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Well, for better or work, I sprung for G400's


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I had been through a fitting some time ago for Ping G400's, red dot, 1* flat.  Just couldn't spring for the $1200 plus tax plus shipping (graphite AltaCB).   Almost by accident I stumbled on a 9 iron set (4,5,6,7,8,9,W,U,S), red dot, for $800 delivered.  Barely played, upgraded grips that are very nice.  Odd, since 98% of the Pings seem to be black dot, the typically stocked standard.  Finding anyone with red dots is somewhat obscure.  I found out that my original DCI's I have playing with for 20 years are 3/4" longer than "normal".   With the G400's I'm going shorter (normal) shaft and flatter lie, albeit minimal lie adjustment.   Two trips to the range so far.   The tendency is straight, high draws.  Frankly, not going to argue with that.   Distance is about 8-10 over the DCI's.  Again, no arguments.   Need 3-4 more range excursions but I may have lucked into this.   News at 11.      

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I just went from Ping Zing 2 black dot to ping G 2016 black dot this season. I’ve loved ping irons since a friend first let me play his eye 2’s years ago. I remember those DCI’s. Buddy of mine had them when we were growing up. Nice set. Think you will love the change!

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If you think red dots are hard to find.....try looking for orange! I'm 2* flat, and have been swinging G20's since 2011. I just took delivery  of a new set of Titleist 718 AP1's yesterday. Ordered them 2* flat also. 

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I felt a bit of angst at not buying them where I was fitted last year but they have made plenty on a long laundry list of other items from me.   With taxes and shipping it would have been $1325, a bit of a hard pill.  Regardless, just to verify lie on the new clubs, I put out some cardboard, scribbled an ink marker on the bottom of the club, hit off the cardboard and the skid pattern was centered on the bottom so all appears well.   And the flight pattern at the range looks good so it's a thumbs up so far.   Just have to remember that I'm playing shorter clubs.     enjoy your AP1's !!!  

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