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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: PING Glide 2.0 Wedges


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Tony

Picton, Ontario

Handicap. 16

Age 59

 

I would like to test the New Ping Glide 2.0 wedges.

 

I am a big Ping fan. I currently have K15 driver and 3-wood, all 5 G15 hybrids, I3-O irons. All RH, reg flex. All with mcc4 grips.

 

My current wedges, 52, 56, 60 degree are Nike.

I would love try to add the Ping Glide 2.0 wedges to my set.

 

My short game is one of the stronger areas in my game, but a bit inconsistent. When I chip well, I score well.

 

Between real grass and and optishot simulator, I play about a 130 rounds a year.

 

Thanks for listening.

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Brandon

Snoqualmie, WA

I spend a significant amount of time in the short game practice area at our course. Distance control is a strength thanks to the Pelz method!.  Bunker play could use some fine tuning.

I am gaming the original Glide wedges.  I would love to put the new up against the old.  Here's what I need:

 

All 3 standard length, Nippon Modus 3 Tour 105 shafts, Blue dot, New Decade MCC grip.  

 

50 degree, Standard Sole - Custom Lob Combo Grind, 

54 degree, bend it to 55, Standard Sole, Lob Combo Grind, 

60 degree Thin Sole, Half Moon Grind, 

 

 

Looking forward to giving these a try!!!  I's's send pics of how the custom grinds look, I have the Back/Heel grind on my current 50.  The custom grind program at Ping is pretty awesome.  They come out looking great!  Thanks for your consideration!

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Larry Spittler

Mechanicsburg, PA

Strengths are I have very feel snd touch with my current wedges

Weakness is that I lack distance on my sand and lob wedges

50 degree SS grind

54 degree TS grind

60 degree TS grind

I am a senior player but still play to a three handicap. I've been a longtime Adams player but am looking to make a switch

 

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Robert Gonzales

Lubbock, Tx

Weakness would be bunker play.

Strengths I would say 90 yards and in. I love when I'm able to use any of my wedges. My go to from 90 out would be my 52 and from 60 in my 60 degree.

 

 

 

I would like to test the WS grind 52 and 60 standard length true temper s300 shafts with mcc plus grip.

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Jon


Columbus, OH


strength -distance control (but always seeking improvement)


weakness - dispersion, bunker game


52/56/60 all SS, stiff or x-stiff shaft 


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Jaime Aguayo

Oxnard, California

Strengths: Full shots, off the green chips, pitch shots

Weakness: Getting it close from sand bunkers. Tight lies Chunk shots with lob wedge.

 

52 SS 54SS 58TS

 

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Mike Brincko

Micco, Florida

Thin grassy lie on the sandy base here in Fl. (weakness)

All other chips I'm comfy with

Slight pull with 60-75 yd. shots is my miss

 

50* & 54* SS

58* TS

Black dot, ProjectX 6.0, Dyla-Wedge gold

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Frank

Minneapolis, MN

 

Stength - Most shots around green including flop

 

Weakness - bunkers as there is so many different sand types and consistency

 

Set - 50/SS, 54/WS, 58ES

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Luc

Red Deer/Alberta

Full and partial wedge shots are my strengths, short  chips and pitch from 3 to 25 yards off the green are my weakness

Wedges results for 52, 56 and 60 degree:

 

Model

 

Glide 2.0â„¢
Color Code
 
Gold
Shaft
 
N.S. Pro Modus3 105
Flex
 
Stiff
Length
 
-0.5"
Grip
 
5L
Grip Color Code
 
Red

-Driver: Taylormade M3 (Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.0 set at 10.5 degree)

-3 wood: Cobra King F6 (stiff shaft set at 15.5 degree)

-Hybrids: Cobra F7 stiff shaft set at 19.5 and 23.5 degree

-Irons: Mizuno JPX 919 forged 5 to PW ( Project X LZ 6.5)

-Wedges: Vokey SM5, 50, 54 and 58 degree

-Putter: Odyssey O-Works Red #7 (33 inches)

 

I play between 70 to 80 rounds per year. Living in Alberta, Canada, our season is shorter and with work, that is all I can get in, but watch out when I retire...

 

P.S. The picture is from my favorite course so far.

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Name: Lee Pruiett

Town/State: Garland Texas 75043

Strengths: None

Weakness: Full shots from off green, chip shots, pitch shots, sand shots.

 

I am a senior golfer and I would like to try the 50 degree, 52 degree and 56 degree with senior shafts. I carry a 18 handicap and my short game is the worst. Looking for some improvement.

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James

Mansfield, Ohio, United States

 

my short game struggles a lot with distance due to my my older wedges. i also tend to not swing all the way through my shots. however, my wedge play from 75 yd plus is the best part of my game, hands down. 

 

I would like to get these in standard length, 60/es, 56/ts and 52/ts all with the gold Ping DYLA-Wedge grip and true temper S300 shafts.

 

Heres Hoping!

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Dan

Cuyahoga Falls,OH

Strengths: full shots, raw distance, flop shots.

Weakness: In-between yardages, distance control inside 100 yards, sand shots, controlling distance on chip and runs (always overestimate roll and come up short)

Wedge set: 50* SS, 56* SS, 60* TS. Left handed, KBS Tour x-stiff

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Vince

Aberdeen, Scotland

Strengths: Putting, scrambling pars.

Weakness: Getting greenside chips to check up.

 

Currently using Glide 1 wedges, 50, 54 and 58 all SS.

Looking to see the improvement with the Glide 2.

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Randy Glay

McKinney, TX

 

Strength: mid and short wedge shots

 

Weakness: Short sand shots

 

Club specs: all clubs Yellow dot lie angle, 5L gold grip, 50* SS, 54* ES, 58 * WS

 

 

I have set of Ping Gs and would love to test these wedges.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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Rob

Redmond WA

Strength is distance control from 80 - 110 yards

Weekness is shorter pitches 50 - 80 yards

Wedges for testing 50/SS 54/ES and 58/WS would love to see how these work in soft conditions 

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