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Kind of hard to compare when you have a 7 iron and 5 iron with 2 different lofts and probably 2 different shafts  All I get out of this is the 5 iron is somewhat more accurate except for a couple of thin/flyer shots. The only thing I don't care for is any type of simulator as I have found real world results are always different. Only other thing is the 7 iron appears to be just as long as the 5 iron. So my question is......what is your point you are trying to make because...
Since I don't get to play as much (once a week instead of 3-4 times) I swapped out my 3 and 4 irons with the Mizuno MP Fli-Hi iron hybrids. It's been a good comprimise so far. If I ever get back to playing multiple times per week then I will put the 3 and 4 irons back in the bag. It's an individuals decision on what they are able to hit and feel most confident with. The scorecard has no pictures or area to write what clubs your using.
G-15 driver: Game improvement but sits square I-15 driver: Pro version and sits square to slightly open I-15 irons: this years combination of G series long irons and I series short irons so you don't have to mix the two on your own. That's what I am going to like most, not having to decide where to split the set at. Mike
Try this link. If not then go to www.golfwrx.com equipment tour and pre release http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index....owtopic=278032 http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index....owtopic=278030 Mike
Nobody said they would win a beauty contest but they can win you money from your playing partners It's funny that when I look at my scorecard I have never seen any pictures of my clubs, only numbers. I have played mostly blades but don't get out much anymore so I have decided to just get a set of Pings and retire. Besides, I only live a few miles down the road incase I ever do have any problems or need them adjusted. This thread was only started to make anyone...
Here is what I recieved from Ping today. I will be going down to the factory on July 31st to get fitted for the complete set, providing they have them by then. Mike, The official release date for the new line is July 27th, at which point all the information should be public knowledge. When it comes to having them here for fitting purposes, it will also be after the 27th until we have them here to view and be fit for. I would call in advance before coming to...
If you really like the driver and don't want to buy a new one, then take it to a clubmaker and have him fill the head with foam. We did this to my friends and it muted it and did not affect the playability at all. With most drivers today, they all seem to be getting loud. As for me, I just adjust the volume on my hearing aids
Your playing a Ping G-10. My best advise is to contact pings customer service and see if they can change it out for you. They have great customer service and I have had shafts replaced and only paid for the grips. Doesn't hurt to ask them
i am waiting to try the new I-15 and G-15 series that are coming out. They have the Sedona Red color instead of burnt orange. As far as someone saying they are made in the US, sorry but most of their clubs are being out sourced in China and assembled here in Phoenix. They still make some models here but can't remember off the top of my head which one's. All of the woods and hybrids are made in China. (The old man has to be turning over in his grave).
TGW.com has them on sale and no tax. Anyone notice that Nike dropped their prices on all of the equipment? Must be our wonderful economy or new models coming out soon.
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