Ping 2022 Mundy Putter Review

What would we make of the new Ping 2022 Mundy putter after testing it on the course?

Ping 2022 Mundy Putter sole
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Golf Monthly Verdict

The Ping Mundy putter is an excellent mid-sized mallet that is well balanced with good feel and strong alignment lines. The flat sole encourages the correct hand position and posture to help you hole more putts.

Reasons to buy
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    Excellent feel

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    Compact design with good forgiveness

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    Strong alignment lines

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Reasons to avoid
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    Head could be slightly larger

The Ping 2022 Mundy putter is one of the new shapes in the range and is a mid-sized mallet putter with three strong white alignment lines on the head. This is a style of head and alignment that is proving popular at the moment and the Ping Mundy brings it all together in a mid-sized mallet that sits very flat thanks to low camber sole design.

Ping 2022 Mundy Putter address

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This is good as the Mundy encourages the correct hand position and posture with your eyes over the ball to get the best results. So if you play your putters like Seve used to with the toe up, then this is not for you. There is a lot of weight in the sole too as it is made from 304 stainless steel which sits towards the rear of the head to maximise the forgiveness. The rest of the black section on the head is made from aluminium and features a Pebax insert in the face.

Ping 2022 Mundy Putter face

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The Pebax is a softer synthetic material with grooves in it to create a better sound and feel as usually aluminium faces don’t do well in this regard. It may look small but actually is quite hard to miss and the feel sound from the insert was very good.

Ping 2022 Mundy Putter address

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The Mundy comes with a double bend steel shaft that can also be upgraded to an adjustable length version if required. The PP60 midsize grip sits very well in your hands with a tacky feel and a U profile featuring a flat section at the front that helps you feel where the face should be aligned.

Ping 2022 PP58 putter grip

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It’s all topped off by a 3D embroidered black headcover that has a premium look with a quality fastening which is easy to get on and off. The Ping 2022 Mundy is my favourite of the models of the 2022 range I tested as it was well balanced with strong alignment lines and a good feel with consistent roll. The upright nature was good for encouraging the correct posture which, in turn will help you putt better. 

Ping 2022 Mundy Putter headcover

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It is marginally the lightest of the three mallets in the 2022 range at 355g, but you could hardly notice and if I was being really picky then maybe the head could be larger. However good things do come in mid-sized packages too and the Mundy is one of the best Ping putters, perfectly formed and delivers quality performance in a head that is a very forgiving putter for its size.

Martin Hopley is one of the foremost UK equipment reviewers with over 20 years' experience. As the former founder of Golfalot.com he was an early pioneer of online reviews and has also been a regular contributor to other titles. He is renowned for his technical knowledge and in-depth analysis, which he now brings to Golf Monthly.