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  1. Driver- Ping G400 SFT Regular Flex 3W- Ping G Stiff Flex 3Hy- Ping G400 Extra Stiff Flex 4-PW - Callaway XR OS irons Regular Flex (Graphite) 50, 56, 60 Wedges - Callaway Mack Daddy 3 Putter- Ping Sigma G Piper 3 Balls- Snell MTB X Optic Yellow Shoes- Ecco Biom 2 Under Armour Spieth 2 In a years time I’ve cut my average score down about 20-25 strokes per round. Shot an 88 yesterday on one of the tougher courses around my way. Would have been low 80’s if I didn’t get 3 penalties on two of the last three holes. So actually really happy with how far I’ve come in a years time.
  2. Follow our five testers of the G410 line as they put the first adjustable driver from PING through the paces. @jlukes Stage 1 Stage 2 @tony@CIC Stage 1 Stage 2 @fixyurdivot Stage 1 Stage 2 @PING Apologist #9 Stage 1 Stage 2 @GolfSpy STUDque Combined Stage
  3. Driver: 9 degree extra stiff hyperX Irons: 3-PW Ping s55 custom fit Wedges: Titleist vokey 56, 60, 64 Putter: Odyssey Rosie 2 Balls: Titleist ProV1x
  4. Well, this is my first ever time doing a WITB but here it is. Driver- Ping G400 10.5* Stiff Alta CB Shaft Wood- Ping G400 5W 17.5* Stiff Alta CB Shaft Hybrid- Cobra F8 One Length 22* Regular Shaft Irons- 5-AW Taylormade P790 UST Recoil 760 F3 w Smac Wrap Wedges- 58/12 RTX 2.0 64/6 RTX 4 (Might change as the year goes along) Putter- Odyssey O Works #1 34" And now for the pictures:
  5. Vessel 14-Way Player Stand Bag (Matte Black) F9 Speedback 9º (+1º, 45") | MCA Kuro Kage XD 70 S (72g, tipped 3/4") F9 Speedback 3/4 FW 14.5º (+1.5º, 42.75") | MCA Tensei CK Pro Blue 70 S (73g, tipped 1 3/4") G400 3H 19º (40.25") | MCA OT Hybrid 90 S (95g, tipped 1/2") Epon AF-505 4-PW | Nippon Pro Modus3 Tour130 S (hard stepped, 124g) RTX 4 50M, 54M, 58M | Nippon Pro Modus3 Wedge125 (133g) PXG Bat Attack (34") | BGT Stability Shaft | P2 Grips TOUR React MTB Black Accessories: Leupold GX-5i3, Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (midsize) and Tour Velvet Plus4 grips (standard +2), Robert Mark and Dormie Workshop headcovers/putter cover, and Cayce Golf caddy towel.
  6. I LOVE the G400 series, forgiving, easy to launch, straight, great turf interaction for those sweepers out there, fights the rights, everything works great, the G410 sounds even better, let's test it out!
