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A very kind WRX'er reached out to me and I am now the proud owner of an Eye 2 BeCu Lw! This completes my Dad's set (2i - Pw to start), now in full regalia as 1i - Lw. Of course, the serials don't ma

For those of you that are worried about their ego of hitting a 7 instead and your buddy hitting an 8. Two words, fvck em. We are playing a game called golf, lowest score wins period. Doesn't matter

I just sent mine back to Ping to be reshafted. Eye2+ 4-W, S, L, plus a second pair of BeCU square groove S, L. I still have the 1, 2 and 3 iron and will send those in later.   I love these things -

I took my new (to me) Eye2’s out for nine holes recently. Left my usual driver, 5w, hybrid and my usual wedges at home. Just the 3-W Eye2 set, an early-70’s vintage Anser putter and my one “modern” necessity, a 56-degree Vokey.

 

Teed off with the 3-iron in lieu of driver. Seemed to go about 180-ish which is similar or a bit shorter than the 23-degree hybrid from my usual set. Other than that, they seemed to play roughly the expected distances with each club number being “one less” than my Ping G irons. That’s because the Eye2 5-iron has the same loft as my G 6-iron and so forth through the set.

 

Biggest difference from modern game-improvement irons is the Eye2 really wants to take a serious divot. I always think of myself as something close to a “picker” and playing on Bermuda grass my mid irons simply do not take divots at all. A perfectly struck, clean contact, straight and high 6-iron shot from a tight fairway lie made a 8-10” long (albeit extremely shallow and not very wide) divot. Even iron shots from the rough the leading edge just plows through the grass before and after ball with very little apparent resistance. Remarkable.

 

But don’t ask about catching a PW just a couple of grooves low from a tight lie. Not good!

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I've been a huge PING fan forever and only strayed when I went into single length. I've kept all my favorite PING clubs and was building a 8-10 club fun bag. The other day my wife spies a PING bag at a garage sale so I pop over.

 

Beautiful set of Ping Eye2+ 3-LW (missing the SW) in a white leather PING bag. The sale was actually at a friend's house... gives me the bag and old clubs for free just for helping clean out the garage.

 

Looking forward to putting them into play!

 

 

Bag: Ping Hoofer Camo / Vessel Sunday Bag Driver: Ping G400 SFT @ 10* Wood: Cobra King F8 @ 17* Hybrids: Cobra King F8 22* & 25* Irons: Wishon Sterling SL 6-SW Wedge: KZG Forged TRS Grind 60* Putter: SGC WB Northwood Lovingly built by: Dan's Custom Golf

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Imagine if Ping reissued the Eye2's with the offset of a Iblade ? :)

 

They would be decried as hideous and no one would buy them

Ping G410 Plus 10.5°/Alta CB55 r flex, Maltby KE4 TC 5w/Xcaliber SL FW r flex, Maltby KE4 ST-H 3h/Xcaliber HY r flex, Maltby KE4 ST-H 4h/Xcaliber HY r flex, Maltby KE4 Tour TC 5h/Xcaliber Rapid Taper r flex, Maltby KE4 Tour+ 6-G/Xcaliber Rapid Taper r flex, Maltby Tricept 54° and 58°/Xcaliber Rapid Taper r flex, Mizuno Bettinardi C06

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My eye2s went back into the bag yesterday... Shot 78 for 72 nett. I can't hit modern clubs anymore and I've struggled all season with g15. Not sure why but after months I've switched back to the eye2s.... Felt like going back to an old friend!

 

They are definitely not "light" irons, and after 30 years i've found they aren't all that forgiving....but....the hit balls that track like darts to a target...and the "old" lofts are not a detriment.

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Reshafted with kbs tours and cushins. Great combo imo.

 

No kidding...I must have posted at least 10 times how pleased I am with some Eye2+ with KBS Tour S pulls.

Pulls are around +0.5” and came out absolutely perfect.

Traditional lofts but modern distances still LOL

All LH :

Driver : TM SLDR430 10.5° Fujikura Speeder 65
3-Wood : Callaway FT 15° Neutral Fujikura FitOn 160
3-Hybrid : Adams XTD Dry Proto 21° Aldila RIP Tour HYB80
4-Hybrid : Adams XTD DHy Proto 24° Aldila RIP Tour HYB80
5-PW : Adams XTD Forged Aldila RIP Tour SLT115
Wedges : Titleist Vokey SM4 52° & 258.08 58° TT Dynamic Gold
Putter : Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball Blade

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Reshafted with kbs tours and cushins. Great combo imo.

