Ping g20 pink driver Since Bubba Watson began swinging a ping g20 pink driver at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in January, Ping has donated $10,000, plus $300 for every 300-plus-yard drive Watson has struck using the club, to the "Bubba & Friends Drive to a Million" initiative. That brings the company's total donation to $61,600. Watson and Ping hope to raise $1 million and give it to Phoenix-area charities chosen by the company with Watson's support.
Cheap g20 driver Bubba used Ping G20 Driver, the all-pink driver byPingto win the Masters. "We looked back at the last few days and realized that with all the tremendous energy Bubba has created with his win at the Masters and for our brand, we needed to do more with this opportunity to give back to those in need," said John A. Solheim, PING Chairman & CEO. "The response to the pink G20s has exceeded expectations at this point, so we're increasing our commitment to help bring Bubba closer to his goal of raising $1 million for charity this year." Ping G20 clubs attacts golfers after that.
Cheap g15 irons On Tuesday morning, Ping announced that it will sell 5,000 limited-edition all -g20 pink drivers for $430 in local pro shops starting on June 1. Five percent of the proceeds from the sale of the drivers will go to "Bubba Long in Pink. Driven by Ping," which is the company's portion of "Bubba & Friends Drive to a Million."
Cheap golf clubs The PING G20 driver is a contender for a full time spot in my bag. It still has some work to do, as do I, but this driver makes it worth putting time in on the range and on the course. Although I'm generally not a fan of the stock shaft for myself and my game, I think for the most part it will be fine for the majority of golfers out there.