What size is PING white grip?

What size is PING white grip?

White ~ Standard. Gold ~ 1/32″ Oversize. Orange ~ 1/16″ Oversize.

What do the colored dots on PING irons mean?

Ping color dots indicate the different angles of the club head. The dots do not indicate a particular style of club, as any line of irons is available in every color, but instead represent the angle of the club heads to the standard shaft angle.

Are PING drivers colour coded?

This is why PING created its colour code system. Each colour represents a specific amount and direction of deviation from each iron’s standard lie angle. In all, there are 10 different colour codes (gold, brown, orange, red, black, blue, green, white, silver, maroon) separated by one degree.

Can PING change lie angle?

PING can adjust the lie angle of your irons as far upright as 5° or as far flat as 4°, in 1° increments. So why do you need to make sure your lie angle fits your measurements? Simply put, it can make you a far more accurate golfer.

When did PING Color Code change?

2002: Business – Ping celebrates 30 years of its color-code concept.

What happens if lie angle is too upright?

If your lie angle is too upright, then you will tend to hook the ball. It can even cause you to develop swing compensations to correct for it, preventing you from ever developing a consistent, repeatable, and powerful swing.

What does the color code on Ping golf clubs mean?

The Ping golf color code actually refers to the lie angle of your iron shaft . Different colors of the ping golf represent different degrees of flatness or upright. As mentioned earlier they were the first golf club manufacturers to come up with this kind of detailed club fitting system.

What does Ping dot color mean?

Every dot in Ping color code symbolizes a degree and the type of lie angle of the club. This is the angle between the shaft and ground at normal playing position.

What do the colors on the Ping Irons stand for?

OLD Golf Irons Ping Color Code Chart: Gold -4 degrees flat Brown -3 degrees flat Orange -2 degrees flat (Women’s Std) Red -1 degree flat Black 0 degrees (Men’s Standard) Blue 1 degree upright Green 2 degrees upright White 3 degrees upright Silver 4 degrees upright Maroon 5 degrees upright

What do the color dots on Ping golf irons mean?

Ping color dots indicate the different angles of the club head. When manufacturing their sets of irons, Ping stamps the irons with colored dots, which has left many golfers confused about the dots’ significance.