 

No kidding...I must have posted at least 10 times how pleased I am with some Eye2+ with KBS Tour S pulls.

Pulls are around +0.5” and came out absolutely perfect.

Traditional lofts but modern distances still LOL

 

I also played KBS Tours in my Eye 2s and loved the combo. They felt tremendous - much to my surprise. I could easily still be gaming them.

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Reshafted with kbs tours and cushins. Great combo imo.

 

No kidding...I must have posted at least 10 times how pleased I am with some Eye2+ with KBS Tour S pulls.

Pulls are around +0.5" and came out absolutely perfect.

Traditional lofts but modern distances still LOL

Did the KBS Tours add distance over the ZZ lite shafts? I have heard of KBS shafts but have never hit them, how are they different from the ZZ lites?

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Reshafted with kbs tours and cushins. Great combo imo.

 

No kidding...I must have posted at least 10 times how pleased I am with some Eye2+ with KBS Tour S pulls.

Pulls are around +0.5" and came out absolutely perfect.

Traditional lofts but modern distances still LOL

Did the KBS Tours add distance over the ZZ lite shafts? I have heard of KBS shafts but have never hit them, how are they different from the ZZ lites?

 

 

It will probably depend on your personal launch and spin tendencies. KBS Tours didn't work so well for me for spin reasons. Others may find them quite lovely.

 

When I played Eye2+, my reason for switching to them was spin, I found they spun the ball quite a bit less than the Mizunos I'd been playing at the time. For someone with a more normal spin profile, when combined with the Eye2/Eye2+, I could see them working well.

 

Swingweight would be one thing to keep an eye on, though. KBS Tours are not counterbalanced, but they do swingweight 2-3 pts lighter than something like DG, due to a higher balance point.

The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver: TM Original One 11.5* set to 10*, Aldila RIP Alpha 80 X
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour 2h, NV105 S

Irons grab bag:  2-PW Mizuno MP37, Recoil Proto 125 F4 (reshaft pending); 1-PW Golden Ram TW282 or Vibration Matched Golden Rams, RIP Tour 115 R (coin flipping for the reshaft project); 1i & 3-PW Golden Ram TW276, NV105 S
Wedge grab bag:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400; Scratch 8620 DD 53*, SteelFiber i125 S; Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS; Ram Troon Grind 58*, Dynamic S; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or TaylorMade TP5

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Reshafted with kbs tours and cushins. Great combo imo.

 

No kidding...I must have posted at least 10 times how pleased I am with some Eye2+ with KBS Tour S pulls.

Pulls are around +0.5" and came out absolutely perfect.

Traditional lofts but modern distances still LOL

Did the KBS Tours add distance over the ZZ lite shafts? I have heard of KBS shafts but have never hit them, how are they different from the ZZ lites?

 

 

It will probably depend on your personal launch and spin tendencies. KBS Tours didn't work so well for me for spin reasons. Others may find them quite lovely.

 

When I played Eye2+, my reason for switching to them was spin, I found they spun the ball quite a bit less than the Mizunos I'd been playing at the time. For someone with a more normal spin profile, when combined with the Eye2/Eye2+, I could see them working well.

 

Swingweight would be one thing to keep an eye on, though. KBS Tours are not counterbalanced, but they do swingweight 2-3 pts lighter than something like DG, due to a higher balance point.

 

I am buying into your observation Eye2s being low spin (which I never though of with the design).

 

The swingweight wasn't as anticipated to be an issue for me. The only thing is the KBS pulls I got were probably in a regular hosel with ferrule, for sure not a short one. The bottom of shaft to ground distance is shorter when in the Eye2+ for me, The '+0.5" turned out to be about '+0.25". Swingweight turned out to be bang on at D1.5 which I prefer.

Shots are mostly medium-high trajectory not too high in spin.

All LH :

Driver : TM SLDR430 10.5° Fujikura Speeder 65
3-Wood : Callaway FT 15° Neutral Fujikura FitOn 160
3-Hybrid : Adams XTD Dry Proto 21° Aldila RIP Tour HYB80
4-Hybrid : Adams XTD DHy Proto 24° Aldila RIP Tour HYB80
5-PW : Adams XTD Forged Aldila RIP Tour SLT115
Wedges : Titleist Vokey SM4 52° & 258.08 58° TT Dynamic Gold
Putter : Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball Blade

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Now I want a set. Again.

