Since the club has been discontinued, it is somewhat difficult to find the G5 in new condition, and when you do, you might not be able to get the shaft combination you need. That said, when you do find the club, any reputable club maker will be able to help you re-shaft it to fit your swing. Contact your pro shop to see about club makers in your area, or contact Ping Golf directly to see about re-shafting your club.
Originally available with the Aldila green shaft or the Ping TFC 100H, the G5 can be suited to strong, fast swing speeds or slower, less powerful swing speeds. The Aldila green shaft, when used in combination with a swing of 100 mph or more, generates enormous pop off the clubface for very long, high drives.
While not available from Ping, the G5 can be found new at some discount retailers and online distributors. You can also find pre-owned G5 drivers online at auction sites like eBay. Just make sure you are dealing with a reputable seller. The G5 was an often-counterfeited club at one time, so you should keep an eye out for fakes.
Originally selling for more than $300, it is possible to find a new G5 for less than $200 at a discount retailer--a great value on a popular club a couple of seasons out of circulation.