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Used Ping G30 3 Wood - 14.5° Loft - Stiff Flex - PING TFC 419F Graphite ShaftPing G30 Fairway Wood

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Features & Specs

Men's Ping G30

3 Wood Type, 14.5° Loft, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, Black Dot Standard Lie Angle

Graphite PING TFC 419F Shaft

Description

The Ping G30 fairway woods are designed with a hotter, more forgiving face for generating distance with control. A strong, uniform-thickness Carpenter 475 face maximizes deflection to increase ball speed and generate distance. The face is also taller for additional face bending and forgiveness. Crown turbulators help with aim and confidence. And with five settings, you can add or subtract up to 1 degree of loft to optimize trajectories.

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Best 3 wood

Review by This is the best 3 wood, 4 months ago.

“I've played several 3woo but this is the best so far.”

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Is this a regular size wood or is it small like a hybrid?

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This is considered a fairway wood.

Emmett Brantly     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

Does this club come with a head cover?

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New clubs will come with a headcover while preowned ones will not.

Rudi Fann     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

What is differnce between the Ping TFC 419F shaft and the TFC 419 shaft

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They are the same shaft. Sometimes it is listed with the F designating fairway wood.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful