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Used Ping G20 Left-Handed Pitching Wedge in Very Good ConditionPing G20 Wedge

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Features & Specs

Very Good Condition Men's Left-Hand Ping G20

Pitching Wedge Type, 45° Loft, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, 0° Bounce, Green Dot 2 – 2.25 Degrees Upright Lie Angle

Steel Ping CFS Shaft


Headcover Included : No

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

SKU : 1023792-AIQ-3B3-AB4

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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.


This wedge is a great for approach shots into the green.


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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.     1 year 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     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful