Ping’s variable-depth TR tech now comes on a milled face AIMED AT Golfers seeking a premium look who three-putt too often HOW MUCH £275 (£299 with adjustable-length shaft) KEY TECH
Keen to make its putters as popular as its woods and irons, Ping has released a new milled Vault range.
The two blades and two mallets all feature a new take on Ping’s TR face, where the variable-depth pattern is milled onto the face to help speed up off-centre strikes. It’s a design that means heel and toe putts are more likely to reach the distance of central strikes for much better consistency on the greens.
Ping fans will know the design from the Scottsdale TR and Cadence TR lines. However, because it’s now being applied via a milling process, it should offer a much softer feel off the face than before. Both the Voss and Anser 2 blades will weigh in at 350g to add stability, with the Voss a wide blade with a simple black alignment line and the Anser 2 adopting the classic Anser look and feel. The Oslo is a smaller mallet design with a low-level sightline, while the Bergen is larger and has milled lines on the crown to aid alignment. All four models feature a thicker Ping Pistol grip to help you relax grip pressure. It is soft and tacky to ensure a comfortable feel, with a UV coating to fight against fading. They are available in a Platinum or Slate finish with RRPs of £275 (£299 adjustable-length shaft).