Golfbidder's range of Ping hybrids and utility irons represents over a decade of research and development. Back to a time where adjustable CG locations and Turbulators we're only a pipe dream, there are Tour winning clubs and iconic products at every turn. With tour legends such as Bubba Watson, Louis Oosthuizen and Lee Westwood along with new names such as Tyrell Hatton and Tony Finau, Ping clubs, and indeed Ping hybrids and utility irons are not difficult to find at the business end of PGA Tour, European Tour, and Major Championship leaderboards.
Ping's ethos, revolves around evolution, instead of revolution between models and, as a result, you'll notice that older models of Ping Golf clubs are not radically different at first glance than the latest releases are. However, the technology involved is, and make Ping hybrids some of the best on the market.
When looking for a second-hand Ping Hybrid, look no further than their hugely successful G series. There has been a G Series hybrid in the range from the early 2000s and are characterised by their forgiving profile and high MOI design which gets the ball in the air as quickly and easily as possible. The most recent iterations, the G410 and G400 both feature the same tech as the driver and fairway of the same name to deliver exceptional performance across Ping's entire metal wood range.
Alternatively, if you are looking for an iron-like profile to fill the space between woods and iron set, the Ping Crossover series is one to consider. With tungsten weighting and "fast face" technology, the Crossover range is designed for the better player who is looking for the same variety and imagination afforded by irons over woods. However, whilst maintaining this control, the Crossover series offers the speed and forgiveness of a hybrid to create proper and consistent gapping from long irons to fairway woods. Note too that Crossovers follow Ping's colour dot system.