May 16, 2022

Ping’s new 2021 putters characteristic ground breaking deal with inserts

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Browse all about Ping’s most recent putters underneath.

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Ping’s new 2021 putters might search cleanse and stealthy from handle, but they are packed with know-how in their faces to aid golfers roll the ball better.

Most noticeably, the twin-durometer experience inserts use shallow grooves to generate regular speeds throughout the facial area.

Also, the facial area inserts use a exclusive fat-saving Pebax elastomer that delivers a gentle experience and bigger responses for the player. The saved pounds permitted Ping to make other areas of the putter head heavier in buy to boost forgiveness on mishits. For instance, high-density tungsten weights have been placed in the heel and toe sections to improve MOI (moment of inertia, a measure of forgiveness).

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The 2021 lineup is made up of 11 eye-catching models, ranging from basic blades to oversize present day mallets, so golfers can find their ideal match.

Ping’s new loved ones ($270) includes an Anser, Anser 2, Anser 4, Kushin 4, CA 70, DS 72, Tyne 4, Fetch, Oslo H, Tyne C and Harwood ($380).

Each of the heads arrive in a black chrome finish with white toplines and stock with Ping’s PP58 Mid, PP60 or PP58-S putter grips.

1. PING TYNE 4

Golfers with a strong arc will take pleasure in the pronounced toe dangle.

Ping’s new Tyne 4 putter.

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2. PING DS 72

The average toe cling helps make it great for golfers with a slight arc stroke.

Ping’s new DS 72 putter.

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3. PING HARWOOD

The multi-material mallet construction improves MOI for extra forgiveness.

Ping’s new Harwood putter.

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