What does the orange dot mean on Ping irons?

What does the orange dot mean on Ping irons?

Orange dot means the iron is 2 degrees flat. Brown dot means the iron is 3 degrees flat. Gold dot means the iron is 4 degrees flat.

What lie angle is Ping orange dot?

PING Dot Colours

PING Dot Colours – Lie Angles
Dot Colour Height measurement Wrist to floor measurement
Red Dot 0.75° flat 5’1″ to 6’0½” 32¼” to 33½”
Purple Dot 1.5° flat 5’0″ to 5’7″ 31¼” to 32½”
Orange Dot 2.25° flat 4’10½” to 5’6″ 30½” to 31¾”

What do the colored dots mean on PING golf clubs?

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.

Does ping make a lob wedge?

Pitching Wedge – 44.5° Utility Wedge – 49.5° Sand Wedge – 54° Lob Wedge – 58° – This Component is Back-Ordered until 04/22/2022.

How do I know the color of my Ping dot?

Which Ping Dot colour are you?

  1. Find your height in the top bar. E.g. 6’3 = ½ inch longer than “standard”.
  2. Measure the distance from your wrist to the floor. E.g. 35 Inches.
  3. Intersect the two measurements to find your colour dot.
  4. If your measurements fall between two colours, then ball flight comes into play.

Does Ping have a 60 degree wedge?

The Ping Glide Forged 60 Degree uses precision milled, wheel cut grooves that help create more ball interaction at impact and creates more spin off the face. This wedge is versatile and perfect for shot making around the green.

Should golf club be flat on ground at address?

How should a golf club lie on the ground? The golf club should address the ball with the toe set a few millimetres in the air – the clubhead should never sit flat on the turf. You should be able to fit a small coin under the toe of the club at address, with the heel remaining in contact with the ground.

Do I need to carry a lob wedge?

Do I need to carry a lob wedge? The short answer to this is no. You don’t need a lob wedge in your bag if you learn how to properly use your sand wedge to achieve the desired loft. Yet, many players feel uncomfortable opening their sand wedge to hit soft, high shots as this decreases versatility.