A lot of golfers tend to think of the 7-wood as a club that women or senior golfers would to play. Many of us might not even know anyone with a 7-wood in his bag.
There is, however, one guy who wields a 7-wood that you might be familiar with – Bubba Watson, who put a 7-wood in his bag for the Travelers Championship, which he won in a playoff on Sunday. Watson felt a Ping G30 7-wood would be more suitable for TPC River Highlands than the Ping S55 3-iron he usually carries.
Like Watson's famous pink G30 driver, the 7-wood features turbulators – four ridges on the crown that help air flow over the club more efficiently, making it easier to swing and generating more ballspeed and distance. The tall face is made of thin but strong Carpenter 475 steel to maximize spring, and the adjustable hosel allows golfers to dial in their preferred swing characteristics.
Ping rolled out its G30 7-wood with the rest of its G30 line of drivers and fairway clubs earlier this year with a retaril price of $275 per club. It currently has an estimated trade-in value of $91.64 and an estimated resale value of $166.62, according to the PGA.com Value Guide and Trade-in Network
Are you looking to buy this 7-wood? Do you have one and want to sell it? 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.
About the PGA.com Value Guide
The PGA.com Value Guide was created to fill a need in the used golf club market for credible, powerful value standards – and to make the buying, selling and trading of used golf clubs more efficient and fair for both retailers and consumers. With the PGA.com Value Guide, the trading, buying and selling of used golf clubs is easier and more used golf clubs are available at fair market prices, making the game more affordable to more people.