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Pittsburgh, PA

Wedge play from 110 is definitely my strength. Weakness would be spin control

52 SS, 56 SS, 60 ES is recommended.


Never owned a ping wedge, but curious to try them out.


​Thanks for the opportunity

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Baltimore, Md

Strength 80 yards and in

Weakness sand and chips to short side pins

Setup 52ss/56ss/60ts

Driver: Callaway Big Bertha Fusion

3wood: Titleist 917F

5 wood: Titleist 917F

irons Taylormade M2 6-PW

hybrids Taylormade 4 and 5

wedges: Titleist SM8 50/54/58

putter: Scotty Cameron Newport slotback

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Umberto (hcp 12)


Vicenza (ITALY)


Strenghts: Chip & Run


Weaknesses:Bunker Shot
46°   52°   58°  Black dot    Grip Yellow code (midsize)  1" inch plus (I'm tall 190cm)  
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Melville, NY

Strength: sand shots and partial wedges.


Weakness: full wedge shots.

Setup: 52*/SS; 56*/WS; 60*/TS; all +0.5" & 2* upright, with Ping 5L orange +1/16" grips; w/Ping AWT shafts.


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296hole-in-one WITBDriver - Ping G400 Max 10.5* or Titleist 917 D3 10.5*. Fairways - Srixon ZF45 17* 4w; Callaway Rogue 16.5* 4w; Callaway Epic 20* Heavenwood & 24* Divine Nine wood. Irons: TaylorMade P790, 4 - AW. Wedges - Cleveland Black RTX 2.0 AW 52, SW 56 & LW 60; Callaway SureOut 58* SW & 64* XW. Putter(s) - Scotty Cameron Concept X CX-01; Scotty Cameron Golo S5; Scotty Cameron Red X2 C/S; Ping Sigma 2 Wolverine H; Balls - Callaway Truvis; Volvik Vivid Matte Finish; Titleist Pro V1x.

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Chris Robertson



Strengths of short- short shots and half swings

Weakness of short game 80/100 yard approach shorts and bunkers.


Also I'm using glide 1.0 in the same setup


52* SS

56* ES



1/2in longer

Nippon Modus3 105x

Ping 5L cord yellow dot



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Matt Craze, New York, 11101

Handicap: 4.6 

Strengths: traditionally good short-game player from teenage golf years, although has declined with time with less practice. Originally from the UK, I grew up playing bump-and-run on a links golf course. 

Weakness: I currently play Ping Gorge wedges -- I decided to switch to a 2-wedge system -- 52 and 58 degrees. However, I would like to experiment with 52, 56, and 60, which offer a little more flexibility on tight tree lined courses and small green complexes so typical of NY state. I also discovered through taking the Ping measurement system that I should be a blue dot player, whereas I have always played black dot. I plan to transition to blue dot irons once I find the budget for it! But this would be great moment to experiment with blue dot system. I would also like to experiment with the ES (eye sole) bounce. I also use Ping Gold 1/32" oversize grips on all my clubs.

Desired test: Blue dot, ES, Gold grip 1/32" (52, 56, 60) 


Current clubs: 

Ping G Driver, 9 degree loft, stiff shaft 

Ping i25 3 Wood, 15*, stiff shaft 

Ping Rapture driving iron, black dot, stiff shaft

Ping S56 3-PW black dot 

Ping Gorge wedges, wedge flex, 52" 58" 

Seemore FGP putter (I also have a Ping 65 Cadence, I go between the 2 but want to put a thick grip on the B65 to have an apples-to-apples comparison) 

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Orlando, FL


My short game weakness is short chip shots and 30-40 pitch shots.  Making consistent contact on less than full shots. 


My three wedge set would include a 50 degree, 54 degree, and 58 degree.  My Pings are black dot with 2 wraps in the midsize grips.  Irons have Project Xi 6.0 shafts.

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San Diego (Vista), California

Strength:  bunker shots

Weakness: tight lies, 1/2 - 3/4 shots 


46 ss, 50 ss, 56 es - green dot, AWT regular shaft - Ping's wedge grip


I am a Ping guy from way back, current irons are G series, with original Glide wedges (50/56). 

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Centerton, Arkansas

Strength: less than full wedges

Weakness: Bunker play


50/SS 50.00° 35.50" 0.04" 64.00° 12.0° D2 RH/LH 54/ES 54.00° 35.25" 0.06" 64.25° 8.0° D3 RH/LH


58/TS 58.00° 35.00" 0.03" 64.50° 6.0° D4



All with Dynamic Gold shafts, X100


Ping 5L grips. Yellow

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Austin, TX


Very good on firm surfaces (practiced off black top during lunch at work and played Muni's as a kid). Weakness is bunkers at my handicap level. Not a lot of time or facilities to practice but can usually get within 10-15 feet every time.


Ping Glide 2.0 50/SS, 54/ES. 58/TS, Graphite S80 shaft, any grip (Pure Mid size will be installed minutes after receiving them)


​Have always played Ping irons but not wedges, Vokey's currently in the bag.

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Allen, Texas

weakness:  proximity to hole on short chips and less than full shots

Strength:  clean contact typically with wedges, good out of bunkers

52 degree SS, 1 degree flat +1/2"

56 degree SS, 1 degree flat +1/2"

60 degree ES, 1 degree flat +1/2"

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Jack Beres


Waukesha WI & Phoenix AZ

Strength: Medium size pitches

Weakness: sand and chips to short side pins and stopping the ball

Set 52,56,60


Shaft Alta 70

Flex Soft Regular

Length Standard

Grip 5L

Grip Color Code Red


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Chris Mulcare

Carlsbad, CA

Strengths:  Bunker play and Flop shots

Weaknesses: Chip and runs

Ideal Set up:  52* SS, 56* SS, 60* TS

Blue Dot, +1/4"  Project X 6.0


I've been hanging onto my Cleveland set up for longer than I probably should.  Looking forward to this!

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