Ping Eye 2's - Page 5
Re: Ping Eye 2'sAnyone know the swing weight of Ping Eye 2 club heads? I have the original Ping shafts on them and stopped gaming them because the 5 and 7 iron shafts broke. I was thinking of re-shafting them with some DG S300's that I can buy fairly cheap off of eBay. Not sure how the DG S300's will feel in the Ping Eye 2's.
Re: Ping Eye 2's
Actually, Ping started making their clubheads in China a couple of years ago. I just spent two days getting custom fitted for a combination K 15 hybrid/iron set and that's what the pro told me. I had a set of Zing 2 irons and I've always regretted selling them. It's really great how Ping gives the same attention to lefties as they do to righties.
Re: Ping Eye 2's
I have a set of Eye2s and still play them as a 4 HC. I have had them for 5 years now and they show no signs of wear which to me is odd. I bought them used from ebay the grooves are still great and I play around 40+ times a year. Great clubs if not the best I don't think I will be giving mine up anytime soon. I have hit my friends "new" clubs and nothing compares to the eye2s. The lofts are slightly weaker but it doesn't bother me
I hit them farther than most of my friends do and they feel great even mis hits feel and perform good. I would recommend them to anybody.
So today I picked up a set of 1989 Eye 2 "+ no +" version, which is guess is rare because this model has a touch stronger lofts through the set, and still has the old school box grooves (square grooves?). I got the complete set in a 1-iron thru W, all with brand new Ping golf pride full cord grips, all matching serial numbers in very good shape for their age (8/10 for sure) the main exception being that most of the shaft bands are shot(ZZ-lites). I took them today to the range and brought a couple irons from other sets to have a nice little comparison, and I really liked how straight and high these hit the ball. I'm looking forward to bagging these for a while to see what all the fuss is about.
It's mental, or that 3i is damaged, or has too stiff a shaft for you.
Ping irons first appeared on the pro tour when pros swapped out their sponsor long irons for Ping 2i and 3i.