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PING Glide Golf Wedges

PING Glide Wedges

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    Right
  • Left
    Left
Loft: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • 52.0
    52.0
  • 56.0
    56.0
Sole: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • SS
    SS
  • WS
    WS
Shaft: CFS Steel The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • CFS Steel
    CFS Steel
Flex: Wedge The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • Wedge
    Wedge
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SKU:P59274

Description

Specs

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Q & A

PING Glide Wedges

Custom Engineered Wedges For More Short Game Options

PING believes Glide is the most versatile and consistent wedge line the company has ever produced. Glide wedges were engineered from the grip to the sole to help golfers of all ability levels improve their short games. The line includes four different sole options, each designed to work well for a specific type of player and different types of course conditions. Additionally, the grooves were designed to deliver varying spin characteristics depending on loft, and a special, longer grip has been utilized to make it easier for players to “grip down” for more control. Glide wedges come in lofts of 47, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, and 60 degrees. They also come with a 118-gram CFS wedge shaft that is designed to produce lower launch angles for greater control.

Sole design chart

Sole Designs for All Swing Shapes

Glide wedges are available with four unique sole shapes, each of which will work well with different swing types and turf conditions. For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.

Close up of grooves

Loft-Optimized Gorge Grooves

A 16-degree sidewall is utilized in wedges with lofts between 47 and 54 degrees to keep from having too much spin imparted on full shots, while a 24-degree sidewall is utilized in lofts between 56 and 60 degrees to create more spin on shorter shots.

Close up of grip

Dyla-Wedge Grip

The stock grip on Glide wedges is 3/4 of an inch longer to allow players to grip down on full shots or shots around the green to better control trajectory.

Side of wedge

431 Moisture-Repelling Finish

The finish used in the Glide series creates softer feel but also features more friction, which provides greater consistency and spin when playing in wet conditions or from heavy rough.

Specs

  • Lie: 64°
  • Length: 35"-35.5"
  • Grip: PING Dyla-Wedge, PING Dyla-Wedge
  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Type: Wedges
  • Top Rated: 4.8
PING Glide Wedges CFS Steel is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 79.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice club Works just as well as the bigger name wedges and is a great looking club too.
Date published: 2018-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Helped My Short Game I’ve tried numerous brand name and off brand wedges for years. My play near the green was the most iratic part of my game. A friend suggested that I try Ping. Wow! From the first stroke my ball lanched high and landed soft. I bought a gap Glide wedge a couple of weeks later also from TGW and couldn’t be more pleased. TWG’s service was excellent.
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid wedge! This wedge has a solid feel! It lowered my ball flight, but spins the ball more than my previous Vokey wedge. The feel is great & as usual...Ping delivers!
Date published: 2018-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PINF Glide wedge CFS steel Right 56.0 ES New club, one of the best sand wedges I have had. Excellent price
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Another great Ping product. Glide is an awesome name because that’s what it does. Glides across turf and is very forgiving. I use the 60 wide sole for short range approaches and consistently stop it near the hole. Still have to practice but I believe the clubs has definitely added to the consistency. Definitely recommend!
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent around the greens. incredible spin with the Callaway chrome soft ball. A must have.
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club. Looks great at setup and a great price .
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helped my short game Replaced my worn-out Titelist Vokeys with two Ping Glides. My short game has actually improved. Great clubs!
Date published: 2018-11-07
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Is this women or men’s club?

Asked by: Yiyi
These wedges work equally well for men and women.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-11-28

What is the difference between the ES, SS, and WS sole?

Asked by: Mardy
For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-11-27

Is the shaft stiff or regular flex?

Asked by: mz
Wedge flex is similar to stiff flex.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-11-20

What are the physical characteristics of the “eye sole” as compared to SS or TS? Which is more forgiving? Why?

Asked by: Bigtom
TS = Thin Sole WS = Wide Sole SS= Standard Sole ES = Eye Sole For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-10-19

What are the SS ratings on ping wedges?

Asked by: TV
TS = Thin Sole WS = Wide Sole SS= Standard Sole ES = Eye Sole For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-10-19

What colored dot are these?

Asked by: Tgd
These are standard black dot.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-10-16

What’s sole??

Asked by: Slh
Glide wedges are available with four unique sole shapes, each of which will work well with different swing types and turf conditions. For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-10-09

What do the letters for soles mean?

Asked by: Bob
TS = Thin Sole WS = Wide Sole SS= Standard Sole ES = Eye Sole For players who have shallow angles of attack or who typically play at courses with firm turf and sand conditions, the TS (thin sole) is a great option. For steeper angles of attack and soft turf and sand conditions the WS (wide sole) will work best, while the SS (standard sole) is a great fit for players with moderate angles of attack and from varying turf conditions. And finally, the ES (Eye sole) offers versatility on all shots played from around the green and especially from bunkers.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-10-09
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