Higher-spinning, more forgiving, lighter design to fit golfers of all skill levels
In developing the new Glide 3.0 wedges, PING’s engineers took a grip-to-grind approach, re-designing every component of the club to create a higher-spinning, more forgiving, lighter overall design that offers multiple sole grind options to custom-fit golfers of all skill levels.
To allow players to get the ideal amount of spin, Ping designed the Glide 3.0 wedges with different grooves based on each club’s loft. The pitching wedges and gap wedges (46, 50 and 52 degrees) have narrower and deeper grooves, like an iron’s grooves, because players usually hit them from the fairway and rough on full-swing approach shots. The sand wedges and gap wedges (54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees) have broader and shallower grooves. They do a better job of moving water and debris off the face on greenside chips, pitches and bunker shots.