Ping Prodi G Junior Golf Wedges
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New Prodi G Junior Golf Wedges 52° & 56°
To Work Out Your Best Fit, Click The "How To Custom Fit Your Prodi G Clubs Tab"
Prodi G junior sets offer the same score-lowering technology of our adult sets custom-engineered to fit golfers ages 7 to 13 and between 4' 5" and 5' 2". With the "Get Golf Growing" Program, buy at least five clubs and you're entitled to a one-time, no-charge service to have the clubs re-shafted or lengthened, re-weighted, and re-gripped as the golfer grows.
Styled after the Glide 2.0 wedges to optimize spin and control around the greens, the lightweight 17-4 stainless steel 52° and 56° have an elastomer insert for a soft feel.
"Get Golf Growing" Program
When you buy five or more clubs in one transaction you are entitled to a one-time, no-charge service to have the clubs re-shafted or lengthened, re-weighted, and re-gripped at PING to optimize performance as the golfer grows. You effectively get two sets of clubs for the price of one set.
Recommended shaft flex:
Height 52 – 56” / 132 – 142cm (Regular Flex)
Height 57 – 63” / 145 – 160cm (Stiff Flex)
Wedge 52.0° Standard Length 32 1/2"
Wedge 56.0° Standard Length 32 1/4"
How do I work out the best fit for my child?
To make things nice and simple, use the below Ping Colour Code Chart to work out the best fit. You can print this out if needed which may help when you are measuring your child.
Working Out the Lie Angle (Colour Code) only needed for irons, wedges and putters.
Step One – Measure between the wrist to floor in either either inches or centimetres and find the measurement on the left hand side of the chart. Make sure you measure accurately from the crease of the wrist. Top tip is to be wearing golf shoes or something similar like trainers that has the same heel depth)
Step Two – Measure the overall height of the junior golfer in either inches or centimetres and find the measurement along the top of the chart. Again make sure golf shoes or something similar is being worn.
Step Three – Using both measurements simply find the box where they intercept. As example, follow the row along from the wrist to floor measurement and stop when it intercepts the column of your overall height.
This will then give you a colour. These colours refer to lie angles with green being 2 degree upright, blue being 1 degree upright, black as standard, red as 1 degree flat and orange being 2 degrees flat. If you do not produce a colour, then you need to either go down to green or up to orange! If you have two colours in the same box, go with the greater colour. Write this colour down as you will need it to order.
What flex do I need? - By using the same method as above, look again at the box that the two measurements meet. Looking up to the top of the chart, you will see the shaft flex as either regular or stiff. Again, write this down as you will need it when ordering.
What length do I need? - Using the same method, look again at the box that the two measurements meet. Looking to the bottom of the chart, you will see the +’s or -‘s that needs to be added or taken off a standard length club. There is separate results for (Drivers, Fairways and Hybrids), Irons and Putters. Again, write this down as you will need it when ordering.
What golf bag would best fit these clubs? - Using the same method, look again at the box that the two measurements meet. Follow the chart down and you will see either a Ping Prodi G 30 Bag or Ping Hoofer Prodi G34 depending on the golfers height
Can I get some advice to check my measurements? Yes, our professional staff are on hand from 9.30am to 4pm daily on 01626 830537. Give them a call as they will be happy to help.
Print off your chart by clicking this link