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Junior Fitting

PING’s Junior Fitting Process

The PING Junior Web Fit app gives you a quick fitting recommendation based on the player’s height, wrist-to-floor measurements and average driver distance.


Provide your junior player’s height, wrist-to-floor measurement and approximate driving distance (left), and we can help determine the four primary elements to fitting a junior effectively.

  1. Set Makeup: While juniors are developing their speed and skill, some won’t need a full set to start. Using their approximate driving distance, we can estimate their speed and recommend a set configuration.

  2. Length: Shaft length is crucial. Using the player’s height, we can accurately recommend an appropriate length. Too often, we see parents buy clubs that are too long, hoping their kid will grow into them. In other cases, kids outgrow their equipment. At PING, we ensure lengths are accurate as the child grows with our “Get Golf Growing” Program, whereby a junior’s set can be re-shafted, lengthened, re-weighted and re-gripped one time free at PING. For more information check out: PING Introduces Prodi-G Junior Clubs

  3. Lie Angle/Color Code: We can provide a precise recommendation for lie angle (PING color code) using the player’s height and arm length.

  4. Shaft Flex: PING offers two shaft flexes in our ProdiG product, and using your junior’s driving distance, we can approximate their clubhead speed and recommend a shaft flex.

The PING Junior Fitting Process is for golfers 4’4” to 5’2” tall and for ages 7 to 13. For juniors taller than 5'2”, we recommend getting fit with PING’s standard Color Code Chart.

Ping Moments in History

First Color Coded Karsten Irons
PING introduces the Color Coding System. This system distinguishes the lie angle of the club with a colored dot in the cavity. Golfers quickly see how having the right lie angle helps their game and begin to identify themselves with their particular color code.

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