PING has been making high-performing golf equipment since 1959.
So have you ever wondered where PING golf clubs are made?
In this post, we’ll dive into where PING manufactures its golf clubs. You’ll also learn other interesting facts about each PING’s ownership, the price range for their golf clubs, and which pro golfers they have partnered with.
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Where Are PING Golf Clubs Made?
PING still does most of its manufacturing at its Phoenix, Arizona, headquarters. However, some of PING’s components are made in China and shipped in for final assembly and inspection.
PING has a rigorous QC process that involves carefully measuring each golf club’s length, lie, loft, and weight. This explains why PING has such a devoted customer base.
Who Owns PING?
A former GE engineer named Karsten Solheim founded the company because he hated the feel of all the putters from that era.
John Solheim, the son of Karsten Solheim, is the current Chairman and CEO of PING.
Pro Golfers That Use PING Golf Clubs
Here is a short list of pro golfers who play with PING clubs:
- Bubba Watson: G425 Driver (Pink)
- Viktor Hovland: G425 Driver, i210 Irons, Glide Forged Pro Wedges, and PLD DS 72 Putter
- Louis Oosthuizen: G425 Driver and Glide 4.0 Irons
- Tony Finau: G425 Driver, Blueprint Irons, Glide 4.0 Irons, and PLD Anser 2 Prototype Putter
- Joaquin Niemann: G410 Driver, iBlade Irons, Glide Forged Pro Wedges and PLD Anser Prototype Putter
- Tyrrell Hatton: G425 Driver, i210 Irons, Glide Forged Wedges and Vault Oslo Putter
PING clubs range from $2,000 to $2,800 for a full set.