  7. How do you improve on a line of drivers that had a member of the family win the coveted Most Wanted Driver in 2018? That's certainly a tough task for any group of engineers. But the really smart guys in the lab coats in the rooms where nobody is allowed to go in Phoenix are betting they have done just that. And they have gone into uncharted waters to do so. PING has been if not the last , then most certainly the last major equipment company to produce a driver with movable weights. For years PING has stated that it had enough technology built into each version of it's drivers that you need not worry about unscrewing plugs, or sliding bars, or inserting cogs etc. They had done all the work for you and the driver would work just fine, and they did thank you very much. Well take a close look at the rear of the new G410 Plus pictured below. You'll see three possible ports for a movable weight, center for neutral, on the heel for draw bias and out on the toe for fade bias. People have finally gotten what they have clamored for. And for those who prefer a driver with a bit of a draw bias and don't need to change if from that, well PING hasn't forgotten you, as it made the G410 SFT--Straight Flight Technology--and it otherwise has all the same technology. Will this movable technology along with all the hosel adjustment that can moved into eight different configurations make one of the best drivers on the market year in and year out even better? Well we're going to leave it to four dedicated and trustworthy and oh alright, it's OK to say-- LUCKY as well-- members of the My Golf Spy forum to test, play, review--and keep-- these drivers. The members of the forum will anxiously be awaiting the results. The testers will be getting these drivers pretty much the same time they will be hitting retail shelf's, so you will be among the very first consumers on the course with these incredible looking drivers. HOW TO APPLY: in this thread - and ONLY in this thread - tell us the following: 1. Your first name and home state or province. -US and CN eligible. 2. Your current handicap and driver swing speed 3. Your current driver 4. List whether you would like to review the G410 Plus or G410 SFT Pretty straightforward! Good luck, and we'll be announcing the testers in this forum early next week! WE HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE! Congrats to the following testers: @jlukes @fixyurdivot @tony@CIC @PING Apologist #9 Please see the post below for more details: Edited April 2, 2018 by GolfSpy Rob (see edit history)
  8. Don't forget about the good senior players when testing players equipment

  9. I am looking to unload a set of Ping iE1, blue dot, CFS Stiff, standard lofts & 6i measures at 37.75". These have been used the last two years and are in very good used condition with no issues other than general face wear and bag clatter - no scratches or gouges on the faces or soles. I put on new Ping 5L Cord grips (+1/32", hard to find) this summer and they feel great. I'm getting rid of these after a fitting showed that I need a stiffer & lower launching shaft and that allowed me to justify buying new toys rather than having them re-shafted! $300 $250 SOLD
  10. Ping G400 SFT Driver, stock PING G400 Stretch 3W, Tour 75 shaft PING G400 3 hybrid 19 deg, stock PING G400 4&5 Crossovers, Red dot PING i210 6-UW, Orange dot, DG 105 shafts PING Glide 2.0 Stealth 54 and 58, Orange dot SS grind. Scotty Cameron Futura x7m
  11. Clearing out some old stuff... Cobra F7 3 Wood - $155 Cobra F6 Baffler 5 Wood - $105 Ping i-Series Anser Putter w/SuperStroke Fatso CB Grip- $55 All clubs are used and do not come with headcovers. Grips on woods are like-new (~5 rounds) Midsize Golf Pride MultiCompund. I do have 1 club wrench to throw in for the first person who purchases one of the woods. If wrench is not available I will set to your desired loft/weight configuration before sending. All prices include shipping.
  12. Ok, the first part of my winter cleaning has begun, have to make room and of course $$$ for 2019 goodies. G400 Irons 4-PW 1/2 over in length NIppon Modus Tour 105 R Flex Green Dot (2 degrees Upright) SOLD Pull Overs All are XXL all Sold 1 for $25 (except for FJ Rain jacket, by itself $35 or included in Bulk prices as listed) 3 for $50 All 6 for $90
  13. Have this on eBay (listing #: 263959709791) listed at $185 + ship. Accepting offers there too, thanks. Edit: should have noted if you are interested in this, please PM me. Thanks!
  14. I'm holding out making any decisions on my next purchase until I have a better understanding of what the next generation iblade is released. I know the i500 just dropped and has been well received on the market place, and was hoping someone had some insight pertaining to the iblade 2.0. Does anyone know what kind of timeframe we can be looking at for these?
