PING 2021 Putters
2021 brings you PING’s most expansive range of putters ever. Eleven different models all coming in different shapes and sizes, but all share one thing, high levels of MOI (Moment of Inertia). For those that aren’t familiar with the term, this is just a more elaborate way of explaining forgiveness in golf clubs. PING has been notorious for creating new levels of forgiveness with new products and in particular the new G425 driver.
You can learn more about each individual putter by shopping the range here.
Many of you may be reading this under the assumption that forgiveness in putters isn’t the biggest concern. But in fact, you are wrong. You would be surprised at the number of putts that are miss-hit and do not come out of the centre of the club-face.
The multi-material construction of the ’21 range ensures that most putts start online and with much better pace control. How you may be thinking? The front layer of the Pebax face insert is softer for precision on shorter putts and the back layer is firmer to ensure distance control.
One of the more eye-catching designs of the range is the ‘Harwood’ model. Which is a six-piece design, fully machines from 6061 aluminium with 93g of tungsten positioned on all four corners. It has a unique design that features 3 pillar-like connecting arms on the sole of the club.
The 2021 range also sees the return of the Anser putter. The first Anser putter was released in 1966 and later became one of the most iconic putter shapes of all time. The of the most recognisable differences come in the faces of the clubs. The first of the Anser putters had no insert and was a milled metal face, whereas the ’21 Anser features a brand new, high tech dual-durometer insert.
One of the biggest questions you may be faced with is, which putter style is best for you? One of the first things you need to recognise is what type of putting stroke you have. But, the best way to find the perfect putter for you would be to book a custom fitting session with your local pro.