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Used Ping G20 Left-Handed Sand Wedge in Bargain ConditionPing G20 Wedge

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Bargain Condition Men's Left-Hand Ping G20

Sand Wedge Type, 54° Loft, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, 12° Bounce, Black Dot Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Ping TFC 169i Shaft


Headcover Included : No

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

SKU : 1023792-AGO-3B1-AB2

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Bargain Condition

Shows frequent to heavy use but does not show any signs of abuse. Cosmetic blemishes are clearly visible and may include: pop-up marks, heavy scuffing and scratching, paint chipping, heavy finish wear, shaft burn and pitting, natural dings/nicking/gouges, etc. If you can get past the cosmetics, there is plenty of life still in this one!, get it for a steal!


The PING G20 irons are engineered for extreme forgiveness and predictable distance control. The cavity’s floating CTP structure stabilizes the face and its aluminum badge with elastomer heel and toe sections produces a solid feel and sound. The CTP reinforces a 10% thinner face and controls distances while saving weight, which was added to the back flange of the deeply cut, multi-cavity head to increase the MOI.


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I am interested in the G20 sand wedge. Do have any pictures and what is the difference between 1.5 degree flat and the 3 degree upright? Also what is shaft burn?

Bill P.     10 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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Unfortunately, we are unable to provide actual pictures due to multiple shipping locations and the size of our inventory. With a flat club, the shaft is going to run slightly more parallel to the ground whereas more upright is going to run more perpendicular. Typically, taller players need more upright but only a fitting will tell you specifically what you need. Finally, shaft burn is wear on the shaft from being removed from the golf bag over time.

Rudi Fann     10 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful