To the left of the table are the wrist measurements. Once you know the two values, use the colored section of the chart to see where they intersect to find the color-coded tilt angle that’s right for you. PING can adjust the angle of inclination of your irons vertically up to 5 ° or flat up to 4 ° in 1 ° steps.
For this reason PING has developed its own color coding system. Each color represents a certain amount and direction of deviation from each standard angle of the iron cladding. There are a total of 10 different color codes (gold, brown, orange, red, black, blue, green, white, silver, brown) separated by a grade.
PING color pointsPING corner color point lyingCustom color height measurement wrist for floor measurement
|Vertical 3 ° white point||60 to 67||36¼ to 37½|
|Green dot 2.25 ° straight||59 to 66||from 35 to 36¾|
|1. ### 5 ° right yellow point||56 to 64||34½ to 36|
After touching the line, she appears on the face. If she points to the tip, your stick is too straight. If it points towards the heel, it is too flat. If the line is perpendicular to the facial furrows, the angle is correct.
Wear regular shoes to measure your wrist on the floor and stand on a hard surface with your arms relaxed at your sides. Then ask someone to measure from where your hand touches your wrist (your wrist) on the floor.
The utility unit ceiling is typically between 50 and 54 degrees. The design is usually set to be between the lofts of a slope wedge, usually 48 degrees, and a sand wedge, usually 56 degrees.
The iron bar can be adjusted, but with the molded pins there is less leeway and a greater risk of head breaking, so any professional or golf shop with a workshop should be able to help.
To measure wrist-to-floor height, stand with feet shoulder-width apart, arms and shoulders relaxed to the sides on a hard surface. Then measure from where your hand touches your wrist to the floor (as shown in the image).
The dot colors used to identify slant angles, from flattest to straightest, are gold, brown, orange, purple, red, black, blue, yellow, green, white, silver, and brown. The black dot means that by default the lies are neither straight nor flat, which is suitable for medium sized players.
Starting March 29, PGA Tour, Champions Tour and Nationwide Tour players will no longer be able to legally use Eye2 irons and wedges until 1990 for gambling, according to Ping.
Modern design. Ping continued to make innovative products and the 1996 Ping ISI irons were another example of this trend. ISI irons were the first ping clubs made with nickel. The alloy was used to improve durability and at the same time create a smoother feel.
Ping G25 Iron Product details United Kingdom Launched February 15, 2013 Chrome finish Weight pin D0 Shank name Ping CFS, Ping TFC1891 Shank types Steel, graphite
All original i3 PING irons (with Hosel notches) can be bent approximately 4 degrees in each direction.
Taken from autumn 1989 to spring 1990. Eye2 Dot. Same design as the Square Groove model but with a wider track due to the degradation between Ping and USGA in terms of tracks.
A horizontal vertical angle means that the angle between the shaft and the ground is greater than it should be, making the club shaft straighter to the ground. If a club is too straight for your turn, it means that the heel of the clubhead is lower than the tip during the turn.