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Features and Benefits of the Ping G5 fairway:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Club: 3 Wood
Club: 5 Wood
Club: 7 Wood
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
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Dunnikier H.Cap (5) 23/10/2014
i already have G5 utility clubs bought from golf bidder.
I purchased the above as the Adams 3 wood I have seems to go to high.
This club has a more boring flight suitable for links golf
I have the new Taylor made jet speed driver but would try a G5 driver if one was available with reg shaft.
TerrySwift H.Cap (16) 09/08/2014
too soon to tell. Not too promising after one round. Time will tell.
Tanglefoot H.Cap (21) 19/01/2014
Very good. It matches my driver and is just what I wanted. I found it difficult to find one for sale because it is out of date, so I am very pleased.
Archway69 H.Cap (28) 26/07/2013
What an excellent club, and well done to golfbidder it was an easy sale and brilliant service, the club was packed very well and in tip top shape
higgsg H.Cap (22) 19/11/2012
very good club and easy to use, golfbidder service excellent
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