When did Ping g10 come out?

When did Ping g10 come out?

01 September 2007

Are Ping g10 irons any good?

Just bought a new G10 for $430. Very easy to hit and very forgiving. Mis-hit goes straight but there is a 10-15% loss of distance. This is not the softest set of irons I’ve hit but if you strike the ball well, it feels solid….Model Reviewed: g10.

VALUE RATING 2 ★★ ★★★★★

How forgiving are Ping g10 irons?

These were our most consistent irons on test, and although not the longest, they proved extremely forgiving and incredibly easy to launch. By creating a new custom tuning port shape, the hitting area allows a consistent ball speed from the face, while an elastomer CTP insert controls vibrations for a solid feel.

How old are my Ping irons?

Contact the Ping Consumer Relations Department by phone at (800) 474-6434 or through an online contact form available on the company’s website. Provide the serial number to the representative, who will be able to find the manufacturing date and any other specifics regarding the club.

Can you order clubs directly from Ping?

Can I buy direct from PING? Yes. At this time PING offers bags, accessories and apparel available to purchase online. Check out ping.com/shop to view PING product.

Will Ping adjust my clubs for free?

you just pay the postage to ping the adjustments are free. they can be adjusted 4 degrees by ping. i have had it done twice. a ping retailer will send them to ping.

Do all PING clubs have serial numbers?

On iron sets, Ping puts the serial number on all clubs. On the newer drivers and fairway woods the serial numbers are on the sole of the club back toward the hosel.

Are Ping golf clubs the best?

Yes, Ping irons would certainly qualify as good to the average golfer. The craftsmanship of these irons is well-known with tour professionals and amateur golfers alike. Each club is made with first-rate perimeter weighting along with a cavity back look that provides exceptional forgiveness and top-tier ball speed.

Which is better Ping or Callaway?

The Ping G400’s were easier to pick up and play your game with while the Callaway Rogue Irons took more time to get used to. This was due mostly to the longer shaft lengths of the Callaway Rogue Irons. But in our opinion, the Callaway Rogue Irons faces allowed for better stopping power and control.

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