ClassesLake, on 17 June 2017 - 07:29 AM, said:
kingotheworldma, on 17 June 2017 - 06:00 AM, said:
ClassesLake, on 17 June 2017 - 05:00 AM, said:
kingotheworldma, on 16 June 2017 - 09:53 PM, said:
ClassesLake, on 16 February 2017 - 01:47 PM, said:
I spent 90 minutes today in my club pro shop trying out various Sigma G models for a straight arc stroke. I rolled the Tyne, the Wolverine, the Darby the Kushin and the Kinloch C. I quickly dismissed the Kushin and the Kinloch C as non-mallet face balanced putters don't suit my stroke. I'm so upset to say that the fact that the Tyne, Wolverine and Darby each weigh 370g means they are too heavy for my stroke. To say I'm gutted is an understatement. For anyone, who hasn't seen them yet, they look incredible. The Tyne and Wolverine really looked appealing to me. The grip is very nice too. Similar shape to the SS flatso 1.0 although a fraction smaller in diameter I felt.
I wish the Tyne came in the dark finish.
You can order it in the dark nickel finish. I was told that all the putters in the range are available in steel and nickel finishes.
I was trying to find the dark finish at the ping website, but haven't yet.
I don't think that they show each putter in the platinum and nickel finishes on their website but my golf club pro said that you can order any putter in the range in either colour. I couldn't say for certain but he's probably right.
Unless it's changed in the last few weeks, the Sigma G line can only be ordered in the finishes shown for that specific putter. The only Sigma G model available in both finishes is the Anser. Again, that is current info as of the last publication of a PING wholesale catalog, which mine is just after the Sigma G launch and confirmed by my rep last time I ordered Sigma G stock putters for my proshop. That may change with the G400 intro in a few weeks, as I've heard there are additions to the Sigma G line coming.
Your pro might be confusing the Sigma G with the Vault, as every Vault model is offered in the light and dark finishes.