Ken Morton Jr., Gives A Special Peek Into PING G430 Engineering
Ken Morton Jr, Explains PING G430 Spinsistency
Ken Morton Jr., Morton Golf Vice President of Retail & Marketing, is an active voice in the golf industry through his work in golf education and the Association of Golf Merchandisers. He has given seminars to PGA sections and AGM groups in 10 different states and is a contributing writer to numerous publications. Under his guidance, the golf store has won the Golf Digest/Golf World Business Top 100 Golf Shop Award an unprecedented 25 consecutive times. Recently, he hosted a video, What is Spinsistency? Ken shares an in-depth look into the PING G430 and its coined term “spinsistency” with golfers.
What Is Spinsistency?
Ken explains how the spinsistency element delivers a cutting-edge golf club design that allows the golfer to hit anywhere on the face and have the same launch and spin.
Understanding How The PING G430 Is Different
Generally, hitting high on the face can result in high spin and high launch.
In the same way, hitting low on the face can result in low spin and low launch.
The engineering uses spinsistency to allow you to hit the ball evenly regardless of where contact happens on the face. EFT, which is a combination of acupuncture and quantum physics, technology was used to design this.
More About “What is Spinsistency”
Continue to watch the video and Ken will explore more features which include but are not limited to:
- Carbon Fly
- Tungsten Weight
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