Ping makes some nice clubs. I have Eye2's and ISI's. Never tried the Zings. They have a nice fit system for loft, lie, shafts and grips. Like others have said, if they fit, keep playing and maybe get some lessons and range time in. Then look for some new sticks.
I am playing Miura's and they have some sweet clubs. Their Passing Point line might be up your alley.
Lots of nice clubs out there and everyone will have their own opinion so I would go out to a few stores and look to see what looks good to you and see if they will let you try them out and then go from there.
True, mapping shot zones and distances is something that I still need to do, I have been putting it off for a couple of reasons 1) a swing / club / grip change can cause big differences in results and 2) when ready i was thinking i would book a launch monitor session in a near by town, but just haven't done it. I feel like I only get so much time for golf (young family, 4yr and 2 yr old) and so far Ive chosen to play instead of book the launch monitor time. However that doesn't mean that I couldn't instead of hitting range balls walk out to a par 5 and start at the 250 marker and walk off from the 100-150 yrd marker the results with just a few clubs at a time. I should be able to do the longer clubs using a yardage book from the tee box.
I suppose that improving race relations and treating all races equally is a continuing effort and most of us would probably support that much. The method of his political statement leaves something to be desired.
The part that strikes me funny is that Kaepernick thinks he's important enough to deliver this message. Sure he's still employed as a quarterback in the NFL, but Kaepernick is looking more like a flash-in-the-pan with every game that goes by. Didn't old boy get benched last year? Now he's coming back from an injury. I've seen a few things that suggest he might be on his way out of Frisco and for strictly football-related reasons.