  15. What is in my bag Pooley7 Driver: Ping G Series 10.5* with Alta S-Flex 3 wood: Ping G Series Stretch 13* with Alta S-Flex 5 wood: Ping G Series 17.5* with Alta S-Flex Hybrid: Ping G10 18* with 65g DBS Tour Hybrid Prototype S-Flex Hybrid 2: Ping G10 24* with 65g DBS Tour Hybrid Prototype S-Flex 5 - PW Irons: Ping S57 with Ping AWT S-Flex Wedges: Ping Tour-W 54* & 58* with Ping AWT S-Flex Putter: Odyssey O Works 1W with Superstroke 2.0 XL grip Cart Bag: Bennington Organizer QO-9 All irons and wedges gripped with Lamkin Oversize grips. Woods and hybrids gripped with Ping ID-8 360 Midsize (gold) grips. Typing this makes me think what a Ping fan you must think I am. I suppose it's true, but I have had other clubs in my bag, it just seems a Ping-fest at the moment 🤷🏻‍♂️
  16. Such an exciting time of year, more than a handful of irons hitting or about to hit the market. Which one(s) have you reaching for your wallet? Me? it's a tough one, but I'd have to say the Srixon 585/785, closely followed by the PING 210. But I certainly wouldn't pass up a chance to try the new JPX Forged or Hot Metals
  17. WARNING: This is a somewhat lengthy post wherein I simply discuss some equipment changes and the reason behind them. I offer some data, but don't dive into launch monitor numbers or anything like that. I'm simply utilizing what knowledge I possess to make the game more enjoyable for myself and wanted to share my experience. Read on and comment if you'd like. I've been quite happy with my bag for some time now despite knowing that I've given up some distance and certain other luxuries. Finally, I decided it was time for a change and wanted to start with the driver. My Nike Vapor Pro w/ Aldila RIP a 60 shaft has been an absolute fairway finder compared to the drivers it replaced, but ball speed has always been a touch low. Having worked part-time at a golf course for 8 months gave me some time to demo a few clubs and I was impressed with the latest crop of Ping drivers. Of course, I don't have a ton of money to spend on equipment right now, but the pro had a Ping G LS Tec in 9* w/ Tour 65 Stiff shaft and sold it to me at his cost. I tried the G400 LST with the same shaft and it seemed like a real bomber so the G should be just as good. My mistake. My experiment with the Ping G failed miserably as it seemed to just spin too low and drop out of the air. During a test round where I alternated between my gamer and the G on each hole, the G found 1/7 (14%) fairways with a maximum total distance of 247 yards and an average of 232. Meanwhile, my Vapor managed 5/7 (57%) fairways with a max of 282 and an avg of 245. As it happens, slow play caused me to join up with a twosome on the 11th hole and one of the gentlemen offered to let me try his G25 after describing my experience with the G. I don't know what loft he handed me or what flex the shaft was - just that it was the stock TFC 189. It took one swing for me to realize that not only was the G a mistake, but my trusted Vapor as well. Fast forward a little bit and the G is gone - sold on eBay and shipped it off just today - and I have a 9.5* G25 sitting in my bag with the TFC 189 in stiff flex and an Aldila RIP a 60 to experiment with as well. I took the G25 out on Wednesday and played 18 - 9 holes with the TFC and 9 holes with the Aldila. Over 18 holes I managed 9/14 (64%) fairways with a max of 299 (off the very first tee in soft conditions) and an avg of 253. Looking at each shaft individually, I hit one more fairway with the Aldila than with the TFC, but average distance with the stock shaft was 266 yards vs. 241. More surprising to me was how incredible the TFC felt throughout the swing and at impact compared to the Aldila that I'm so fond of in my Vapor Pro. In keeping with the theme of mistakes I've made, I've never been satisfied with my Vapor Flex fairway wood and the Vapor Flex hybrid has been touch and go since day one. So, now on order is a Titleist 906F2 w/ Alidla NV 75 Stiff (best fairway I've ever owned and should not have gotten rid of) as well as a Titleist 585 hybrid w/ NV 85 (testing required but definitely prefer the feel over my Nike). To top it all off, i have finally decided to make the switch from Game Golf Live to Arccos 360. I've long held the position that I would never use Arccos as long as it required having my phone on me at all times, but I've grown tired of waiting for Game Golf to release the new "Pro" version or even release more details. Likewise, their user interface for both the app and the website have gotten long in the tooth. So that's it. Those are the changes I will be making and hopefully this is the setup I will continue to play until I can finally afford to get custom fit for a complete new set. Staying in the bag are my Vapor Pro Combo irons (4-PW), Vokey SM5 wedges (52, 56, 60), and my beloved Scotty Futura 6M. Thanks for reading, hope you enjoyed!
