The Ping G20 Driver will aesthetically appeal to players who prefer a more traditional look. This driver is mainly designed for higher handicappers, but the fact that a number of high-profile Tour stars have already put it in the bag shows the broad appeal of the product. Ping has made thePing G20 Driver a wonderful truth, and it is also a bit pricy, so you may need to find cheap golf equipment for sale in many online shops to save some money.TheG20 Driverhas a heavier head than G15 (7 grams more than standard) for greater force at impact. Additional backweighting and a more elongated face shore up misses. (Ping "shaved" the head in the low toe area to meet the 460cc size limit.) The reconfigured clubhead — 5 percent higher moment of inertia on heel or toe hits — combines with a light, 45.75-inch "high-balance point" shaft (TFC 169D or TFC 169D Tour) to boost clubhead speed and, thus, distance. Specifically, the TFC 169D shaft has more flexible tip and butt sections for softer feel.Ping's G20 driver is making its public debut this week at the PGA Tour's FedEx St. Jude Classic. (The club will be available at retail in mid-August.) Expect Ping's Tour pros, including defending champion Lee Westwood, to work with the new driver during the practice days, though, it remains to be seen whether anyone will put it into play come Thursday.