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I've been lurking here for a week or so now and finally registered. I recently started playing golf again after an extended time away from the game. I've never been very good at it but I do enjoy it quite a bit.

Anyway, I traded for a set of Ping ISI s irons. I believe they are 4-S. The S is marked with a "2" on the back so I'm assuming this is the S2 I found when searching for specs for this set. It also has a club labeled as W. There is no other marking on it. My question is this: what club is that? Is that to be considered the PW? I found a chart that references the ISI irons but I do not see any marked simply as W. I found the chart at the following link, http://www.equip2golf.com/specifications/specs_frameset.html?ping/ping_isi.html~specs


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W = Wedge and its the pitching wedge

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