Ping Rapture V2 Driver
The first noticeable difference from the original Rapture driver is the racy lime green color on the shaft and the soleplate. But the changes aren't merely cosmetic. In what Hollywood might call a plot twist, Ping has equipped the V2 with a super lightweight stock 939 shaft in L through X flexes. With a shaft weight of 47 grams and a 45.75-inch finished length, this makes the V2 one of the lightest and longest drivers on the market.
Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood
Materials: 17-4 stainless steel body with tungsten sole plate.
Specifications: Available in 3 (171cc, 16 degrees of loft), 5 (165cc, 19 degrees) woods. Standard shafts are the Ping TFC939F (R, S) and MitsubishiJavlnFX (R, S).
Fitting variables: Shaft flex/type, shaft length,
'Tungsten sole plate (61 grams, 34-percent of head's mass) optimizes CG for higher launch, lower spin. Larger, shallow head profile for added forgiveness and performance from all conditions. Plasma-welded, machined, variable face thickness for added distance. Double-Rapture alignment aid on crown.'
Ping Rapture V2 Irons
Materials: Tungsten sole weight (22-percent of mass, 16-percent of volume); titanium face (13-percent of mass, 21-percent of volume); 17-4 stainless steel body (65-percent of mass, 63-percent of volume); elastomer CTP insert.
Specifications: Available in 3-9, PW and SW . Standard graphite shaft is the Ping TFC939I ( R and S flexes). Standard steel shaft is the Ping AWT (Soft R, R, S and X flexes).
Fitting variables: Lie angle (12 color codes), shaft flex/type, shaft length, grip size/type and swingweight.
This is almost exactly what my plan was. I was going to get 6-PW/SW, as I have hybrid 3,4 and 5 that I really like. According to the golf shop I spoke to yesterday, its not different in price if i order the clubs individually vs ordering the set. The clubs are priced the same no matter what. This makes them pretty affordabel, as I wond have a 3,4 or 5 iron just sitting around. If I want I can order them later as well.
In my opinion, I think that you should go with the Ping Rapture V2 Series (http://www.wholesaleclubsgolf.com/Ping-Rapture-V2-Series-937.html). The Raptures, from what I tried, are a very good club. In fact, I know of a guy who switched to Raptures's, and he's near a 5 or so handicap.
We have found many junior clubs were just basically adult clubs cut down to length with very little thought being given to grip thickness and flex of individual shafts. The PGA Kids Range includes three length options all featuring varying flexes and grip sizes and we are confident these clubs will undoubtedly help young golfers develop their full potential.
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