Ping Scottdale TR

We caught Hunter Mahan using Ping newest putter, a Scottdale TR (True Roll) NB S model at the World Challenge presented by Northwestern Mutual at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

This is the first putter we’ve seen from Ping’s new True Roll line, which is due out in 2013 and uses a grooved insert for a better roll.

Mahan also has a new set of Ping Anser Forged irons in the bag that you can view in the forums by clicking here.

Check out the photos below, and click here for more discussion about Mahan’s putter in the forum. 

Check out the photos below, and click here for more discussion about Mahan’s putter in the forum. 


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  1. I walked with Hunter on Friday at tigers event and man, he couldn’t make a putt over 4 feet all day. Had some bad pitches too. He really strikes the ball well though. That was the difference. He missed 1 fairway all day and irons were solid. Bad short game, but if that’s on watch out!

  2. I really hate to break it to any 20 handicappers, especially those who can’t putt, a bad putting stroke combined with a grooved putter will spell disaster. Think about it!