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PING Glide Forged Used Golf Wedge

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PING Glide Forged Used Golf Wedge

Grind: SS
Lie Angle: Black Standard
Hand: Left
Loft: 54.0
Bounce: 10.0
Flex: Wedge
Condition: Very Good
Shaft: Dynamic Gold Steel
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SKU:P139185

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Used Golf Clubs...Various Specs Available...Huge Savings!

We have a limited number of golf clubs which have been used as demos or have been returned by customers. Most of these clubs have had very little usage and only show minor hit marks or cosmetic blemishes. The performance of these golf clubs is comparable to a new club.

Condition Guide:

  • Excellent: Club appears almost new. Most likely the club has been hit only a few times and may have very slight hit marks
  • Very Good: Club has been hit and may show very minor wear. Club has not been used extensively
  • Good: Club has been hit and shows some signs of wear. Club has been polished and is in good condition
  • Fair: Clubs in fair condition have been used regularly and have been cleaned of any debris. Scratches or scuffs can be visible but do not affect the performance of the club.

Pre-owned golf clubs are available in a diverse assortment of lofts, shaft types, and flexes. There may only be one or two available for each style. Review the above product selection for the current inventory.

**Used Clubs Are Not Returnable**

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Specs

  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Wedges
  • Pre-Owned Club Type: Wedges
  • Top Rated: 4

I just wanted to know exactly what shaft is in this wedge, as PING offers a couple different True Temper options. Is it correctly marked as "Wedge Flex"? Also, what grip does it have and is it standard length? Thank you!

Asked by: ktm88
The club has the TT Dynamic Gold Steel stock shaft in standard length. It has the stock Golf Pride. It does have a wedge flex. wedge flex is a nebulous term, but can be generally interpreted as "not quite stiff", or "firm" (i.e., in between a DG R300 and S300)
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-11-14
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