  18. OFFICIAL PING GLIDE WEDGE REVIEW StrokerAce - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 MGoBlue100 - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Aliens8mycow - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Mmmmmmbuddy - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Visit Pings website HERE Visit Pings Facebook HERE Visit Pings Twitter HERE Visit Pings Instagram HERE
  19. So I was at a Demo Day this past Friday (6/16/18) hitting irons and the Ping Rep mentioned that Ping was going to release a new iron. He didn't know that date and didn't say what they were, Anyone heard this rumor ?
  20. First off let me say this is in no way affiliated with the testers that were chosen in one of the forum testing opportunities. This is just my review of my new gamers. Background I have been playing golf for about 20 + years off and on. I started when I was around 15. I have taken periods off like years at a time depending on my situation. I recently started back and my irons at the time were Titleist 704CBs that I had bought used off of eBay about 8 or 9 years before. I went out with my younger brother about 2 months ago, he had been wanting to play for months before that. Truthfully I played terribly, I shot around 120…no joke…I am serious. When I played regularly while stationed in Hawaii 6 years or so ago, I consistently shot 90 so I was a bogey golfer. So when I bought these irons I would have to say that my handicap was about 20 give or take. We will discuss where it is now later in the post. I decided to get a fitting a my local pro shop. I called made an appointment and decided to go with Ping for the fitting. Honestly, I always wanted some Ping clubs because of their perceived forgiveness and the fact that they hold their value. The pro took some measurements prior to our fitting session. He had a basic idea of what dot color I was going to need. Ping used a color coded system for all of their fittings. We then headed out to the range.I hit a number of shots with my 704CBs. Then we began the fitting. He asked some basic questions like what look I preferred. I have never been in to clunky looking irons even if they do improve your game. I wanted a thin top line and as much forgiveness as I could get. He immediately said that he thought with my swing and my preferences that the I200 would suit me quite well. He said that the AWT 2.0 would fit me nicely. He actually helped me by making a few adjustments to my swing during the fitting process. From the first strike I could tell the difference. The weight of the I200 with the AWT shaft improved my overall tempo. It felt lighter than my True Temper S300 704CB. The lighter combination helped my swing speed. We didn't have a Trackman or anything, but I was hitting the I200 7-iron around 165 compared to my previous 704CB 7-iron distance of 150. I gained roughly 15 yards of distance and the forgiveness was amazing. On the 704CB, even though technically a cavity back, every slight mishit was a jolt to the hands. The I200 however was much less painful. I can feel my mishits but I am not penalized as badly as before. We settled on the Red Dot after hitting with impact tape and the lie board. I was striking it dead center ever swing. I could even see the difference in my divots. My shot shape with my previous iron set, when I played great, was a slight draw which I liked and with the new I200s I was getting that shape with ease. First Impressions My overall first impression was I loved the finish on these irons, its like a pearl satin coating. The top line isn't the thinnest, but it isn't clunky by any means. As with all of Ping's irons, the bottom groove is white which I think may help with alignment. When you look at the iron, you can tell it is of top quality. The sole is wider than blades and the leading edge looks like it will cruise though the turf with ease. It reminds me of one of the TaylorMade irons from a while back, can't remember which one exactly. Performance This is where this iron truly shines. I practiced a couple of times on the range after my new irons came in. Honestly the first time out, I didn't hit them that well. I was feeling like I made a mistake with the purchase. My first round with these in the bag went quite well. I was still getting used to the feel and the yardage differences but I posted a solid 88 total score. Here are the stats collected using The Grint App (highly recommended!!) I really can't compare this to anything prior, but my overall feeling was that I was striking the ball pretty good, I hit a