Golf stores and other retailers of Ping clubs use the Ping color dot chart to determine the correct lie angle a golfer needs. Ping retailers utilize the lie angle as part of the process to determine the correct fit betwe... More »

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The color code dot system for the Ping Eye 2, as well as other Ping products, is a method of custom-fitting clubs to a golfer based on two measurements: the height of the person and the distance from the player's wrists ... More »

PING stamps its sets of irons with color-coded dots that indicate the angle of the golf head relative to the golf shaft, known as the lie angle. The dots are used by golf shop professionals to property fit the irons to g... More »

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The color code dot system for the Ping Eye 2, as well as other Ping products, is a method of custom-fitting clubs to a golfer based on two measurements: the height of the person and the distance from the player's wrists ... More »

When Ping manufactures golf clubs, irons in particular, they mark the clubs with colored dots that represent the angle of the club head to the standard shaft angle. The two important measurements are height of the golfer... More »

A Ping golf club custom fitting process entails an interview process, static fitting, dynamic swing test and ball-flight analysis to help determine the perfect set of clubs for each individual player. There are two diffe... More »

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A golfer can be fitted for PING golf clubs by visiting an authorized PING dealer and meeting with a trained fitter. The trained fitter takes measurements, asks questions and runs a few tests to help provide the player wi... More »

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