Ping Vault Putters Revealed

The Ping Vault putters include two blades and two mallets

Ping Vault putters
The new Ping Vault putters feature milled faces

The Ping Vault putters include two blades and two mallets, all of which feature a new take on Ping’s TR face

The Ping Vault putters include two blades and two mallets, all of which feature a new take on Ping’s TR face.

Previously with the Ping Cadence TR putters and the Ping Scottsdale TR putters, this pattern was part of an insert, with different depth grooves between the edges and middle to help speed up off-centre strikes.

For the Ping Vault putters however, Ping has milled this pattern onto the face, which means heel and toe putts are not only more likely to reach the distance of central strikes, but all putts will now feel much softer off the face.

Ping Vault putters review

The new range is made up of two blades - the Voss and Anser 2 - and two mallets - the Oslo and Bergen.

Ping Valut Voss

The new Ping Valut Voss is a wide blade that adds stability

Both the Voss (above) and the Anser 2 (below) are blades that weigh in at 350g to add stability. The Voss a wide blade with a simple black alignment line, while the Anser 2 adopts the classic Anser look and feel that Ping fans will recognise.

Ping Vault Anser 2

The new Ping Vault Anser 2

The Ping Vault Oslo (below) is a smaller mallet with geometric features to frame the ball at address, including a low level sightline.

Ping Vault Oslo

The Ping Vault Oslo is a compact mallet

In comparison, the Bergen (below) is larger and has a sightline that extends across the crown from front to back, with milled lines on the crown further aiding alignment.

Ping Vault Bergen

The new Ping Vault Bergen

Ping Vault Putters - Specs and Prices

All four Ping Vault putters feature a thicker 68g Ping Pistol grip to help you relax your grip pressure. It is also soft and tacky to ensure a comfortable feel, with a UV coating to fight against fading.

The four putters are available in a Platinum or Slate finishes, and will cost £275 for a fixed length model, or £299 for an adjustable length model.

Jake O'Reilly specilaises in equipment coverage, and joined the Golf Monthly team in 2013. Before this he graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a Sports Journalism and Media degree, and worked at a number of British golf magazines. Follow Jake on Twitter @jake0reilly