PING Putters - A Premium Model For Every Golfer

PING Putters - A Premium Model For Every Golfer

PING Putters - A Premium Model For Every Golfer

PING launches six new Putter models, blending cutting-edge face technologies with their renowned designs for optimal feel and forgiveness. These additions expand the line to 16 models. Customisable for stroke type, length, lie, loft, and grip, the new Anser 2, Anser D, B60, Tyne H, Fetch, and Ketsch G offer golfers a diverse selection to match their style and preferences.

The new PING putter suite features high-MOI blades, mid-mallets, and mallets with unique face technology, alignment aids, and finishes. Traditional options like the Anser 2 and Anser D, both associated with major victories, alongside the classic B60 with a precision-milled face, cater to those seeking timeless designs. The Tyne H and Fetch, with its convenient ball-pickup feature, represent the mallet category, joined by the forgiving Ketsch G, engineered for easy alignment and maximum forgiveness. 

PING’s engineers used feedback from the brand’s tour staff to craft each putter for optimal feel across all putter lengths. Among the six new models, four (Anser 2, Anser D, B60, Tyne H) boast shallowed milled faces for a firm feel, while two (Fetch, Ketsch G) feature PEBAX inserts for a softer touch.

The confidence-inspiring range feature a range of alignment solutions to suit all golfers. For those who favour a darker look with white sight lines, the Ketsch G and Tyne H are the perfect choice. Meanwhile, the Anser 2, Anser D, B60, and Fetch showcase a striking raw blast finish with contrasting black alignment lines.

Here’s a brief description of each putter in the new line up.

Anser 2:
Featuring heel-toe weighting for stability, this model boasts a slightly longer, narrower profile compared to the timeless Anser. With a shallow milled face for firm response and consistent roll, it offers alignment cues with its ball-width cavity and sharp ballasts. The new glare-diffusing raw blast finish enhances its visual appeal.

Anser D:
Developed with input from tour pros, this model combines the Anser blade with a mallet design for added forgiveness. Its deeper profile aids stroke stabilisation, while the shallow milled face ensures consistent roll and firm response. The glare-diffusing raw blast finish adds to its attractive aesthetics.

B60:
A favorite among PING enthusiasts, the B60 returns with a shallow milled face for consistent roll and firm response. Its balanced, forgiving design features a thin top rail, rounded ballasts, and center alignment line. The new glare-diffusing raw blast finish enhances its visual appeal.

Tyne H:
Pairing a twin-fork design with an Anser hosel, this model offers multiple alignment cues for improved accuracy. The shallow milled face ensures firm response and consistent roll, while perimeter weighting and optimised centre of gravity provide balance and stability. A ball-width cavity and contrasting white alignment line aid confident aiming.

Fetch:
With a dual-density PEBAX face insert, this model offers a soft feel on short putts and stability on long ones. Its compact profile and sole cutout make retrieving made putts easy while increasing forgiveness. Ball-width alignment lines and the glare-diffusing raw blast finish aid in aiming.

Ketsch G:
Combining an aluminum body with a stainless steel sole plate, this model offers extreme forgiveness and stability. The dual-density PEBAX face insert provides a soft feel on short putts and stability on long ones. The ball pickup feature enhances convenience and increases MOI. Contrasting sight lines simplify alignment for precision putting.

Available in-store and online early May!

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