lot of greens even on my mishits so the forgiveness in these irons was really helping me. My GIR that day was 44%, but I must tell you that when I did miss a green it wasn't by much. My chipping and putting really killed me that day. The following week I took a short game lesson from the same pro that fitted me for the irons. I had two 45 minute practice sessions that week along with the 30 minute lesson. My next round was on a Friday after work, can't beat $21 twilight golf. The practice and lesson really paid off here. The score is below. My GIR improved to 50% and I was really starting to get a good feel of these clubs. My score went down by 7 shots and it had a lot to do with my short game lesson. I went about two weeks later after work. I practiced once that week for 45 minutes. An important note here is that I am not hitting driver off the tee. Honestly I am scared to at this point. I haven't been hitting the driver very well in the practice sessions and thus am hitting 2, 3, or 4 hybrid on each hole. I am putting it in the fairway consistently. You can see the scorecard below. My GIR improved to 67% and I improved my score by 1 stroke. I was starting to get some confidence with the irons through the practice sessions and really working on my tempo. I also started thinking more about strategy during this round. I am starting to plan my shot selections based on the hole back to the tee. There are a couple of yardages that I have the most confidence in and I am trying to get chances at those yardages. I am aiming at the middle of the green on most approach shots. My misses are ending up on the greens because of where I am aiming. An important note here is I started to hit driver during this round selectively some good and some bad. I didn't practice this past week but went out and played on a whim on Wednesday. The wind was howling into my face and I didn't warm up on the range prior to the round. Truthfully by the second hole I wished I had hit a small bucket of balls. My 2nd hole PAR 3, I ended up plugged in the right hand bunker. I didn't know what to do with that at all. Subsequently, I quadruple bogeyed that hole. Instead of getting upset and letting it bother me, I focused on settling down and really seeing the ball being struck. I finished the round very strong. See the score card below. My GIR ended up being 61% but as you can see once I let the club do the work and settle down at the turn my GIR was 89% on the back 9. I hit driver on every hole I could this round and this left me with approach shots of distances I was comfortable with. I didn't go after every flag, but the streak of 4 birdies in a row was because I was flag hunting. My confidence in my iron play is really growing. I really feel that these irons are the reason. The swing weight combined with the forgiveness is leading to much better consistency. Value & Likelihood of purchase I am not going to say the value is that great. These irons are top level irons. The price is pretty standard with other companies that are in the market. Maybe they are a little less than offerings from Callaway and Titleist so maybe there is some value there. I purchased them so likelihood of purchase is a 10…lol. I would definitely buy them again. I think if you hit them at your local fitter or at a demo day you will agree. I also think that the value is there because most other companies are offering forged clubs in this segment which don't hold up nearly as well as cast so these irons will last me a very long time. I am thinking 10 years of play so in my book that is a great value. I regularly see Ping irons from way back on eBay and even know of people that still pay with PING ZINGS, EYE 2s and the rest. Overall Ratings & Final Thoughts My overall ratings are as follows: Performance (60 of 60 points), Looks and Feel (20 of 25 points) and Likelihood of Purchase (15 points). The question here is pretty simple will this make the bogey golfer a better player. I give that a resounding YES!!! Now these irons are expensive and if you are on a tight budget then it will be tough to get. These cost $875 with 5-UW included in my set. I am only saying that for my game, these irons are definitely the reason I have seen my scores drop so rapidly. The looks and forgiveness are the main contributors to the success I have had. I hope you enjoyed this quick write up. I know a lot of you are looking at new irons and wanted to give you my perspective. My handicap is now trending toward 7.2 and these irons are the reason. Let me know what you think. Thanks for reading.
