How long is a standard wedge shaft?

Standard Club Length

Club Men Graphit Lady Steel
PW 36 34,5
SW 36 34,5
Wedge 36 34,5
Putter 34

What degree is a Ping G10 wedge?

Ping G10 Wedge Specifications

Club Loft Bounce
PW 46.00° 10.0°
UW 50.00° 11.0°
SW 54.00° 12.0°
LW 58.00° 12.0°

What does the U stand for on a Ping wedge?

Some manufacturers also label this with an “A” to mark is an attack wedge, but others simply mark it as a “U” for utility wedge. In short, the utility wedge is just another name given by the manufacturer PING, in particular, to a gap wedge.

What is the standard length of Ping irons?


3-Iron 39” 0.21”inches
4-Iron 38.5″ 0.18”inches
5-Iron 38” 0.15”inches
6-Iron 37.5″ 0.12”inches

How long is a 5 wood shaft?

42 to 41 inches
The 5-wood (42 to 41 inches) and the 7-wood (41-40 inches) follow. Length specifications will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Are Ping G10 irons forgiving?

Forgiveness is the main feature of the Ping G10 iron and right through the set they are very easy to hit and you still get good direction and distance on off-centre hits. A great iron for all players that provides the forgiveness required in a classy good looking club head.

How good is the Ping G10 driver?

The Ping G10 is a visually appealing driver and I certainly found it had the performance to match. The G10 head has a classic feel to its shape, a good looking colour scheme and the toned down alignment aid worked well for me. It is the sort of driver that makes you exude confidence when it is sits behind the ball.

What year did the Ping G10 irons come out?

Ping G10 Irons – Product Details

UK Launch 01 September 2008
Shaft Types Steel, Graphite
Shaft Flex X Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light
Set Makeup 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Additional Clubs 2, GW, SW, LW

What is 54 degree wedge used for?

What Is A 54 Degree Wedge Used For? A 54-degree wedge is considered a sand wedge and is used around the green and out of bunkers. A 54-degree wedge is ideal for golfers who have a 58-degree lob wedge and another wedge close to 50 degrees.

How long is a 5 iron shaft?

A common lie angle for a 5-iron is 61°, therefore the length of the 5-iron may be 37.25″ to achieve the B length.

Why do Ping put 3 Wood shafts in the G10 4 wood?

This is because of the low centre of gravity getting the ball higher with less spin, so Ping have actually put a 3 wood shaft in their G10 4 wood as standard so try out both versions before you decide. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

How good are the G10 Irons?

The G10’s have quite a shallow face but the width gives you lots of forgiveness and it sits beautifully behind the ball. The 3-wood is very good, but for some reason is not as easy to hit as the 4 or 5 wood and in our tests we managed to get the higher number clubs to go almost as far.

Which Ping fairway wood is the best?

Ping’s fairway woods have come a long way since the early days and we think the Ping G10 fairways are the best looking design so far. It’s much more classic in shape but the design hides a very low centre of gravity which will get the ball up in the air very easily.

What does your Ping look like inside and out?

Inside at top: Ping on oval medallion with orange background. Out at toe: inside a shield shape G (over) 10 with white background and orange at top corners. Iron # on sole and Ping with color dot on hosel.