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went and finally got to hit some g410's in person and loved them. Hit them long. high and they stopped fast.

 

Noticed you can't really order off pings website. Where do most of you guys buy from?

 

Thanks!

 

If you're buying new, you may as well buy from the place you hit them. PING retailers are required to charge you the full MAP, so the price won't be any cheaper if they are current/in-line clubs. Well...you could circumvent paying sales tax by purchasing online, but that's the only savings you'll get.

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I always use Mortons. You can add any extra custom details to the notes at checkout, if there's anything you don't see on the order page. They have great customer service as well.

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I have ordered them through my club, Golf Galaxy, and Morton's. Got the best customer service through Morton's FWIW.

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went and finally got to hit some g410's in person and loved them. Hit them long. high and they stopped fast.

 

Noticed you can't really order off pings website. Where do most of you guys buy from?

 

Thanks!

 

If you're buying new, you may as well buy from the place you hit them. PING retailers are required to charge you the full MAP, so the price won't be any cheaper if they are current/in-line clubs. Well...you could circumvent paying sales tax by purchasing online, but that's the only savings you'll get.

 

 

Correct; no need to shop around with Ping; every retailer, on or off line, will be charging the same price or risk losing their account. Buy 'em where you hit 'em.

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went and finally got to hit some g410's in person and loved them. Hit them long. high and they stopped fast.

 

Noticed you can't really order off pings website. Where do most of you guys buy from?

 

Thanks!

 

If you're buying new, you may as well buy from the place you hit them. PING retailers are required to charge you the full MAP, so the price won't be any cheaper if they are current/in-line clubs. Well...you could circumvent paying sales tax by purchasing online, but that's the only savings you'll get.

 

 

Correct; no need to shop around with Ping; every retailer, on or off line, will be charging the same price or risk losing their account. Buy 'em where you hit 'em.

 

That's true. Ping is very strict on its pricing so every retailer must not undercut each other. Since price isn't a factor, it's really now all about getting it at the quickest time at the cheapest shipping costs.

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If you're looking to save a few dollars, look for an eBay retailer that sells them new - they'd be full price - but if you time it was an eBay discount code you could still get a decent chunk off.

I recently did that with the JPX 919 irons.

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Buy local, get fit.

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another vote for buy them where you hit them.

 

You got a chance to hit them there and liked them, why reward someone else with your business?

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I emailed TGW and they said to just put any swing weight adjustments into the comment section. I hit them on vacation in California at PGASS, yet I'm from Illinois so I may order from TGW or go to the local CC.

 

Why not go to a retailer, either on or off course, who has a Ping cart account and get fit, then order from them? It's an easy process, gets you exact specs, and both the cost and the wait time are the same.

 

I'm a BIG fan of buying locally.

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Yup - agree with everyone about the price. You will not find any deals on Ping like you do on Callaway, Cobra or TM. Titleist is pretty much the same as Ping in that regard. If you want those G410's now, yer gonna have to pony up.

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If you're looking to save a few dollars, look for an eBay retailer that sells them new - they'd be full price - but if you time it was an eBay discount code you could still get a decent chunk off.

I recently did that with the JPX 919 irons.

 

PING watches that pretty closely. If a retailer gets caught doing that (accepting an eBay coupon on in-line product), they will usually lose their account. You have to have explicit approval from PING to sell on eBay, and then it's VERY subject to be monitored.

Right. eBay eats the discount on those codes, not the vendor. The retailer charges and receives the full $750 or whatever it is for 6 Ping irons, fulfilling their obligation.

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I emailed TGW and they said to just put any swing weight adjustments into the comment section. I hit them on vacation in California at PGASS, yet I'm from Illinois so I may order from TGW or go to the local CC.

 

I ordered a g400 lst from tgw with custom specs in the comments. Ordered at 45” with 65g Evenflow Black and requested D2 swing weight. Arrived perfect.

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If you're looking to save a few dollars, look for an eBay retailer that sells them new - they'd be full price - but if you time it was an eBay discount code you could still get a decent chunk off.

I recently did that with the JPX 919 irons.

 

PING watches that pretty closely. If a retailer gets caught doing that (accepting an eBay coupon on in-line product), they will usually lose their account. You have to have explicit approval from PING to sell on eBay, and then it's VERY subject to be monitored.

