What we say...
Ping couldn’t have picked a better name for its latest wacky putter – it’s definitely not a thing of beauty! Somehow, though, it still manages to be appealing.
The centre-shaft design puts the hosel right behind the sweet spot, which means putts feel fantastic. By using such a strange design, Ping has created a stable putter with a high moment of inertia, which is highly resistant to twisting.
From five feet in it was deadly, but longer putts were a bit trickier. Even so, it’s a decent putter that would help golfers struggling with inconsistent or wonky putting strokes.
A new Ping insert design features a soft perimeter injected with a high durometer impact surface for optimal feel and sound.
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Ping Putters User Reviews
This putter is very ugle and i no some1 who uses this putter who makes u not want 2 buy it they normaly 3,4 and 5 putt on every green. But if u r not a flid and have a good puttin stroke its an average putter. There are many beter 2 choose from.
I traded my two ball in for a blade and immediately regretted it, it offered me no feeling for weight on long putts,so i went to get another two ball, and tried every putter in the shop, finally settled on this, unbelievable feeling for balance giving accuracy and correct weight, my handicap has gone from 17 to 13, and this is because my putts are dropping.