How much is David Lingmerth's sand wedge worth?

David Lingmerth's wedges
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David Lingmerth's wedge game, both in and out of the sand, was a key factor in his victory at the Memorial.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Product Spotlight

Published: Monday, June 08, 2015 | 1:52 p.m.
 
David Lingmerth ranked 61st in Driving Distance at the Memorial, averaging a whopping 47 yards per drive less than distance leader Dustin Johnson. He pulled off the victory by staying out of trouble as much as possible, and then effectively getting out of trouble when he couldn't avoid it.
 
Lingmerth wound up third in Stroke Gained: Putting, and tied for ninth in Scrambling. But the stat that stands out the most is this – the field saved par from the sand at Muirfield Village about half the time, but Lingmerth did so 86 percent of the time with an average proximity to the hole of 5 feet, 6 inches. So, with a tip of the cap to his Ping Cadence TR Ketsch putter, the most valuable club in Lingmerth's bag last week was hs Ping Glide sand wedge.
 
 
Ping engineered the Glide wedges from the hands down (from grip to sole) to increase spin and consistency. The Dyla-wedge grip is longer, for gripping down for trajectory control), while its stainless steel head offers three sole options (thin, standard and wide), along with added bounce and Gorge grooves for consistency and versatility. Lingmerth uses the standard sole versions.
 
 
The Glide wedges made their debut at retail earlier this year with a suggested retail price of $150 per club. They currently have an estimated trade-in value of $39.40 and an estimated resale value of $78.80, according to the PGA.com Value Guide and Trade-in Network.
 
Are you looking to buy these wedges? Do you have some and want to sell them? Either way, it's easy – you can find out all you need to know by clicking the links above. On the Value Guide, you can look up the trade-in value on virtually any golf club made in the past 10 years. And because it is the national standard for golf club values, you'll know you're getting the fair market value. 
 
 
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