Right. eBay eats the discount on those codes, not the vendor. The retailer charges and receives the full $750 or whatever it is for 6 Ping irons, fulfilling their obligation.

 

It's still a perceived discount on the irons, which is something that is a no no. I know, because I have to agree to the same things as a retailer.

 

Not disagreeing at all, but that seems odd that if the retailer pays Ping full price, and they charge full MAP price to eBay buyer, what are they (the retailer) doing wrong if eBay decides to step in and take a loss to them (eBay) to drive more traffic to their site? Why is Ping privy to the dealings between Ping Retailer and eBay the eBay Buyer?

 

I know many OEMs are excluded from Big Box store coupons. But isn't that because the OEM's refuse to honor those coupons and the Big Box stores try to get them to eat part of those coupons? In this case, Ping Retailer isn't asking Ping to reimburse for anything, just eBay is eating the loss by deducting the final cost to the eBay buyer.

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Exceeded my number of "quoted such & and such", so replying to chris975d:

 

Understand 100%, and I don't blame the OEMs for protecting their brand/reputation/profits. But in this case I just don't understand how a Ping/Titleist Approved Online Retailer can be held responsible if they do everything they are obligated to regarding MAP pricing, and then eBay decides to offer buyer's 20% off paid directly to the buyer? Will every Ping/Titleist Approved Online seller seller be required to pull ALL their eBay listings once eBay announces one of these "Flash 20%" coupons?

 

Maybe I misunderstand the way these eBay 20% off to buyers codes work? And sorry to OP for thread-jacking this, but I think it's an interesting topic for those of us not "in the business".

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Exceeded my number of "quoted such & and such", so replying to chris975d:

 

Understand 100%, and I don't blame the OEMs for protecting their brand/reputation/profits. But in this case I just don't understand how a Ping/Titleist Approved Online Retailer can be held responsible if they do everything they are obligated to regarding MAP pricing, and then eBay decides to offer buyer's 20% off paid directly to the buyer? Will every Ping/Titleist Approved Online seller seller be required to pull ALL their eBay listings once eBay announces one of these "Flash 20%" coupons?

 

Maybe I misunderstand the way these eBay 20% off to buyers codes work? And sorry to OP for thread-jacking this, but I think it's an interesting topic for those of us not "in the business".

 

I'm with you. I don't know what a seller could do. I don't think they have a mechanism to deny the eBay discount code, because they're not really in the picture to begin with. I guess they'd have to pull the listings or increase the price to negate the discount? Seems like a lot for the manufacturers to ask

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Exceeded my number of "quoted such & and such", so replying to chris975d:

 

Understand 100%, and I don't blame the OEMs for protecting their brand/reputation/profits. But in this case I just don't understand how a Ping/Titleist Approved Online Retailer can be held responsible if they do everything they are obligated to regarding MAP pricing, and then eBay decides to offer buyer's 20% off paid directly to the buyer? Will every Ping/Titleist Approved Online seller seller be required to pull ALL their eBay listings once eBay announces one of these "Flash 20%" coupons?

 

Maybe I misunderstand the way these eBay 20% off to buyers codes work? And sorry to OP for thread-jacking this, but I think it's an interesting topic for those of us not "in the business".

 

I'm with you. I don't know what a seller could do. I don't think they have a mechanism to deny the eBay discount code, because they're not really in the picture to begin with. I guess they'd have to pull the listings or increase the price to negate the discount? Seems like a lot for the manufacturers to ask

 

Maybe we don't fully understand how the "eBay coupon" works? I don't know, for sure, but I doubt they are taking it out of the SELLER's pockets, or there would be a mass exodus of sellers whenever these "coupons" pop up?

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If you're looking to save a few dollars, look for an eBay retailer that sells them new - they'd be full price - but if you time it was an eBay discount code you could still get a decent chunk off.

I recently did that with the JPX 919 irons.

 

PING watches that pretty closely. If a retailer gets caught doing that (accepting an eBay coupon on in-line product), they will usually lose their account. You have to have explicit approval from PING to sell on eBay, and then it's VERY subject to be monitored.

Right. eBay eats the discount on those codes, not the vendor. The retailer charges and receives the full $750 or whatever it is for 6 Ping irons, fulfilling their obligation.

