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Ping Zing 2 Specs

By Martyn Wood

Ping was founded by Karsten Solheim in 1959 and it is regarded as one of the world's leading golf club manufacturers. Players who use Ping equipment include two-time major champion Angel Cabrera, 2010 British Open winner Louis Oosthuizen and Lee Westwood -- the world's top ranked golfer as of November 2010. The Ping Zing 2 series -- introduced in 1994 -- features the similar extreme perimeter weighting as its predecessor -- the Zing -- which expands the hitting area and provides more forgiveness and accuracy.

1, 2 and 3 Irons

The 1 iron in the Ping Zing 2 series has a loft of 16 degrees and a lie angle of 59 degrees. The club is 39.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.36 inches. The 2 iron has a loft of 17.5 degrees and a lie angle of 59.5 degrees. It is 39.25 inches long and has an offset of 0.33 inches. The 3 iron has a loft of 20.7 degrees and a lie angle of 60.3 degrees. It is 38.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.31 inches.

4, 5 and 6 Irons

The 4 iron has a loft of 23.7 degrees and a lie angle of 61 degrees. It is 38.25 inches and has an offset of 0.28 inches. The 5 iron has a loft of 27 degrees and a lie angle of 61.7 degrees. The club is 37.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.25 inches. The 6 iron has a loft of 30.5 degrees and a lie angle of 62.5 degrees. It is 37.25 inches long and has an offset of 0.23 inches.

7, 8 and 9 Irons

The 7 iron has a loft of 34.5 degrees and a lie angle of 63.2 degrees. It is 36.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.22 inches. The 8 iron has a loft of 38.5 degrees and a lie angle 64 degrees. It is 36.25 inches long and has an offset of 0.2 inches. The 9 iron has a loft of 42.7 degrees and a lie angle of 65 degrees. The club is 35.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.18 inches. All of the irons in the Ping Zing 2 line have a bounce angle of 15 degrees.

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Wedges

The series features four types of wedges, all of which have a lie angle of 65.5 degrees. The pitching wedge has a loft of 47.2 degrees and is 35.5 inches long. It has an offset of 0.17 inches and a bounce angle of 17 degrees. The sand wedge has a loft of 52 degrees and is 35.25 inches long. It has an offset of 0.15 inches and a bounce angle of 18 degrees. The lob/sand wedge has a loft of 57 degrees and offset of 0.13 inches, while the lofted wedge has a loft of 61 degrees and an offset of 0.12 inches. Both clubs are 35 inches long and have a bounce angle of 13 degrees. Each club in the Zing 2 series has a swing weight of C9-D0.

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