PING has unveiled its new range of Scottsdale putters, featuring 14 models and six new designs, and they will be available to buy from the beginning of September.
Golfers of all abilities will be able to find a putter that will suit their game with traditional designs like the Anser 2 and B60 putters.
In addition, the new designs include high moment of inertia (MOI) designs like the Wolverine, Y-Worry and Hohum putters.
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PING has improved its alignment aid system in the new range. PING engineers have improved the sightline and contrasted red against white so golfers will find it easier to line up their putts. Furthermore, PING has kept a more traditional sightline on the non-mallet putters.
Elsewhere, black PVD coating provides a non-glare look at address while providing a clean sole for enhanced appeal.
A new insert material provides soft feel and crisp sound at imapct for greater consistency and improved performance.
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