Are Ping Eye 2+ Irons legal?

Are Ping Eye 2+ Irons legal?

The Ping Eye 2 clubs (irons and wedges) were grandfathered for life as part of a settlement in 1993 of a suit Ping filed against the USGA. In short, any Ping Eye 2 manufactured prior to March 31, 1990, is within the rules as long as the USGA governs the game.

What Ping irons are legal?

Because the use of pre-1990 Ping Eye 2 irons is permitted for play, public comments or criticisms characterizing their use as a violation of the Rules of Golf as promulgated by the USGA are inappropriate at best.”

Are Ping Tour S wedges legal?

The stainless steel PING Tour-S wedge has a Brushed Chrome finish, while its grooves are Tour legal, promising improved control. Multiple loft/bounce combinations are available.

Are V grooves legal?

The Big Lie: “Square Grooves Are Being Outlawed.” Golf club manufacturers can continue to make clubs with grooves shaped like a “V”, a “U” or “square”. The USGA Rules have previously allowed, and will continue to allow, for a series of “straight grooves” with diverging sides and a symmetrical cross-section.

Which is better SM7 or SM8?

The most significant difference between the new SM8 and its predecessors, the SM6 and SM7, is the position of the center of gravity. This aligned the center of gravity with the ideal impact position on the face, improving distance control and helping golfers flight shots lower.

What bounce do pros use on wedges?

So what are the pros doing when it comes to the bounce of wedges that they use? 10 bounce pitching wedges are the most used by the top 100 PGA Tour players while 10 and 12 bounce are common when it comes to gap wedges.

What bounce do pros use on 60?

There are probably as many different wedge bounces as there are pros. Many pros are moving to a dual grind that allows two different bounces for different situations. My Titleist fitter tells me most guys on Tour using Vokey’s, which is by far the most popular wedge, will be 8 degrees bounce on the 54–60 degree wedges.

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