaft feels so smooth and strong, and it came with no upcharge. Get fitted by someone who isn’t interested in just selling you something, take your time (I hit this 3x in the fitting bays comparing to Callaway, Titleist, TM, Cobra, and Exotics before buying), and make sure you get the right shaft. If you struggle with poor attack angles on your driver leading to high spin rates, this club is freaking voodoo. I really do love it and instead of dreading driver I can’t wait to hit it. Signed, Regular Joe with no ties to Ping 8.3 Index
Date published: 2019-07-26
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