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PING Scottsdale Putters Coming Soon

PING Golf announced today its new line of PING Scottdale putters, a nod to the company’s headquarters in Arizona’s Valley of the Sun. There’s even a cool cactus motif on the sole of the putters. The name also salutes the ...

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Louis Oosthuizen’s Putter: Ping Redwood Anser

The big putter news at the beginning of the British Open was Tiger Woods’ switch to the Nike Method after 11 years of uninterrupted tour play with his Scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter. But the hottest putter of the tournament ...

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Bubba Watson’s Putter – PING Redwood Anser

Bubba Watson won the Travelers Championship today with two notable tools in hand—a pink driver shaft and a PING Redwood Anser putter. With the former, he boomed his signature bombs off the tee. With the latter he outlasted the competition ...

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PING iN ZB2 Putter Review

With its new iN series putters, PING Golf puts a final exclamation point on its 50th anniversary year. Indeed, five decades after Karsten Solheim crafted his first PING putter in 1959, the new PING iN putters ($139) aim to continue ...

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PING iN Putters Roll into Stores

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. For example, the Anser model in the PING iN ...

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Quick Hit: PING iWi D66 Putter

In advance of its 50th anniversary this year, PING recently launched its iWi putters featuring classic PING designs with a twist—customizable weighting technology. The PING iWi D66 putter comes with a pair of 12-gram steel weights inserted into ports in ...

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PING Karsten Putter Wins Again

Putters with small price tags continue to rack up big wins on the professional circuits. As PutterZone.com recently reported, two putters with a combined retail price of $188 racked up victories on the LPGA and Champions Tours on the same ...

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F2, PING Putters Cost Little, Win Big

Last month, PutterZone.com broke the story of Jerry Kelly buying a $69 Cleveland Classic putter and putting it into play on the PGA Tour. Now two professionals have won tournaments with putters that each cost less than $100 at retail. ...

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Putter Buzz: Rife IMO Putter Is Here

The Rife IMO putter is here, Padraig remains faithful, and the Anser still rules. Here is the latest Putter Buzz on the professional tours and beyond: 1. Jesper Parnevik’s 61 at the recent Bob Hope Classic came after he switched ...

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2009 Power Picks: Best Buy Putters

PutterZone.com’s 2009 Power Picks conclude today with awards for the Best Buy category, recognizing the “best of the best” values among putters tested and reviewed by PutterZone.com over the past 12 months, including several new models for 2009: GOLD AWARDS ...

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