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Mt. Pleasant PA

Strength - distance control

Weakness - short chips off tight lies


50 SS - stiff KBS 610 wedge shaft - CP2 golf pride grip

54 SS - stiff KBS 610 wedge shaft - 1/2 degree flat - CP2 golf pride grip

58 WS - stiff KBS 610 wedge shaft - 1/2 degree flat - CP2 golf pride grip



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Long time Ping supporter here.  Would be honoured to participate in this opportunity:


Your first name: Jamie Sass

Hometown/State/province: Paris, Ontario

Strength & weakness of your short game. Strength: Accurate yardage and gapping.  Weakness: Bunker play

The PING Glide 2.0 specs for a 3-wedge set that best fit your game (visit PING's website here).  50 SS, 54 SS, 58 WS.  Prefer NS Pro Modus 3 Stiff shaft.  Black dot

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Charlotte, NC, 

Strong with approach play from full swings, but struggle to dial in shorter yardages and give up a lot of shots around the green through inconsistent ball striking on my chip shots.

The webapp recommended a 52 SS, 56 WS and 60 WS with AWT 2.0 Wedge shafts 0.5" over standard and Silver lie angle. They even recommend a grip! Dyla-wedge White. 

TaylorMade 2016 M2 Driver 10.5 KuroKage Stiff

Cleveland Launcher 15.5 Hybrid

Titleist 915 hd 20.5 & 23.5

Callaway Apex Pro 5-PW 

Vokey 50 deg. F grind

Vokey TVD 56 deg. K grind

Tour Edge Tour Proto V1.1 62 deg.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada.

100 yard shots and chipping are my strengths. Weakness I would say are the odd distances or 65 45 35 yards.

50 54 58 KBS Tour Regular, Ping 5L Grip White. 

Standard lie and length.

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David Pier

Boston, Massachusetts

Strength: Full wedge shots, bump and runs

Weakness: 1/2 wedges

Specs: 50 SS, 54 SS, 58 ES (yellow dot, standard length, stock AWT 2.0 shaft, right hand)


I currently game the original glides and am in the market for new wedges. Despite living in a city that is currently under a blizzard watch- I play indoors at my coach's studio every weekend on a GC2 + HMT launch monitor. Would love to do a side-by-side comparison!

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Miami Lakes, FL

Creative shot maker who likes to fly balls to hole and stop with plenty of spin. Strength is wedge game from 100 and in with many club combinations of swing tempo, open face and choking up.

I would like the 52 ES, 56 SS and 60 WS set with 12 degrees of bounce on 56 and 8 and the 52 and 60.

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Scott Heiken


Chandler Az


Strength- shots off tight lies


Weakness- getting the ball to check out of the rough


Set 52ss, 56ss, 60ts


I'm in the market for new wedges anyway and I am trying to decide between Ping and TM



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Cameron Martinez

Fort Wayne, IN

Strengths: flop shots, chipping around the green, short pitches.

Weaknesses: distance control and spin on mid to long-range pitches.


Ping Glide 2.0 Wedge specs:

Ping 5L grip -1/16"

50*/SS, 54*/SS, 58*/SS

True Temper XP95 R300 shafts

Driver: :callaway-logo-1: 10.5* XR16 R Flex


Woods: :callaway-logo-1: Big Bertha V-Series 3 Wood R Flex


Hybrid: :titelist-small: 913H 21* R flex


Irons: :wilson_staff_small: C300 4-PW R Flex


Wedges: :titelist-small: SM5 50*, 54*, 58*


Putter: :cleveland-small: 2135 Cero 33" / :odyssey-small: EXO Seven S 33"

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First Name: Juan Manuel

Majadahonda (Madrid) Spain

Handicap: 16

Strengths: Chip and run

Weakness: Bunkers

Color code: red

52/SS, 56/SS, 60/ES


I'm a big fan of Ping clubs:

Drivers: Ping G SF-Tec and G25

3 Wood: Ping G25

20º Hybrid: Ping G25

Irons: Ping G Max

Putters: Ping Oslo Slate, Cadence TR Ketsch Heavy, Scottsdale TR Anser 2, Redwood

I need some Ping wedges too!!!

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County Down, Northern Ireland


Very sound short game, if a little one dimensional - tend to rely on manipulating one wedge only


3 x RH wedges (DG S300 shafts/Dyla Wedge grips)) : 50/SS; 54/ES; 58/SS




Now wouldn't it be good to get a perspective from a 5 handicapper from across the pond??  :rolleyes: 

Without looking out of my window, I can know the ways of Heaven


Current Bag Set-up:


Driver: 9* Callaway X-Hot2 - Project x 6.0 shaft

Fairway: 15* Callaway V-Series - Project x 5.5 shaft

Fairway: 19* Cobra Bio Cell - Project x 5.5 shaft

Fairway: 23* Cobra Bio Cell Rescue - Project x 5.5 shaft

Irons: Cobra Amp Cell - DG R400 shafts

Wedges: 52* Cleveland 588 RTG, 54* Vokey SM2, 60* Cleveland CG10

Putter: Scotty Cameron Red X X5

Ball: Titleist ProV1x (No 68) 


Come to Northern Ireland - home of the best courses in the World!!

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Lorain, Ohio United States


Strength is very short game. (20 Yards and Under)


Weakness is 30-85 Yard Shots


Ping Glide 2.0 Specs


Glide 2.0

Color: Black

Shaft N.S. Pro Modus 3 105

Stiff Shaft

Standard Length

White Color Grip Code

Grip Dyla-Wedge


Wedge 1: 50 Degree/SS 12 Degree Bounce


Wedge 2: 56/ES 8 Degree Bounce


Wedge 3: 60/SS 10 Degree Bounce

Taylormade M2 DriverTaylormade M2 3 WoodTaylormade M2 3, 4, and 5 HybridTaylormade PSI Irons with KBS Tour Stiff Shafts Odyssey White Hot 2 Ball PutterTaylormade Project A Golf Balls.

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Always wanted to try a Ping wedge - 

Bill House



need to correct bounce for my mid-wedge

want to try a lob wedge

Standard 52, 56, 60

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Thanks for making this offer.


Name: Peter

Location: Toronto, Canada

Strengths: wedges into the green between 80-115 yards

Weaknesses: consistency from bunkers and mid range pitches

PING Wedge set up: 52*SS, 56*SS, 60*SS, Left handed, PING Dyla-Wedge Gold grip, PING AWT 2.0 Wedge Shaft, +0.5" in length, 0.75* upright


I am a new registrant with My Golf Spy, and love this offer.  I had set of PING i15 irons, with PING Tour S wedges that I simply loved.  Still use a G25 driver, despite testing against new technology.  Bought a new set of Mizuno irons and Cleveland wedges two years ago, and still think about those PINGs with some nostalgia.  Would love to test the new Glide wedges, and share what a left handed, hockey playing Canadian can do with these!


Thanks for your consideration.

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