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The Ping I-Series Putter is a product of an existing demand by golfers for a putter with an enhanced feel. This putter offers a soft feel but a firm response thanks to a combination of a two-piece insert consisting of face appliqué and urethane inserts.
However, the soft feel of the inserts might not appeal to those using a soft ball because that would like hitting a piece of foam without giving the ball any direction at all. But that aside, this putter looks great on the greens especially if you think of its weighting properties.
The Ping i-Series boasts of a modern design, high moment of inertia or MOI as well as improved alignment.
Check out the Ping Karsten Series Putter if you are looking for a putter with a steel face performance but with an insert feel. This golf club is capable of maintaining a steel-faced putter’s response while providing an enhanced feel thanks to the elastomer insert inthe putter’s cavity.
Expect increased moments of inertia as well as added forgiveness due to the new cavity shapes. It may take you sometime to get used to the feel of the grip however.
The Ping Rapture Hybrid with Graphite Shaft was hot item last year but it is still a good buy for 2008 at only $179.99. The Ping Hybrid boasts of a multi-material technology including a 475 thin super steel face, tungsten nickel sole that is high density and a 17-4 SS body. This results to a hybrid with higher moments of inertia and a more forgiving hybrid with less spin and higher launch.
Expect a lower CG thanks to the strategically placed weight pads. Thsi hybrid boasts of delivering maximum distance due to a penetrating trajectory. The sloped crown design helps in further bringing down the CG.
It also boasts of a robotic plasma weld that improves the durability and consistency of the club’s face. This hybrid is very attractive and has an NTS Grip that makes use of a soft rubber for a more enhanced feel.
The Ping G10 Fairway Wood with Graphite Shaft has shallow but longer clubface that allows for increased hitting area. It also has a larger internal weight pad that results to a lower center of gravity which further results to an optimal launch.
The Ping G10 Fairway Woods has a crown made in such a way that it intersects directly with the sole. This results to a low profile head that improves your overall performance in the course.
The Ping engineers have succeeded in repositioning discretionary weight from the hosel, face and crown which results to reduced ball spin and higher ball velocity.
your kids to play golf by giving them this Ping Pal Junior Golf Set. The Set consists of stainless steel fairway wood, 360cc titanium driver, three perimeter-weighted irons, and an Anser putter. Plus, you also get a carry bag that is not only lighweight but which comes with a stand. The set contains basically all that an aspiring golfer needs to perfect his game.
These clubs are capable of helping kids get their shots airborne thanks to the flexible graphite shafts. These clubs which has junior-sized grips are ideal for kids who are six to eight years old, whether boys or girls.
Golfers who prefer a small and blade-style club should try the Ping o10 irons. They may be smaller but you can still rely on its avity back to provide maximum forgiveness. This golf club boasts of a compact head and a players’ iron look thanks to the thin top rail.
It also has a stabilized face and an improved consistency due to the Custom Tuning Port or CTP’s rib structure. It can provide high moment of inertia due to the face structure and new cavity. Expect a penetrating ball flight arising from the center of gravity’s location.
This Ping iron is longer than the average iron and more forgiving. Perhaps, this is the reason why Ping are considered the maker of the best irons.
Ping has always been known as a brand that has sucessfully combined maximum forgiveness and power. The new all-titanium Ping G10 Drivers are no exemption.
The Ping G10 driver stands out in the looks department even when placed alongside other brands. It5 has a polished chrome finish sole with hints of orange. The black paint of the driver is enough to get anyone staring.
Performance-wise, the Ping G10 Drivers have improved a lot thanks to the change in weight distribution of the club. Some areas of the crown are now made of thinner material resulting to an increased launch and lower spin which translates to an overall higher moment of inertia.