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Knoxville, TN

Strengths: Bump & run and full wedge shots

Weakness:Flop shots and controlled distance shots around the green.

Set: 52SS, 56WS, and 60WS

Shaft: Project X 6.0

Grip: Ping 5L Gold

Thank you for the opportunity to improve my golf game with some new equipment.

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Such an awesome opportunity, congrats in advance to whoever is selected.




Cincinnati Oh


Strengths - greenside feel shots

Weakness - half and 3/4 shots


I would need 50/ 54/ 58 all SS 

RH with the KBS tour stiff 

5L grip, blue dot

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Cape May, New Jersey

Strength: Sand Play (On Most Days), Wedge shots between 75-115 yds.

Weaknesses: Shots between 30-50 yds., blading wedge shots around the green


50* SS, 54* SS, 58* SS

RH - Green Dot

True Temper XP95 Stiff Shaft

5L Grip

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Thanks so much for this opportunity. I really have wanted to try these wedges.



Bremen, Georgia

Strength--Knock down shots from about 75-110 yards

weakness--primarily green side pitch shots, but chipping and bunker play need improving as well

50 SS,  56 ES, 60 SS purple dot

AWT 2.0 

Thanks again.

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Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Golf Heaven, USA


Strengths - High checking pitch and flop shots. Low running chip shots. Low checking pitch shot. Weakness- inconsistent bunker play, Green side pitches from deep rough.


56ws, 58es, 60ts Red Color Code , White Grip.



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Nashville, TN



Chipping for sure is the highlight of my around the green game



Probably the hardest shot is a 50-60 yard pitch shot.  I often get too much spin and the ball lands short or I don't get enough and it rolls way to far.


Due to the lofts in my irons I would play a 50 degree SS, a 54 degree ES bent to 55* to add a little bounce and a 60 degree ES.  I actually wish they made a wider sole version of the 50 degree as I come in fairly steep with my wedges.  The eye sole has been magic for me since I used to play the Ping Eye 2 wedges.

My bag is a revolving door!

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Prospect Heights, IL

Strength: Pitching from the fairway and chipping around the greens

weakness: bunker play (both firm and soft sand)


50* SS  regular KBS Tour, Yellow Dot, Ping 5L cord grip

54* ES  regular KBS Tour, Yellow Dot, ping 5L cord grip

58* ES  regular  KBS Tour, Yellow Dot, Ping 5L cord grip


Notes: I play some refurbished Ping Tour wedges currently and previously i had eye2 wedges. I have played ping since I started the game as a 14 year old (I'm 36 now).

Driver: Taylor Made M4 w/ Matrix Kujoh

3 Wood: Taylor Made SLDR-S

5 Wood: Adams Tight Lies 16

Hybrids: Taylor Made SLDR-S 3 & 4

Irons: Callaway X20 Tour 5 through Pitch

Wedges: Cleveland CG14 GW, SW, LW

Putter: Odyssey Works 7 Cruiser

All in a Ping Hoofer 2


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Spokane, WA

Strengths: Bunkers

Weaknesses: lob and bump and run

50SS, 54ES, 58ES All wedges +1 Yellow dot, cfs Graphite Stiff

Jason Day (No, not that one!)

Irons: Callaway Rogue X Regular Flex Steel

Driver: Ping G400 Regular flex

Right Handed

Cheney, WA

Avg 18 Hole Score: ~92

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Kevin Culver 

Akron Ohio/ New Smyrna Beach Fl


Longtime Ping player starting with Eye2, i3 Blades, G2, and Now G15 Green Dot plus 1/2

Current wedges are G15 wedge, U Wedge, and Tour W yeah I know about the W but love it.

Known as a picker of the ball but am aggressive around the greens. Bunker play needs help.

Appreciate the opportunity to be considered for the wedges but am thrilled to be at least considered.

Cobra Bio Cell Driver

Taylormade Speed 3 wood

Taylormade Speed 5 Wood

Adams A7 Hybrid

Ping G15 4-U

Ping G10 Sandwedge

Nome Putter

Pro V1x

Footjoy Glover

Cora Puma Shoes

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Long Island City, NY

Strength: Willingness and motivation to work on all the shots I'll need in different conditions.