"I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member."
- Groucho Marx

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TaylorMade Burner Driver 10.5*

TaylorMade Burner 3-wood and 5-wood REAX reg graphite
Mizuno MX-23 irons, 4-P, Dynalite Gold regular steel

Mizuno MP Series forged wedges 52, 56, 60
Putter:  Odyssey White Hot Rossie 36" --  Ball: Snell MTB Black

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A very kind WRX'er reached out to me and I am now the proud owner of an Eye 2 BeCu Lw! This completes my Dad's set (2i - Pw to start), now in full regalia as 1i - Lw. Of course, the serials don't match, but I'm no collector, I'm just a normal club junkie, so in my eyes (get it?!?!), they are perfect.

 

And so, it is with both great delight and a touch of anguish that I pronounce my Dad's Eye 2 set to be my "End all, be all" set. The remaining clubs in the garage, some amazing, some worthless, will be given away, sold, and sadly, thrown away. As much as I love to putz around with them all, the money can be used for new ventures, the time can be better spent with my family, the clubs can be better used by friends and fellow golfers, and the space in the garage can be better used by my wife!!!

 

But, some clubs will stay with me forever:

 

My Grandfather's Palmer "The Standard" 4 wood

My first "real" golf club, a Cleveland "Tom Austin" :haha: 485, 56° wedge

My previous gamer and now #1 backup putter, an OG Odyssey White Hot #1 that I have "frankensteined" until it just flat-out works

 

And.................

 

My Dad's PING Eye 2s, 1-LW, soon to be re-shafted with my old lovelies, Nippon SPBs.

 

And, of course, there will be a driver thrown in the bag (a PING stand bag, of course), just so that the set is fully functional, but, truth be told, it *almost works perfectly with just the 1i as the tee shot club (except from the way backs...).

 

Actually, the more and more I think about it, the more I realize that I don't want this bag in the garage at all. It deserves a kinder, more appropriate place to rest until they are needed. I'm not entirely sure where that is at this exact moment, but these clubs are more than just hunks of metal on a stick, at least to me, and they deserve to be honored as such.

 

These are my Forever Clubs.

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Epic MAX LS 8° w/AD BB

Razr Fit 12° w/VS Voodoo 
Epic Flash 16° w/Rogue M•AX
X Forged UT 18° & 22° w/PX
Apex Pro '19 5-A w/PX
X Forged Jaws 53, 59, 64 w/PX
White Hot #5 Center Shafted
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Well, I’ve been trying desperately to kick my eye 2 irons out of the bag. Old forged blades, modern forged CB, hollow bodied rocket launchers, etc. NOTHING can do it. They are safe for now. Probably only the i210 could replace them. I have ZZ Lites in them and increased the swing weight to D5. 4-LW and a G700 5 iron which distance wise is the equal to my 3 iron but a higher trajectory. These eye 2 irons truly are timeless. What a testament to Karsten Solheim. Trajectory, spin, launch angle, descent angle, etc. They just check all the boxes.

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> @Buzzkill said:

> I'm in as soon as they release a modern version!

 

I would jump back in a heartbeat if they released a new version of the irons. I got my Eye 2's brand new in the early 90's, my first real set, and I finally had to retire them a few years back cause of the grooves.

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What I noticed is that I’m not all that fond of them at stock swing weight (C9), but at D5 they are absolutely amazing. As good as anything. Over the last few years I’m amazed at how many times I’ve hit decent shots with them. They are just still totally relevant. I actually don’t mind the offset b/c I’m used to it. Maybe I’ll get some i210’s this fall but for now these are safe.

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> What I noticed is that I’m not all that fond of them at stock swing weight (C9), but at D5 they are absolutely amazing. As good as anything. Over the last few years I’m amazed at how many times I’ve hit decent shots with them. They are just still totally relevant. I actually don’t mind the offset b/c I’m used to it. Maybe I’ll get some i210’s this fall but for now these are safe.

 

 

I may be repeating myself from earlier in the thread, but when have I let that stop me? LOL

 

I found the same thing about the swingweight. Lighter clubs have never been great for me and the stock weight of the Pings just didn't get it done. Added lead tape and they began working better for me.

