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What do Ping Dot Colours mean?


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by Crazy Golfer 4 months ago

The base for the Ping color code is the black dot (specified the standard lie). The hosels of these clubs leave the club at Ping's standard lie angle. All Ping lies shown in Qsponge.com are standard lies.

"xx° upright" in the below means that xx° should be added to the standard lies, whereas "yy° flat" means yy° should be substracted from the standard lie.


PING Dot Colour Code Chart introduced before 2017


Dot ColourLie AngleHeight measurementWrist to floor measurement
Maroon
4.5° upright6'3" to 6'9"+38.25" to 40"+
Silver
3.75° upright6'15" to 6'9"37.25" to 38.75"
White
3.0° upright6'0" to 6'8"36.5" to 37.75"
Green
2.25° upright5'9" to 6'6"35.5" to 36.75"
Yellow
1.5° upright5'6" to 6'4"34.75" to 36"
Blue
0.75° upright5'38" to 6'28"33.75" to 35.25"
Black
0.0° standard lie5'25" to 6'1"33.0" to 34.25"
Red
0.75° flat5'1" to 6'05"32.25" to 33.5"
Purple
1.5° flat5'0" to 5'8"31.25" to 32.5"
Orange
2.25° flat4'10" to 5'5"30.5" to 31.75"
Brown
3° flat4'0" to 5'38"29.25" to 30.75"
Gold
3.75° flat3'8"- to 5'25"28.5"- to 30.0"

Please note that Height measurement and Wrist to floor measurement in the chart are approximate measurements. For more accurate measurement, please consult the Ping specialists.



PING Dot Colour Code Chart introduced in 2017


How to use the above chart please refer to here.



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