Types of Ping Golf Clubs

By Marc Jenkins

For 50 years PING has been one of the largest manufacturers of premium golf clubs in the United States. Initially PING focused simply on putters, however, over the years they have branched out spectacularly throughout the entire field of golf clubs. PING now offers a wide variety of different golf clubs for their users to enjoy and get the best out of their games.

PING G10 Titanium Driver

The PING G10 Titanium Driver is a club PING offers to golfers for maximum performance enhancement. The G10 is completely constructed of 6-4 titanium (Grade 5 titanium), from crown to body to the face, making for a lightweight feel during swings and resulting in faster ball speed and greater driving distance. The shaft comes in a standard graphite shaft with the options of soft regular, regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes. With a large 460cc club head, there is nothing standing in the way of accurate drives with every swing.

PING Rapture V2 Irons

The PING Rapture V2 iron set is constructed out of cast iron with titanium iron faces for the 3-9 irons and pitching wedge. The shafts are available in two metal options--graphite and steel. The graphite version comes in soft regular, regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes, while the steel only comes in regular, stiff and extra stiff. The Rapture V2 irons are designed for golfers who range between mid-to-high handicap.

PING Rapture V2 Hybrid with 50th Anniversary Logo

The PING Rapture V2 Hybrid with 50th Anniversary Logo is made of a 17-4 stainless steel body (of chromium-nickel-copper, which is extremely strong) within its face, body and crown, providing the ability to gain maximum shot distances and greater shot forgiveness (the margin of error when hitting shots). The shaft only comes in a standard graphite shaft, with the options of regular and stiff flexes also available.

About The Author

Marc Jenkins has been writing since 2008. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, and he is also co-host of the Double Play Sports Hour, a sports talk radio show on WBCR 1090AM in New York City. He studied English and mass communications at Virginia State University.

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