The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver: TM Original One 11.5* set to 10*, Aldila RIP Alpha 80 X
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour 2h, NV105 S

Irons grab bag:  2-PW Mizuno MP37, Recoil Proto 125 F4 (reshaft pending); 1-PW Golden Ram TW282 or Vibration Matched Golden Rams, RIP Tour 115 R (coin flipping for the reshaft project); 1i & 3-PW Golden Ram TW276, NV105 S
Wedge grab bag:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400; Scratch 8620 DD 53*, SteelFiber i125 S; Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS; Ram Troon Grind 58*, Dynamic S; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or TaylorMade TP5

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I didn't believe all the love for Eye 2s until I got a set - I thought it was just a retro nostalgia thing. I have the Eye 2 set, not the 2+. With stock shafts they feel great - quite soft and a very positive feel off the face. As a senior I play light shafts and I'm going to reshaft the set (5-SW) with Nippon 950GH reg. shafts. I'll also make the shafts more flexible - put a 4 shaft in the 6 iron and so forth. I'll add 10g lead to the tip and maybe also some tungsten powder if needed to bring the swing weight to D0 and above. I've been playing Speedblades, but I can see myself switching. I really like the wedges. Plus the 9 iron at 45° is actually a PW by modern lofts. I'm looking forward to reshafting and playing these.

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> @pmcuk said:

> I didn't believe all the love for Eye 2s until I got a set - I thought it was just a retro nostalgia thing. I have the Eye 2 set, not the 2+. With stock shafts they feel great - quite soft and a very positive feel off the face. As a senior I play light shafts and I'm going to reshaft the set (5-SW) with Nippon 950GH reg. shafts. I'll also make the shafts more flexible - put a 4 shaft in the 6 iron and so forth. I'll add 10g lead to the tip and maybe also some tungsten powder if needed to bring the swing weight to D0 and above. I've been playing Speedblades, but I can see myself switching. I really like the wedges. Plus the 9 iron at 45° is actually a PW by modern lofts. I'm looking forward to reshafting and playing these.

 

 

I was the same way, buying Eye2+ about 8 years ago. They surprised me, they're by far the best CB's I've played. I've had a love affair with ISI, after getting a set, was surprised (and disappointed) that they couldn't reach the level of the Eye2+.

 

For loft reasons, I may pick up a set of Eye2, prefer the idea of a 50*ish PW. A set of original v-groove Eye2 would be extra sweet.

 

 

The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver: TM Original One 11.5* set to 10*, Aldila RIP Alpha 80 X
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour 2h, NV105 S

Irons grab bag:  2-PW Mizuno MP37, Recoil Proto 125 F4 (reshaft pending); 1-PW Golden Ram TW282 or Vibration Matched Golden Rams, RIP Tour 115 R (coin flipping for the reshaft project); 1i & 3-PW Golden Ram TW276, NV105 S
Wedge grab bag:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400; Scratch 8620 DD 53*, SteelFiber i125 S; Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS; Ram Troon Grind 58*, Dynamic S; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or TaylorMade TP5

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For those of you that are worried about their ego of hitting a 7 instead and your buddy hitting an 8. Two words, fvck em. We are playing a game called golf, lowest score wins period. Doesn't matter what you use or how you use it.

I used to have a set of modern irons that the pw went almost 150 yards. It made the game more difficult for me. I had created a bigger gap, but not in the area I wanted with the scoring clubs. The modern irons felt like they had a hot spot also. One shot would go 165, the next would go 180.

The ping eye 2s never did this. Distance was extremely consistent. Whether it went left or right was on me. I still ho. But only drivers and putters. My 2-LW becus are with me til the end. Embrace your old school and enjoy the game the way you want to.

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Heck, I had a refinished set of v-groove EYE2s for sale a couple of weeks ago on here and didn't get a bite. They were blue dot with ZZ-Lite shafts and brand new factory-installed 5L grips...

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Fairway Wood Callaway Steelhead XR // GBB Hawk Eye (18*)

Irons PING G400 (5-7)/i200 (8-UW) // ISI-S (4-SW)

Wedges PING Glide 2.0 Stealth ES (56*/60*) // Eye2 XG (60*)

Putter PING Karsten 1959 Anser X // Anser X (35")

Bag Datrek DG Lite II // Superlite

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Sending my BeCus to Ping this week to get reshafted. Mine were born on 6/4/1986 with MicroTapers; a couple of them are bent hence the need for the shafts. Can't wait to get them back out on the course, its been at least 15 years since I have played with them!

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