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Question About PING G Irons

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I found Ping G irons. They are blue dot. I called ping, and they say they are standard length. However, I measured, and they are .75 longer than what is standard on their website for black dot.  Does that mean the person extended them? Or, do blue dots have longer standard length.  Also, the set says Set #45 .  Does that just mean the 45th set made? How do you know how many there are?  Thanks

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2 hours ago, StefanUrkel said:

I found Ping G irons. They are blue dot. I called ping, and they say they are standard length. However, I measured, and they are .75 longer than what is standard on their website for black dot.  Does that mean the person extended them? Or, do blue dots have longer standard length.  Also, the set says Set #45 .  Does that just mean the 45th set made? How do you know how many there are?  Thanks

If you gave them the serial number they would be able to tell you the specifications when they were made. However if any previous owner made any adjustments not done by Ping they wouldn’t I assume. Are you sure you’re measuring the same way Ping measures? Color code doesn’t affect length. Color code is just the lie angle as set by Ping. I wouldn’t worry too much about .75” anyway. Not sure what you want to know about ‘how many there are?’ Are you just curious?

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On 1/6/2019 at 2:30 AM, Vinsk said:

If you gave them the serial number they would be able to tell you the specifications when they were made. However if any previous owner made any adjustments not done by Ping they wouldn’t I assume. Are you sure you’re measuring the same way Ping measures? Color code doesn’t affect length. Color code is just the lie angle as set by Ping. I wouldn’t worry too much about .75” anyway. Not sure what you want to know about ‘how many there are?’ Are you just curious?

I had my first return on ebay. I measured the blue irons, and they were all .75 longer than the standard listed on the ping website. The guy called ping, and they said they were standard, and he could tell they were standard. None of the ping g sets I have seen have had the set numbers, so I was wondering if there was any significance of that. thanks

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I would call Ping yourself and ask about the number 45. You say ‘you measured’ the clubs. I’m not trying to be jerky about it I’m just asking if you’re sure you measured the lengths properly...as Ping does. From where to where did you measure?

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I have purchased Ping clubs in the past, I was blue dot, and they were standard length, unless they were custom made for a tall person. Color coding refers to the lie angle I believe, i.e., when you're fitted off the strike board during the fitting process.

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