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The PING G SF Tec driver has all the advancements and distance of the new G driver with lots of help for the slicer.
The PING G SF Tec driver is hard to pick out of a line up with its two brothers, the G driver and the G LS Tec driver. All three have a fairly big, round footprint and a matte black crown adorned with Turbulators and Dragonfly Technology. When you flip the SF Tec driver over, you’ll see what makes it unique: a block of weight towards the heel that helps move the ball right to left.
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The combination of a CoG nearer the heel and an adjustable face angle made the G30 SF Tec a certified slice buster. With the new G SF Tec driver, the slice-busting ability has been turned up another notch. The same hosel adjustability is still in place, but the CoG has been moved slightly closer to the heel. That means that slicers will get even more help in turning the ball over from right to left.
Beyond the CoG shift, the G SF Tec driver got the same upgrades as the other new PING G drivers: Vortec Technology and Dragonfly construction. What these do is to make the driver faster and more forgiving, respectively. Add to that the Turbulators, and you have a driver that is forgiving, fast, and will help slicers hit longer, straighter shots.
Whether you’re a chronic slicer just trying to keep the ball in bounds or someone who simply would like to hit a draw for a little more distance, the PING G SF Tec is a driver you should definitely be trying this demo season. It has loads of forgiveness, technology that makes it fast, and plenty of help to turn the ball over.