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Ping Zing 2 Specs

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.

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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