The NEW Ping Putter family is here, ready to more forgiveness, a wide variety and increased MOI with multi-material construction.
The new range will offer 10 styles, with some upgraded favourites as well as new designs. Each putter is high in MOI due to the increased tungsten weighting. 304 stainless steel and lightweight aluminium have been used along with 4 milled face options, equating in a feel and ball-roll characteristics to suit every golfer.
A contrast colour blocking theme will help golfers find a putter that produces the desired look, which we will take a look at.
This year, PING are offering 10 models. All boasting a different look and feel. As always, there is a split between toe hang to face balanced and PING will always stress that when looking at their putters it is important you focus on the areas of your putting that need help to find the right putter for you. Below is a list of the putters in the range:
As well as having a selection of putters to choose from, the putters also vary in the colour scheme. Some are block black, whilst others have a solve face frame. This will be another feature that will helps golfers make a choice as some will enjoy looking at a perceived smaller head, in which case, black will create this effect, which was very popular with the PLD series.
Equally, you may prefer a bigger look, promoting more confidence over the ball, in which case silver will help! Performance benefits aside, they both look great!
4 milled faces have been introduced this season, offering a different feel for each putter.
The choice will rely on your preference of feel as well as the green speeds you are used too, for example the Tomcat 4 with a smooth milled face will benefit the golfer with more of a straight back, straight through stroke and tends to struggle with judging speed on slower greens, this will offer more stability in the head with increased speeds, meaning you leave the ball short, less!
Along with the three head types, there are 4 alignment aids across the 10 models, including, Clean Top Rail which is clear on the Anser. The Golf Ball Feature, To The Hole and Long, completes the variety of sight lines.
Finally the putter can be completed with one of three grip types, dependant on the size and feel you prefer!
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