Weakness: Confident strikes from tight lies & blondes of questionable moral fiber

Specs: 46SS



--All Yellow Dot

--Standard length

--Red grips (-1/32)

--All with Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 Tour 105 shafts


Thanks for the shot.

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Bill from  Chicago.     Strength-Full & Half wedges.   Weakness-Tight lies within 25 yards of the green;inconsistent in sand.                        Setup-White dot  +1.0 inch -  CFS graphite Stiff -  50SS-54SS-58ES. D-4 SW. Thanks for your consideration. 

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Jack Z.

Pittsburgh, PA

WEAKNESS - Blading it across the green or I 'chunk" the club.

STRENGTH - When all goes well  it flies high and lands soft with adequate distance judgement

Red, S80, - 0.25, 5L grip, Aqua

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Dallas, TX

Strength- low skipping check shot

Weakness- shortsided bunker shots that require high launch and spin

KBS Tour X stiff shaft

Standard Grip

1 degree flat if possible

52- WS Grind

56- ES Grind (to see if it helps my bunker play)

60- TS Grind

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Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Strengths: I'm usually aiming at the correct green

Weakness: I never leave myself a gimmee


Set: 50 ss, 54, ss and 58 ss (black dot)


I would love to go through another season without crying over my short game.

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Brian Smith


Dayton, OH


Strength: Full wedge and gap wedge shots, knock down gap wedge into the green


Weakness: Full lob wedge shots, anything inside of 75 yards, my lob maxes out around 75 yards, bump and run shots around the green my ball doesn't run out


Set: 46*SS Yellow Dot, 52*SS Yellow Dot, 58*SS Yellow Dot  All wedges +1" 


Would love to get my hands on these wedges for some testing! Current wedge set up is a 48* MacGregor 52* Cleveland and 58* Cleveland. 

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Lancaster, PA USA     3.9 indx

Strengths - spin and distance control

Weakness - direction on full shots and short chips


KBS tour regular flex

50  SS  Ping 5L grip ORANGE  

54  SS  Ping 5L grip ORANGE

58 ES  Ping 5L grip ORANGE

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Matt -

North Kingstown RI

I struggle with consistency on 1/2 and 3/4 shots. The Dyla grips are a great way to know where to choke down to on the wedges to improve consistency as well as confidence.


Strenght - my chipping and Bunker play


46SS, 54SS, 60TS with Dyla Grip Gold and Dynamic Gold S300 +1/2"


Awesome opportunity. The Original Glides were great wedges - hope to get to try the 2.0's!

:taylormade-small:  M3 460 9.5* - ACCRA TZ6 M5

:callaway-small:  X2 Hot Pro - 15* Aldila Tour Green X

TaylorMade Jetspeed 19* w Matrix HM9

Mizuno MP-63 4-P Project X 6.0

Cleveland RTX4 - 50, 54, 60

  :odyssey-small:  Toulon Portland w P2 React Grip

:titelist-small: 2019 Players 4 -  :titelist-small: Pro V1


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Scituate, MA

Strengths - Full/Half Wedge Shots, Bunker Play, Flop Shots

Weakness - Chipping from around the green, especially short chips from downhill lies

Dexterity - Right-Handed

Lie - Black Dot

Shaft - Stock - AWT 2.0 Wedge

Loft - PW-46/SS; GW-52/SS; and, SW-58/TS

I appreciate the consideration. Thx.  :) 

Driver - Callaway FT-3 - Neutral Bias - 10°

1H - Callaway - FT-Hybrid - Neutral Bias - 14°

2H - Mizuno - JPX900 - 16° set to 18°

3i-PW - Mizuno TP-11

SW - Callaway - Mack Daddy 2 - 56° - C Grind

Putter - Ping Anser 2 - Beryllium Copper

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Dave Malone

Los Angeles California Strengths 100 yards and in

Sometimes I have a little trouble with long sand trap shots 30-40 yards

Wedge set 50 s, 54 s, 58 es all blue dot, standard length, PING midsize wedge grip d2, d3, d4 respectively, Nippon 85 gram shafts, regular flex

I am thankful for the opportunity to improve my game and have been playing PING clubs for 30+ years and I am currently an 8 index

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