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'Pingpong Paddles And Ball' Wall Decal � 16?W x 24?H Removable Graphic

August 10, 2011

‘Pingpong Paddles And Ball’ Wall Decal – 16″W x 24″H Removable Graphic

  • ALL orders CUSTOM printed. When you place an order, the image is made in the USA, just for you!
  • Printed on WHITE, premium, self-adhesive, re-positionable fabric paper.
  • No nails, frames or glue. No professional installation required.
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WallMonkeys wall graphics are printed on the highest quality re-positionable, self-adhesive fabric paper. Each order is printed in-house and on-demand. WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our white fabric material is superior to vinyl decals. You can literally see and feel the difference. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won’t damage your paint or leave any mess. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD

Price: $ 43.99

The Story of the Ping G10 Range

The tale of Ping's G10 golf clubs goes back a long way. First there was the Ping G2 then the award winning Ping G5, launched in 1995. Golf equipment featuring irons with striking blue graphics, a brushed finish, oversized deep cavity backs which helped distribute weight better around the head. This made them ideal for an established golfer looking for ultimate forgiveness, a 20+ handicapper looking for game improvement club or a beginner. A combination of their pedigree and the Ping G10 performance soon made them a market favourite.

Time and tide stand still for no one and the same goes for product developments and so in September 2007 Ping launched its first G10 range. This built on the success of it's predecessor the Ping G5 and once again featured a complete range including both woods and irons. Then in January 2009 Ping launched its current range thus maintaining its technological prowess. These earned Ping Gold Awards in Golf Digests “Hot List” for the second year running. The range earned high ratings: 4.5 out of 5 for Performance and Look/Sound/Feel and the top score of 5 for the Demand category.

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As can be expected for Ping this is well engineered golf equipment, a feature constantly strived for by Karsten, Ping's founder. Consistent distance and accuracy of these clubs is provided by their increased low toe weight and the large cavity back which produce a high MOI � moment of inertia. The performance is further improved by the wide sole that helps to get the CG – centre of gravity – low and well behind the face, yielding those all important lower spin rates and higher launch angles. The wider sole also gives it more forgiving ground impact.

Two other features add to Ping's G10 iron performance. First, the offset which creates confidence at the address. These have been engineered to give consistency and forgiveness in the long irons and improved control in the short irons. Second, the tuning port in the cavity back that stabilises the face and its elastomer insert and help produce both a solid pleasing feel and sound from the club face.

Player comments on this golf equipoment in the Golf Digest Hot list – where the Ping G10 irons got a Gold and the top ratings, were: “It gets the ball up and keeps it there. There’s just no doubt the ball flies higher with these. . . . The orange graphite shaft is a bit garish, but good hits go straight and mis-hits stay in play. . . . It’s a little clunky at address.”

Ping G10 drivers

Developing an already successful product is always difficult but Ping have “engineered a lot of little improvements into the G10 driver that add up to significant performance gains” John� K Solheim Vice president of Engineering. The large 460cc Titanium heads now features a taller club face which increases the hitting area and with its more aggressive angle helps to transmit more energy to the ball. The club features a higher MOI � moment of inertia giving the benefits of greater forgiveness and consistency. In addition the thin crown enable more weight to be positioned lower and further back thus optimising the CG � centre of gravity, to give the benefit of a higher easier launch and reduced spin rate

Ping G10 fairway woods
Its not very surprising when Ping gets Gold awards for its G10 irons and G10 drivers that its fairway woods will follow too � as they have! They feature both a lower profile and a longer face. These combine to give the benefits of a higher ball velocity with less spin giving greater consistency and forgiveness. Additionally weight saved from the crown, face and hosel enable more weight to be positioned back and closer to the heel. This and the clubs low lead edge helps to get the club under the ball and create a draw option.

Article from articlesbase.com

ping-pong ball…. What tha…
ping balls

Image by davidfntau
On a recent trip to the tip shop I discovered a suitcase full of bits and piece from somebody’s holiday to Thailand. It must have been lost in transit and never claimed. Anyway it was full of the usual brochures, some old shorts, peaked cap and a bunch of ping-pong balls with the words ‘For External Use Only’ printed on them…. ? Oh and an image of dancing ladies…
It’s funny because I always thought ping-pong (Table tennis) was played indoors! But I’ve heard in some countries there’s a big difference between ping-pong and Table tennis.

Question by Argyle_676: How many ping-pong balls do I need to fill 11 cubic metres.?
I would like to play an office prank and I would like to find precisely how many ping-pong balls would be necessary to fill a space (2.7 m x 2.7 m x 1.5 m = ~11 cubic metres)

Best answer:

Answer by harry m
2.7 m / diameter ping-pong ball = x
2.7 m / diameter ping-pong ball = x
1.5 m / diameter ping-pong ball = y

no. of ping-pong balls= x*x*y

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

http://ping.fm/SIOcC&rel=0

Science Guy Steve Spangler wanted to try out a new trick when he visited Ellen — and this time it included 4000 ping-pong balls!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

http://chilp.it/29fbd4

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