A precision-machined face and grooves and new textured face blast increase spin and consistency, a larger activated elastomer insert helps soften the feel, and four distinct grind options maximize versatility on full and finesse shots. The compact, refined profile provides a confident and captured look at address.
The multi-material construction combines 8620 carbon steel with a larger and softer activated elastomer insert to provide a soft, responsive feel. The additional volume of the insert allows for 36% more face contact.
In combination with the precision-milled face and grooves, the new Emery face blast adds more texture to the hitting surface, creating higher friction and more interaction between the club and ball for more spin and lower launch.
The Glide 4.0 setup appeals to the eye with its rounded, compact design that benefits from advancements to the lead edge and hosel transition.
The grooves in the lower-lofted wedges (46°, 50° & 52°) are milled with a 20° sidewall and a .005" edge radius for optimal full-shot performance.
The higher-lofted versions (54°, 56°, 58° & 60°) are milled to a .004" edge radius with a 28° sidewall to impart more spin, especially around the greens.
The PING Eye2 wedge face profile inspired the “E” grind, distinguished by the high-toe design made popular by Karsten Solheim’s iconic sand wedge from the early 1980s. It features a blended hosel and dished sole design similar to the original Eye2.
Four differentiated sole grinds (S, W, T, E) are designed to match your angle of attack and typical turf conditions for improving your performance and versatility on full and partial shots.
The longer 11.5” Lamkin Crossline 1150 grip is designed for gripping down, with a reduced-taper profile to promote versatility and control. PING’s lightweight Z-Z115 shaft has a lower balance point for more clubhead feel.