Specifications for a Ping i3 O-Size
Ping manufactures a wide range of products for the sport of golf, including full sets of golf clubs. The Ping i3 O-Size is a full set of golf clubs branded as "Optimal" via the "O" in "O-Size."
Ping i3 O-Size Club Types
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The full set of clubs includes irons 1 through 9. It also includes all four traditional golf wedges: a pitching wedge, a sand wedge, a gap wedge and a lob wedge.
Club Loft Specifications
The loft degree specifications for the irons are as follows:
1 iron: 15.5 2 iron: 18 3 iron: 20.5 4 iron: 24 5 iron: 27 6 iron: 30.5 7 iron: 34.5 8 iron: 38.5 9 iron: 42.5
The loft degree specifications for the wedges are as follows:
Pitching Wedge: 47 Sand Wedge: 52 Gap Wedge: 56 Lob Wedge: 60
Club Length Specifications
The lengths, in inches, of the irons are as follows:
1 iron: 39.75 2 iron: 39.25 3 iron: 38.75 4 iron: 38.25 5 iron: 37.75 6 iron: 37.25 7 iron: 36.75 8 iron: 36.25 9 iron: 35.75
The lengths, in inches, of the wedges are as follows:
Pitching Wedge: 35.5 Sand Wedge: 35.25 Gap Wedge: 35.25 Lob Wedge: 35
The Ping i3 series come with steel or graphite shafts, depending on the player's preference. The steel shafts have the PING Cushin Selective Filtering Insert. The graphite shafts come from the 350 series and are available in five different flexes.
The i3 grips come in six different sizes, depending on the hand size of the player. They have a soft feel and dimpled surface for maximum grip.
- Ping i3 O-Size: Specifications
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