 

It's still a perceived discount on the irons, which is something that is a no no. I know, because I have to agree to the same things as a retailer.

 

Plus, unless you’re one of a handful of authorized Ping internet retailers, you can’t sell current product on marketplaces anyways.

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I just want to say I don't disagree with you guys at all. I just assumed almost every major OEM had authorized online retailers, but am most likely mistaken.

 

https://www.taylormadegolf.com/shared-customer-service/customerService-authorizedonline.html

 

If TM is the only one who licenses online retailers I stand corrected. I did go to Ping and Titleist websites and can't find a link to any authorized online retailers, so will agree with chris975d.

 

Crush Sticks - you mention "a handful of authorized Ping internet retailers". Can you give a link to that list so we can make sure our online purchases are coming from a legit source and not counterfeit? I searched Ping's website and couldn't find it. Seems like you are saying that there ARE a handful of authorized Ping internet retailers who ARE allowed to sell current product on "marketplaces", and it would be a PSA to help protect the field if you could provide a link to them, to protect Ping's rep by people not buying counterfeits.

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I just want to say I don't disagree with you guys at all. I just assumed almost every major OEM had authorized online retailers, but am most likely mistaken.

 

https://www.taylorma...izedonline.html

 

If TM is the only one who licenses online retailers I stand corrected. I did go to Ping and Titleist websites and can't find a link to any authorized online retailers, so will agree with chris975d.

 

Here are a few on line retailers for Ping.

 

https://www.globalgo...ng-g400-driver/

 

https://www.golfdisc...nd/ping/hybrids

 

https://www.mortongo...00-irons-gr.htm

 

https://www.tgw.com/pingretailer

 

https://www.golfdomg...pages/frontpage

 

https://www.2ndswing.com/t-new-ping-products.aspx

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I just want to say I don't disagree with you guys at all. I just assumed almost every major OEM had authorized online retailers, but am most likely mistaken.

 

https://www.taylorma...izedonline.html

 

If TM is the only one who licenses online retailers I stand corrected. I did go to Ping and Titleist websites and can't find a link to any authorized online retailers, so will agree with chris975d.

 

Crush Sticks - you mention "a handful of authorized Ping internet retailers". Can you give a link to that list so we can make sure our online purchases are coming from a legit source and not counterfeit? I searched Ping's website and couldn't find it. Seems like you are saying that there ARE a handful of authorized Ping internet retailers who ARE allowed to sell current product on "marketplaces", and it would be a PSA to help protect the field if you could provide a link to them, to protect Ping's rep by people not buying counterfeits.

 

CrushSticks referred to "marketplaces". These would be eBay, Amazon, etc. Those would be totally separate from having your own e-commerce site. But those still typically have to be approved beforehand by the manufacturer.

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I've found that buying Ping local to be more expensive than buying online. The local golf shop expects you to buy a club after taking half a dozen swings. Heaven forbid you want to not buy and would prefer try a club on two different days. I usually go to and demo days held locally and have even traveled a couple hours to not have heavy handed sales associates.

 

I really do like the Titleist Thursday fitting programs where you deal with a rep one on one for a half hour. There is no sales pitches, only info on what fits you best. I did end up buying thru the local country club where the Thursday program was held.

 

All ping retailers charge the same for a club, but the amount they charge for upgrades seems to vary widely.

 

Here is what I paid last year locally for a G400 Max driver with ping tour 65 shaft and digital lofting $ 448.49. + $ 15 shipping charge Subtotal $ 463.49 + Sales Tax. Grand total About$ 500

 

The same club on line price $397 for the stock Club + $21 shaft upcharge + $9.99 Shipping Charge Subtotal $ 427.99 No sales tax ( Add on for digital lofting would be $ 8 to $ 15 additional )

 

I bought my Ping irons online with Steelfiber shafts. Based on memory the upcharge was $ 42 per club. Currently the upcharge is $40 for steelfiber and $ 33 for Recoil shafts. The local shop quoted $ 65 upcharge for steelfiber shafts. Ping demo days and ping retailers do not have steelfiber or recoil shafts to try in ping clubs. I bought both Recoil and Steelfiber shafts, installed them in a couple irons and played them to see which I liked best.

 

The local shop charges $15 as a standard shipping charge. Shoes that are returned to a manufacturer due to leaking during warranty period incur a $15 shipping charge.

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