  21. I have been playing 714 AP2's the last few years and starting to play less and less. I have been offered a set of Ping I irons for my set. I just wanted to get an input on the trade and if I should do it because I'd like an iron with more forgiveness. Thanks in advance
  22. OFFICIAL PING i200 IRON REVIEW Shankster - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Dang3rtown - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Mdumble21 - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Opsimpson - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Golfspy Bones - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Visit Pings website HERE Visit Pings Facebook HERE Visit Pings Twitter HERE Visit Pings Instagram HERE
  23. Kenny B

    Doon

    Ping Sigma G Doon Putter At age 70 I have been playing golf for 26 years now, and I have never been one to collect putters. I have struggled in my early years with putting; my local pro said I had “hands of stone”. I had 4 putters in those 26 years. About 7 years ago I bought a used anser-style Boccieri Heavy Putter at a Golfsmith because it felt good when making a stroke. The extra weight seemed to quiet the hands and allowed a smooth pendulum motion. My putting improved. Then 2 years ago I was fortunate to test a Nike Converge mallet putter for MyGolfSpy, and I decided that I liked mallet heads. I have used these two putters off and on for the past year. There are some things I like about each one, but there are also issues with each one. So, I began a search for something new. Last February I was in Scottsdale, AZ on a golf vacation and went to Ping for a free fitting. I highly recommend it if you are in the area. The Ping Sigma G putters were just out and MyGolfSpy did an article on them. https://mygolfspy.com/first-look-ping-sigma-g-putters/ Ping only had a couple of models, and I was fitted for the Kushin. I made a lot of putts with it, but I decided I wanted a mallet. When I came home, I started looking for the Sigma G models and specifically the Doon. No luck. Nobody had it. I liked the shape of the Doon and the 400 gram mallet head, heavy by most putter standards. That suited me because my Boccieri putter weighs 900 grams. The Doon is also counterbalanced with a 130 gram grip. The standard lengths are 35-38 inches; way too long for me!! My Boccieri is 32 inches and the Nike is 33 inches. I finally decided to buy it, and I ordered it from 2nd Swing in Minnesota because their website allowed customization where other sites did not. The shortest length listed was 34 inches, so that's what I selected. I also selected Green Dot which was determined by the Ping fitting. Green Dot is Ping's color code for 2* upright lie angle… 70* is standard. I bought it. The next day I get a call from Minnesota. OK, I get nuisance calls all the time from all over the country, and I almost ignored it, but for some reason I picked up. A rep from 2nd Swing was calling to confirm the unusual specs on the Doon. He also wanted to know if I wanted a SuperStroke grip on it instead of the counterbalanced Ping CB60 grip. Apparently, the CB60 grip is for the longer putters, but that grip matched the specs I was looking for in a putter. It was very nice of them to call and verify my order. Since it was a special order, it would take up to 2 weeks to get it. When it came, I immediately went to my course's practice putting green. Spent about an hour with it. It feels different than any putter I have ever tried. The first very noticeable difference with the Doon is the sound. It has that classic old "Ping" sound on longer putts. Short putts are more muted, but it's still there. I figured it would take awhile to get used to it on the course, and I was right. I've had it for a week now, and I think I am just now starting to be comfortable with it. Short putts are no problem; love it!! I had problems on longer putts with speed control. My stroke with the counterbalance is slightly different; it's purely a pendulum motion whereas my usual stroke is pendulum with a little acceleration from my trail hand. Today's round finally felt like I had a better control of distance, but more rounds are certainly necessary. However, I think I am going to like this putter a lot. Time will tell.
  24. Well for me this will be challenging, as I know the number will be higher than I expected, and my memory isn't what it used to be. But I thought it'd be fun to list all the drivers we've had in the bag at one time or another. I was going to go by year, but I don't have that good of recall anymore, so I'll go by brand. Let the fun begin. Adams Golf: Speedline Bridgestone: J815- Callaway- Original Big Bertha FT5 FT9 Draw FT-IZ X-Hot Optiforce 460 Steelhead + XR XR16 Mini 1.5 Cleveland Launcher 400 Launcher Comp 460 Launcher Ti460 HiBORE Classic 290 Cobra ZL Encore LV5 Mizuno MP-001 Nickent 4DX Nike SQ Dymo Vapor Fly PING G2 G5 G20 Srixon Z565 Taylormade Burner Burner Super Fast JetSpeed R1 R7 Super Quad R9 R9 460 R11 R15 Titleist 905R 975J 983K 909D Comp 910 D2 913 D2 917 D3 Wilson Deep Red 305 D200 That's 45 drivers over essentially 22 years of playing full time. Not counting the year or two I played in the early 80s with equipment handed down from my dad. Even with all these, I'm somehow still feeling like I'm forgetting 1 or 2
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