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They take you thru the steps of how each club is built along with their bags. At the end you enter the Vault where every player that has Ping clubs have won Championships, oh And those putter heads are Solid Gold. A must visit.
Karsten Manufacturing is an amazing Company with a great story. The opportunity to tour this facility will renew your faith in American innovation and ingenuity. Most of the employees have been with the Company for more than 10 years and several for more than 30....More
We received a warm welcome upon arrival. Our tour guide was excellent. He made the tour even more interesting by adding little bits of trivia about Karsten and the Solheim family. It was especially interesting to learn that the workers change jobs every 2 hrs....More
This was our second time to take the tour and even better than the first! Groups are small. Guides are personable and knowledgeable. Great story of an idea that became much more. Employees LOVE their company and it shows. Unlike some factory tours you are...More
When in Rome right. I purchased a G driver earlier this year and figured a Ping G400 iron-fitting maybe the next step while in Scottsdale. The fittings are now held at the Kierland golf resort not at the Ping facility. Booked a 9 AM fitting...More
Here you need to call ahead and make reservations. We made reservations several days in advance. We checked in at the office across from the factory. Here our guide showed us a movie of the history of Ping and showed us the different clubs. He...More
My husband won the Tour of the Ping factory in Phoenix. He won the raffle held at Las Colinas in Queen Creek, AZ. He was also fitted for a free set of Ping irons. My husband and I were given a complete tour of the...More
They only do tours once a week, and you have to book a couple of months in advance, but it is well worth the trouble.
From the rectangular blocks of metal all the way to the finished clubs, this factory is huge and as the...More