On the home stretch of its 50th anniversary year, PING Golf has released its new PING iN putters featuring “nano-nickel” technology inserts as well as center-body cutouts for heightened perimeter weighting.
PING iN Putters Roll into Stores
For example, the Anser model in the PING iN Series features two cutouts in the sole of the putter (pictured here), ensuring that a higher percentage of the overall head weight resides in the heel and toe. Such weight distribution elevates the putter’s Moment of Inertia, or MOI, for enhanced stability, especially on miss-hits.
In addition to the Anser, the PING iN putter line features familiar PING shapes such as the ZB and B60. It also introduces two new models for PING: the Wack-E putter (mallet) and Lil Wack-E putter (blade).
The cost of the PING iN putters ranges from $139 to $169, depending on the model. Stay tuned at PutterZone.com for more insights into the new iN putters.
P.S. Thanks to reader John B. for prompting this story!