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Ping adds 6 new models to putter lineup

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Ping is adding six models to the 10 released at the end of 2022, bringing the tally of its current offerings to 16 putters.

Today the Arizona-based company announced new Anser 2, Anser D, B60, Tyne H, Fetch, and Ketsch G models are available for pre-order.

“The Ping putter line combines modern design advancements with the proven technologies that helped Ping set the standard in putter design 65 years ago,” Ping CEO and President, John K. Solheim, said. 

“In this line, our engineers took a more individual approach with our most popular models, applying variations of our score-lowering innovations like perimeter weighting and optimized center of gravity placement while further differentiating them through face technology and alignment features.”

Milled faces, soft inserts. Mallets, mid-mallets, blades. Multiple alignment aids and finishes. Across the now-16-putter-wide lineup, Ping sought to offer something for every golfer.

Get all the details on the six new models below.

2024 Ping putter models, specs

Anser 2

Ping says: “Like the timeless Anser, heel-toe weighting provides stability and forgiveness though in a slightly longer and narrower profile. Its shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. The ball-width cavity, sharper ballasts and clean geometry all offer alignment cues in this model featuring a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.”

Stroke: Slight arc
Weight: 340g
Finish: Raw blast
Face: Shallow milled
Alignment: Single line in cavity floor
Balance: Mid hang
Lie angle: 20° +-4°
Loft: 3° +3°/-2°
Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Shaft: Ping composite
Grip: PP58 midsize
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $250

Anser D

Ping says: “Tour pros were consulted in creating this model with a deeper (“D”) profile as a hybrid between the Anser blade and a mallet design; the extra mass is useful in stabilizing the stroke for maximum forgiveness. The shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. A new glare-diffusing raw blast finish contributes to the eye-pleasing visuals.”

Stroke: Slight arc
Weight: 365g
Finish: Raw blast
Face: Shallow milled
Alignment: Single line in cavity floor
Balance: Mid hang
Lie angle: 20° +-4°
Loft: 3° +3°/-2°
Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Shaft: Ping composite shaft
Grip: PP58 midsize grip
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $250

B60

Ping says: “The B60, a longtime PING fan favorite, is back with a shallow milled face that ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. Golfers are familiar with the thin top rail with rounded ballasts, contoured shaping and center alignment line in this balanced, forgiving model. Also new is the glare-diffusing raw blast finish.”

Stroke: Slight arc
Weight: 350g
Finish: Raw blast
Face: Shallow milled
Alignment: Single line in cavity floor
Balance: Mid hang
Lie angle: 20° +-4°
Loft: 3° +3°/-2°
Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Shaft: Ping composite
Grip: PP58 midsize
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $250

Tyne H

Ping says: “The twin-fork design is paired with an Anser hosel to provide multiple alignment cues and help square the putter at impact. The shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. Perimeter weighting and an optimized CG position allow for balance, stability, forgiveness and accuracy. A ball-width cavity and contrasting white alignment line promote confident aiming.”

Stroke: Slight arc
Weight: 370g
Finish: Black PVD
Face: Shallow milled
Alignment: Single line in cavity floor
Balance: Mid hang
Lie angle: 20° +-4°
Loft: 3° +3°/-2°
Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Shaft: Ping composite shaft
Grip: PP60
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $250

Fetch

Ping says: “A dual-density PEBAX face insert delivers a soft feel on shorter putts and a stable feel on longer lag putts. Made putts are easy to retrieve using the sole cutout that’s not only handy – it creates discretionary mass we use to increase MOI and forgiveness. Fetch fans laud the more compact profile as easy to aim. Ball-width alignment lines and a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish aid in the process.”

Stroke: Straight stroke
Weight: 365g
Finish: Raw blast
Face: PEBAX face insert
Alignment: Ball width
Balance: Face
Lie angle: 20° +-2°
Loft: 3° +2°/-2°
Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Shaft: Chrome stepless steel shaft
Grip: PP60
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $250

Ketsch G

Ping says: “Its aluminum body and stainless steel sole plate pair with an optimized CG to create extreme forgiveness and stability. The dual-density PEBAX face insert delivers a soft feel on shorter putts and a stable feel on longer lag putts. The ball pickup feature on the sole is more than convenient – it allows for redistributing mass to increase MOI. A trio of contrasting sight lines frame the ball to simplify alignment.”

Stroke: Straight stroke
Weight: 360g
Finish: Black PVD finish
Face: PEBAX face insert
Alignment: Ball width and full-length center line
Balance: Face
Lie angle: 20° +-2°
Loft: 3° +2°/-2°
Materials: Aluminum body, 304 SS sole plate
Shaft: Chrome stepless steel
Grip: PP60
Availability: RH/LH

Price: $300

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