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Custom-engineered with weight closer to the heel, a lighter swing weight, and higher lofts for players whose typical miss is to the right, the G SF Tec produces right-to-left shot bend. A lower lead edge ensures contact occurs higher on the face. The thin crown allows the CG to be low-back to ensure high launch, low spin and extreme forgiveness.

PING G SF Tec Technology

  • Face view of G Fairway

    Carpenter 455 Face

    More than twice as strong as cast 17-4 stainless, Carpenter 455 allows for a thinner, variable-thickness, precision-machined face that increases flexing for fast ball speeds, high launch and greater distance. A unique process adds roughness to the face to reduce spin.
  • Low Face illustration for G Fairway

    Lower Lead Edge

    Getting the ball airborne is easy with a lower lead edge that slides the face under the ball so impact occurs higher on the face (12% higher than G30 fairway woods).
  • G Fairway Thin Crown Illustration

    Thinner Crown

    Weight saved by thinning the crown was used to lower the CG, increase MOI and make it easy to get the ball in the air, even when struck low on the face. Turbulators capture the ball and can aid in alignment.
  • G Fairway Cross-section illustration

    Tiered Internal Sole

    Cascading structure relieves stress at impact by pooling it so the entire face is engaged in flexing. Maximum energy transfer means fast ball speeds and big distance.

G SF Tec Reviews

Sole View of SF Tec Fairway
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G SF Tec

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Club Loft Loft Adjustability Length Average Lie Angle Head Size Swingweight
3-wood 16.0°degrees ±1.0°degrees 43" 56.0°degrees 175ccPing.Clubs.Specs.HeadSize.Units D0
5-wood 19.0°degrees ±1.0°degrees 42 1/2" 1/2 56.5°degrees 167ccPing.Clubs.Specs.HeadSize.Units D0


  • These are design specifications that may vary due to manufacturing tolerances.
  • Standard swing weights for Soft R and Regular shafts are 1 point lighter than shown.
  • Lie angle is an average of the five adjustable positions.

Sole View of SF Tec Fairway
G SF Tec

Maximizing your distance and accuracy on long shots from the fairway is accomplished by matching the correct shaft flex for your swing. The goal is to achieve the correct trajectory with the fairway wood, which maximizes distance with the longer woods and minimizes roll with the shorter woods.

Generally, the same shaft type and flex as your driver will produce the optimal trajectory in fairway woods, but it is not uncommon for players to have a different shaft brand, type and/or flex in their fairway woods since they are ground-impact clubs and may perform differently for some players.

We recommend that you get fit for the shaft that allows you to play your best golf. Whether that’s a softer, lighter shaft with a higher launch or a heavier, stiffer shaft with a lower trajectory, a PING Certified Club Fitter can help you find the shaft that brings consistency to your game.

Shaft Flex Weight Launch Angle
PING Alta 65
PING Alta Shaft
Soft Regular 63.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units High
Regular 64.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Mid High
Stiff 68.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Mid
X-Stiff 69.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Low Mid
PING TFC 80 Shaft
Lite 51.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units High
Soft Regular 63.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units High
PING Tour 65
PING Tour Shaft
Regular 53.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Mid
Stiff 57.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Low Mid
X-Stiff 62.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Low
PING Tour 80
PING Tour Shaft
Regular 64.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Mid
Stiff 70.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Low Mid
X-Stiff 76.0gPing.Clubs.Specs.Weight.Units Low


  • The PING Tour 65 shaft is available at an upcharge
  • The PING Tour 80 shaft is available at an upcharge

Sole View of SF Tec Fairway
G SF Tec

PING offers a variety of grip sizes and styles to fit different hand sizes and texture preferences. Since grip size influences your wrist action, and therefore the direction of your shots, it is commonly used by fitters to affect ball flight.

PING color-coded grips are available in six different diameters, and can be further customized with grip tape according to your needs. Once the neutral grip color code has been determined based on hand measurements, golfers may consider smaller diameter grips to help control fades and slices, or larger diameter grips to help control draws and hooks.

Grip Grip Size Description
PING 5L grip
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  • plus+1/32"Ping.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units
  • StdPing.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units
  • minus-1/64"Ping.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units
  • minus-1/32"Ping.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units
  • minus-1/16"Ping.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units

The 5L grip features a firmer texture in the upper portion to help control direction and a softer texture in the lower portion for enhanced feel. It is available in two versions - round for clubs with PING's Trajectory Tuning+ Technology, and ribbed for the hybrids and irons.

PING 5L Cord
PING 5L Cord grip
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  • StdPing.Clubs.Grips.ColorCode.Size.Units

The 5L cord grip features a firmer texture in the upper portion to help control direction and a softer texture in the lower portion for enhanced feel. Cord construction provides an extra-secure grip in all conditions. It is available in two versions - round for clubs with PING's Trajectory Tuning+ Technology, and ribbed for the hybrids and irons.

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