You may be referring to the Ping colour code system which is used during custom fitting, on Ping Golf clubs. The colour of the dot refers to the best fit combination of lie, loft and shaft length which will help you get the best from your clubs. Black is standard.
Ping irons can be custom fit to different Color Codes (lie angles_ to fit golfers of varying size, swing tendencies and ball flight preferences. There are 12 different Color Codes ranging from Maroon (extremely upright), to Gold (extremely flat). Establishing the most effective Color Code is very important as it can impact direction. Clubs that are too upright may cause a golfer to draw or pull the ball. Clubs that are too flat may cause the golfer to fade or push the ball. Get Fitted Now.
It's the Ping colour code system. The dot on the head shows lie angle.
It is the Ping colour code system for custom fitting.
This is the Ping colour code system which is used to custom fit clubs. The dot refers to the adjustment in lie angle, blue is 3/4 of a degree upright.
The two white lines on the bottom of the face of the golf club are used for marking purposes.
Heres an easy acronym. The lines, from bottom to top, are EGBDF, or Every Good Boy Does Fine. the spaces, from bottom to top, are FACE, and it spells, yes, you guessed, it, face.
You can remember FACE for the spaces from bottom to top, and Every Good Boy Does Fine for the lines from bottom to top.
The lines of the treble clef, from bottom to top: EGBDF. The spaces from bottom to top are FACE.(FACE is an actual word, so it's easy to remember; the mnemonic for the lines is Every Good Boy Does Fine.)The lines of the bass clef, from bottom to top, are GBDFA. The spaces (bottom to top) are ACEG.(The mnemonic for the lines is Good Boys Do Fine Always; I'm not aware of a mnemonic for the spaces, but it's pretty easy to figure out.)
click the smile face in the bottom left corner and choose wave
it represents your ugly face
Press the smiley face on the bottom, find the friend you want and click on him/her, and then click the smiley with a cross on it on the bottom of their picture.
Lines in My Face was created in 2003.
the leading edge (bottom) of a regular club is flush with the position of the shaft. An offset club's edge is set a bit back, giving you more time to square the club at impact. Helps the slice.
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The face of the club.
i believe the answer you're looking for is a staff
The lines and spaces from top to bottom in order are: EFGABCDEF