This guide is for persons buying or selling classic Ping brand golf clubs on eBay,including Eye2, Eye2 +no+, Eye2+, Zing, Zing2 and ISI models.These rules developed from purchasing thousands of dollars of Ping...
In this sequel to Buying Classic Ping Irons , I hope to answer many of the questions which have been sent to me since the original guide came out. Again, the main topic will be the second series of Ping irons:...
In the final installment of this guide series, more answers to questions from eBayers are listed. Again the main topic is the popular second generation of Ping brand golf clubs (Eye2 to ISI) but with...
Ping iWedges were introduced in late 2006. They are cavity-back, cast clubs with a tuning port and come in even-numbered lofts from 48 - 60 degrees. They have square grooves and usually come with the popular ... read full review
Recently Ping introduced the Redwood series of premium putters. Unlike previous Ping putters, which were cast out of stainless steel and a variety of alloys like Manganese Bronze and Beryllium Copper, the Redw... read full review
Great club for scratch and low handicappers only; critical sweet spot
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Mine came with the Aldila 60g Blur shaft. The club came weighted for draw with the heavier of the two weights in the heel of the club. I hit a few and found this set-up totally unacceptable -- I exchanged the... read full review
I bought the FT-3 11 degree with a neutral face and the NVS-55 stiff shaft. Shaft length is 45" and it has a Golf Pride Tour Wrap grip. This is not the "Tour" model which has different weightin... read full review
I purchased a used Ping G10 with a Soft Regular flex shaft and 12 degees of loft. I then cut it down for use as a junior club for my 10 year old son as neither he nor I was happy with the Ping Moxie set driver... read full review