PING introduces 2021 Putter models

PING introduces 2021 Putter models

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PING 2021 Putters

PING has produced industry-leading putters for more than 50 years. And, in their effort to continue to improve results for golfers on the greens, the American company based in Arizona proudly has launched its 2021 Putter range.

The stunning PING 2021 Putter range includes 11 eye-catching models. From blades to mid-mallets and mallets, each style shares the hallmark of PING consistency, predictability and performance.

PING developed the impressive line-up to ensure a flatstick would best suit every golfer’s eye and stroke type. The 11-model series includes blades and mallet putters for straight, slight arc and strong-arc stroke types. Tour validation is assured. PING professionals and PGA Tour rising stars Viktor Hovland and Cameron Champ inspired the DS72 and Tyne 4 models respectively.

PING engineers used aerospace-grade materials to achieve greater forgiveness in each model. Tungsten, steel and aluminum is crafted in a variety of shapes and sizes throughout the 2021 Putters to deliver greater accuracy so golfers can hole more putts.

Every PING 2021 Putter model includes an innovative dual-durometer PEBAX insert composition and uniform, shallow grooves. The softer front layer of the insert offers golfers the precise touch to sink shorter putts. The firmer back layer provides distance control and the solid feedback required to roll the ball to the cup from longer range.

PING cleverly combine the technologies of the two hardnesses to deliver more consistency on the greens.

In addition to featuring technologies to improve putting results, PING 2021 Putter range is attractive from head to grip. Each striking model contains a dark PVD finish on the head and sleek black chrome shaft. Three proprietary PING grip designs finish off the remarkable line-up.

PING 2021 Putter Model Descriptions

ANSER
Anser is PING’S signature model. The timeless piece is a blade putter that makes squaring the face to the target line easier for golfers with a slight-arc stroke type. The 350g Anser uses tungsten in the heel-toe for added forgiveness. It’s shaped with rounded corners. And, contains a center line to make alignment easy.


Putter Type: Blade
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 350g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc

ANSER 2
Anser 2 shares the many of the properties and benefits of the Anser, but differs from the Anser with a marginally longer and narrower profile. It contains sharper corners.


Putter Type: Blade
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 350g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc

ANSER 4
The classic looking Anser 4 is suited for golfers who will benefit from a strong-arc model. This is the longest and narrowest profile of the three-Anser series.


Putter Type:
Blade
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 350g
Stroke Type: Strong Arc

KUSHIN 4
Kushin 4 is another model in the range to best help golfers with a strong-arc to make a confident and consistent putting stroke. The mid-mallet putter type offers greater forgiveness by including a steel weight in the heel and tungsten in the toe.


Putter Type:
Mid Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 360g
Stroke Type: Strong Arc

CA 70
The aluminum body CA 70 has the flexibility to suit either a straight or slight-arc stroke type. It offers a full-width alignment line across its mid mallet shape. The 360g model adds a stainless steel sole plate to position center of gravity low-back to ensure a better roll.


Putter Type:
Mid Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 360g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc, Straight

DS 72
DS 72 is a mid-mallet putter type that contains a steel weight in the heel and tungsten in the toe. This combination promotes stability in the putter head with more forgiveness. It has an Anser-style hosel to promote a slight rotation and best suit golfers with a slight-arc stroke. DS 72 is complete with clean lines and visual cues to make alignment easy.


Putter Type:
Mid Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 360g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc

TYNE 4
The distinctive-looking Tyne 4 is a mallet style putter with a flow neck hosel for golfers with a strong-arc putting stroke. A steel weight is positioned in the heel and tungsten is placed in the toe. The Tyne 4 is highly forgiving and an accurate model.


Putter Type:
Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 365g
Stroke Type: Strong Arc

TYNE C
Tyne C is a mallet style putter with a center shaft providing a symmetrical view at address. Heel-toe tungsten weighting offers stability in the head. The balanced looking model is suited to golfers with a straight putting stroke.


Putter Type:
Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 365g
Stroke Type: Straight

FETCH
Fetch is another mallet-style putter best suited to golfers with a straight stroke type. Fetch features a stainless steel body and an aluminum sole plate to increase the perimeter weighting giving this model more forgiveness.


Putter Type:
Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 365g
Stroke Type: Straight

OSLO H
Like Fetch, Oslo H gains forgiveness from a stainless steel body and an aluminum sole plate that increase the perimeter weighting advantage. The mallet-style putter presents a long, clean alignment line for easier aim. And, its Anser-style hosel fits golfers with a slight-arc putting stroke.


Putter Type:
Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 365g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc

HARWOOD
The dramatic-looking Harwood model features three alignment lines and fits golfers with either a slight-arc or straight putting stroke. An aluminum body and tungsten weighting at each corner allows Harwood to deliver stability and forgiveness. Harwood also comes in a [Armlock] version with a 21-inch grip that allows for multiple hand-placement options.


Putter Type:
Mallet
Standard Length: 35"
Head Weight: 385g
Stroke Type: Slight Arc, Straight

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