Does anyone know what the bounce is top top the Ping Eye 2+ SW (53*) and also LW (58*)? lock don"t appear be top top the Ping website.

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No. It"s right.

 

They play v a lot much less bounce though as soon as they"re opened up up as result of the slant ~ above the single that"s type of a Ping version of the Cleveland DSG.


Old Nike woods v blue shafts, Titleist 712Us and also a bagful of 681s, 2 rusty old Vokeys, an Eye 2 together wedge and an Anser 2



18* top top the LW is surprising - if true. Is this top top the "+" or the initial -- which seems to have more bounce and a larger sole.

 

This is especially surprising due to the fact that the bounce ~ above a Ping i-wedge (whose sole is an alleged to be inspired by the Eye 2) is 11.5*.



I had actually asked PING this a brief time back for mine EYE2+ wedges. Below is your reply:

 

The loft ~ above the Eye2+ SW is 53 degrees, through a 12 degree bounce. The LW loft is 58 degrees and also the bounce is 18 1/4 degrees.

 

They did speak the measure up bounce differently than various other manufacturers. I am not sure what the means, probably what mat562 said about the dynamic grind.


The initial Eye 2 wedges additionally have a high noted bounce angle. Something akin, on paper, come the Eye 2+ wedges IIRC.

 

The single design way that they play in different way though - owing to the an ext bulky sole style that presents more bounce once they are opened up. I"ve play an Eye 2 sand and also lob wedge on and off because that years, and also I"ve had to heavily grind under my Eye 2 l wedge to obtain it to play how I wanted it to play - with virtually no bounce. An Eye 2+ l wedge, even after gift bent 2 levels weaker plays v much much less bounce and also can be opened up up easily, without the require for any kind of grinding IME.

 

In regards to the sand wedges, the exact same theory applies. As well as the loft distinctions (53 as standard in the Eye2+ v 57.5 as traditional in the original model) the clubs play very differently indigenous sand. The original version plays through much an ext bounce, wherein as the Eye 2+ plays with lot less, and tends to destruction far much more for me.

 

Both great wedges, but they play very differently as stock clubs.


Old Nike woods v blue shafts, Titleist 712Us and also a bagful that 681s, two rusty old Vokeys, one Eye 2 together wedge and an Anser 2


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The initial Eye 2 wedges additionally have a high provided bounce angle. Other akin, on paper, to the Eye 2+ wedges IIRC.

 

The single design method that castle play in different way though - fan to the much more bulky sole design that presents more bounce once they are opened up up. I"ve played an Eye 2 sand and lob wedge on and also off for years, and also I"ve had actually to greatly grind under my Eye 2 l wedge to get it to play how I want it come play - v virtually no bounce. An Eye 2+ together wedge, also after being bent 2 degrees weaker plays v much much less bounce and also can be opened up up easily, there is no the need for any type of grinding IME.

 

In terms of the sand wedges, the very same theory applies. Aside from the loft distinctions (53 as typical in the Eye2+ v 57.5 as traditional in the initial model) the clubs play really differently native sand. The original model plays with much more bounce, wherein as the Eye 2+ theatre with lot less, and tends to dig far much more for me.

 

Both great wedges, however they play really differently as stock clubs.


 

Not to destruction up one old post but ......

 

I have an initial eye2 sw yet the grooves space worn under to gift innefective. I have actually just purchase a callaway x-forged 60*cgrind 10* bounce with their md grooves that i love. I was thinking of gaining their 56* through 14* bounce md grooves to change it however am not sure just how it will play the end of the sand. Indigenous the turf i know it will certainly play well however i don"t desire to screw up my sand play. Any type of idea exactly how this brand-new wedge could compare to my existing eye2??


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Posted June 24, 2008

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I play an old beryllium Eye 2 sand wedge for years - typically on and off with a 588 sand wedge. Mine Ping sand wedges (I additionally dabbled v the Eye 2+ models) were always collection at 56 degrees, so on file my old faithful probably had actually 10 or 11 degrees of bounce. I constantly felt it played as if it had a bit more though, owing to the sole design and width. In state of other wedges (which for me has always meant a Vokey or a Cleveland 588) ns reckon the the high bounce choices (a 56.14 and the share 56/14 respectively) play most an in similar way to the Pings. The narrower sole method that a tad much more bounce is forced for me to get a comparable performance indigenous sand v the share sole.

 

I"ve not hit among the new Callaways, so ns don"t know how the grind will affect the proclaimed bounce and how it functions from sand when it"s opened up. All my Vokeys and Clevelands have had the stock sole and also a square hoe that provides a many bounce through the sand i m sorry is a bit various from the Callaways from what I deserve to tell.

 

I quiet occasionally have actually a whirl through my enlarge clubs about the practice eco-friendly and, although the power is comparable and I"m maybe to adjust between the two an extremely different designs, the feel of the Eye 2s is entirely different in the instance of sand play for me. Another thing to be mindful of is the your Ping will likely be a lot lighter (probably 4 or 5 swingweights or so) 보다 the Callaway wedge you"re considering.

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All the over is more than likely as clear as mud, but it"s my take on the subject for what it"s worth.