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  1. Thanks for the replies I'm trying one out at my local pro tomorrow
  2. Hi Please help I'm thinking of getting a Ping G410 Crossover 3 iron with regular standard Ping graphite shaft. I've read that you need at least a 90 mph swing speed to get the best performance from it. My swing speed is around 85 mph with my Driver, Fairway Wood and my Hybrid, (all Ping). Would this swing speed be enough as I intend mainly to use it off the tee. Thanks Richard
  3. I have a g410 hybrid with 22deg loft, bearing in mind my irons are 2deg flat. I'm tending to push my hybrid to the right. This is where the settings confuse me because leaving it neutral my understanding is in this setting it will be more upright and should encourage a right to left flight, which I would prefer. If I set it to a more flat setting then the push becomes greater. Is there a loft/lie combination that would give me a better ball flight. Am I right to assume that the neutral flat setting is 3 deg flat and the -1 is 1 degree upright. Also what is the the correct
  4. No disrespect to jlukes But I now have a g410 hybrid with 22deg loft, bearing in mind my irons are 2deg flat. I'm tending to push my hybrid to the right. This is where the settings confuse me because leaving it neutral my understanding is in this setting it will be more upright and should encourage a right to left flight, which I would prefer. If I set it to a more flat setting then the push becomes greater. Is there a loft/lie combination that would give me a better ball flight. Am I right to assume that the neutral flat setting is 3 deg flat and the -1 is 1 degree
  5. Thread starter #1 R Ratcatcher Newbie Joined May 2, 2016 Messages 12 Hi Please can somebody explain how the hosel settings on the ping G410 work. I have my driver set at neutral 10.5 loft and I want to keep that loft but I also want a flat lie setting. I’ve put it to neutral flat lie setting to try it out, but because I’ve moved the hosel to the flat lie position
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