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Yes I would like to test the PING Crossover. I currently have difficulty hitting my 3 Hybrid straight. I pull hook it drastically. I am looking for that magic iron/club that will fix the Indian. My wife keeps telling me that "it's the Indian not the arrow"

  • First name: William Dobbs
  • Home state: TEXAS
  • Current handicap: 20
  • Current long iron/hybrid, plus shaft and flex: Callaway 3 hybrid shaft: (what it came from off the shelf)


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Yes I would like to test the ping crossover. I am currently a 15.6 handicap is as low as 11.2 last year. I played very bad in Florida I am 66 years old and losing club head speed. Whatever However I should be able to play better than 15.6 I currently am playing two hybrids, both Callaway four and five regular shaft

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New Member. I have been trying to find a hybrid or long iron to replace my Ping 1iron for 20 years. I am J.B., handicap 1, live in Maine and I currently game aping G30 hybrid with a stiff shaft. I have really wanted to try out the crossover and this would be great. thx.

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Haven't played Ping in awhile and would like the chance to play them again.








Cleveland 588 MT 3 iron Actionlite 55 Graphite shaft

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This is great. 


First name: Jeff

State: Minnesota

Handicap: 5.3

Hybrid/long irons: 17 degree Ping G30 with stock shaft (stiff). I just got new Callaway Apex irons and for the first time I didn't get a 4-iron, so I have a hole to fill. My 5 iron is an Apex with KBS C-Taper (stiff)


Thanks for the consideration.



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Needing a little more distance and control vs my current 4 iron and 4 hybrid.  This seems like a perfect option/fit.

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  • First name: Ryan
  • Home state: CA
  • Current handicap: 17
  • Current long iron/hybrid, plus shaft and flex: Romaro Type R, 3 & 4 hybrid, Veylix Rome 988 shaft in stiff flex


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  • First name - Jamie
  • Home state - NY
  • Current handicap - +1
  • Current long iron/hybrid, plus shaft and flex - Hybrid:  Callaway X2hot UST V2105x and Callaway X Tour Proto 21* Project X 6.5

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Wow!  only the 3rd day and there are nearly the same number of applications as the Mizuno JPX850 forged test which was open for 10 days.  A new record coming.  

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  • First name: Mike
  • Home state: PA
  • Current handicap: 16
  • Current long iron/hybrid, plus shaft and flex: Mizuno 825 JPX 2, 3, 4 hybrids regular flex


Thanks for the opportunity to be considered.


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First Name: Adam

Home State: Ohio

Current Handicap: 20 ish (this will be the year that changes :))

Current Hybrid: Cobra Fly Z 3-4 hybrid Matrix VLCT Atlus Regular Flex


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First name: Joe

Home state: Colorado

Current handicap: 15

Current long iron/hybrid: Ping G Hybrid (4) 22 deg, Ping Alta S Flex 70


After a fitting, I replaced the entire lower end of my bag with Callaway XR OS. Then we decided to go with Ping G Hybrids to round them out. The Ping 3-Crossover (18 deg) might be a perfect fit between the hybrid and the Ping G 3-Wood.


Thanks for considering me!


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First name: Matt

Home state: Maryland

Current handicap: 12

Current long iron/hybrid, plus shaft and flex: Titleist 910h, Mitsubishi Diamana ahina stiff

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Tony Zoppi

Handicap 13

Kenneth Smith Hybrid 24 degrees Graphite Regular

Adams V Hybrid  Lite Graphite Shaft 19 degrees

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First Name: Eric


Home Town: Calgary, Alberta Canada


Current Handicap: 15


Current Long Hybrid: Taylormade RBZ Stage 2. Regular flex graphite shaft (stock). 


Thank you for considering me!

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I would absolutely love to have the chance to give this thing a rip.  It would look so sweet with with my G25's and Nome TR.


Name: Brandon

State: Kentucky

Handicap: nasty hook....15

Irons: Ping G25 4-PW, green dot, CFS X-flex, Lamkin UTX mid

Hybrid #1: Cleveland Mashie 16 deg., stiff flex

Hybrid #2: Adams Pro Mini 20 deg. Aldila Tour Green X-flex


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