Ping Launch G Le2 Range for Women

Ping has launched an entire new range aimed exclusively at lady golfers after unveiling the complete set that makes up the new G Le2 family.

Ping has long been a pioneer of designing clubs to suit female golfers, previously releasing the dedicated G Le model. And now things have gone a whole lot further with the G Le2 range which is being custom fitted to create the perfect combination in the bag.

The G Le2 are instantly recognisable as a set of clubs for women given they have all been designed with a dark pink/purple color scheme, and this time there is everything covered from driver to a choice of putters.

Ping has focused on the use of lighter materials throughout the G Le2 family, as well as incorporating new technologies into the designs too.

“The G Le2 represents our continued commitment to providing women golfers of every skill level with premium, high-performance equipment optimized to their swing speeds,” said Stacey Pauwels, Ping Executive Vice President and the granddaughter of Ping founders Karsten and Louise Solheim.

“To achieve one of our performance goals of improving the feel of the club throughout the entire swing, we focused on making the clubs lighter overall. We integrated our extensive knowledge of materials and manufacturing processes with our proven design technologies to deliver measurable improvements throughout the set.

“At the same time, we wanted to present the new clubs in a visually appealing and confidence-inspiring way. We’re extremely excited about the results and look forward to bringing the G Le2 family to women golfers around the world.”

The range includes the Ping G Le2 driver, Ping G Le2 fairway wood, Ping G Le2 hybrids, Ping G Le2 irons and three options of Ping G Le2 putters.

The G Le2 driver now has a more rounded titanium crown, which has been designed for better aerodynamics and speed through the air. It also has a higher MOI, a faster face for added ball speed and a better launch angle, and is lighter than its predecessor.

The fairway woods now come with an adjustable hosel, something that wasn’t part of the previous G Le design. The MOI is higher, the face faster and the launch higher to create added distance. The woods are available in 3, 5, 7 and 9 options.

The G Le2 hybrids, available in 4, 5, 6 & 7 options, also feature the same technology for higher launching ball striking and increased speed off the new face. The 7-hybrid is the new addition from the previous range.

For players comfortable with irons, the G Le2s are available from 6-9 and also feature PW, UW and SW. Featuring COR-Eye technology and a undercut design, they have been made lighter, but have added forgiveness and produce longer and straighter shots.

Three putters give golfers a serious choice to find their ideal flat stick with the Anser, Shea and Echo options each offering something different. The Anser is the traditional blade version, the Shea is a mid-mallet option and the Echo is the mallet version in the range.

All three putters have enhanced feel and forgiveness thanks to a dual-durometer face insert, but significantly come with adjustable length shafts between 31 inches and 35 inches to fit lady golfers of all heights.

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