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PING Introduce Karsten TR Putters

By: | Fri 03 Jan 2014 | Comments

PING PuttersPING have announced the launch of a new range of True Roll Putters for 2014. The Karsten models feature a series of classic head shapes, but ar milled on the face with True Roll technology. 

Speaking about the new range of putters, PING CEO John Solheim explained what makes the Karsten range so special:

"To help golfers make more putts, our patented variable-depth-groove technology is milled directly into the face of the new Karsten TR series, yielding unmatched distance control.”

The new range of Karsten putters feature some of PING’s most successful, timeless and tour-proven head designs which are showcased in the five new putters featuring TR (True Roll) technology. Variable-depth grooves are milled directly into the face, providing unmatched distance control. Grooves are deepest in the centre and shallower toward the perimeter for greatly improved ball-speed consistency and distance control, leading to more putts made and fewer three-putts.

An elastomer back-cavity insert enhances sound and feel for valuable auditory feedback. Available in a fixed-length shaft (35 inches is standard) or an adjustable version that can be modified between 31 inches and 38 inches to optimise fitting accuracy prior to a round. The copper PVD finish offers a distinctive appeal. Models fit all stroke types: Straight, Slight Arc, and Strong Arc.

The new putters for 2014 include the Anser2, B60, PAL, Anser 5 & Zing. RRP £153 Adjustable, £129 Non adjustable

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