VAULT PUT­TERS

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

Golf Monthly - - Rory Mcilroy -

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).

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