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Used Ping i5 5-PW Iron Set in Very Good ConditionPing i5 Iron Set

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Very Good Condition Men's Right-Hand Ping i5

5-PW Type, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, White Dot 3 Degrees Upright Lie Angle

Steel Ping True Temper Shaft

 

Headcover Included : No

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

SKU : 1001922-AFI-3B3-AGF

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Very Good Condition

Shows general wear associated with normal use over the course of a season or more but has been well cared for. Does not retain any of the "new look" but is in better than average condition. There is absolutely no sign of abuse. Cosmetic imperfections are typically visible. Examples include: scuffing, scratching, tiny paint blemishes, shallow dings/nicking, and normal shaft wear.

Description

The Ping i5 irons feature a midsized, reduced offset, perimeter weighted head for added control and shot-making capability. It also features a larger, thinner Custom Tuning Port in the cavity for excellent feel and feedback.

Features

  • The Custom Tuning Port''s thin walls contact more surface area to stabilize the face and help reduce vibration.
  • The groove profile combines with an improved processing method to ensure consistency for added control and spin.
  • The i5 features less offset than the G5 for additional shot-shaping playability.
  • The narrower sole of the i5 provides a smooth transition through the turf.

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How good is the condition of the grooves and the grips? Withour close up pictures, can't really tell. Too many players don' take care of clubs.

Barry L.     10 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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