You’re play­ing the wrong put­ter. But help is at hand.

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Ping re­search dis­cov­ered eight out of 10 golfers are play­ing with a put­ter that is the wrong length for them, com­pro­mis­ing pos­ture and re­sults. The brand’s new Sigma 2 range, com­plete with ad­justable shaft lengths, rep­re­sents its most earnest at­tempt to date at an­swer­ing this prob­lem.

All nine mod­els in the range can be ad­justed be­tween 32 and 36in in length to fit your pos­ture and stroke. The process is quick and easy, with a tool that in­serts into the top of the grip. One full turn pro­duces around a ¼in ad­just­ment up or down, while the grip re­mains per­fectly aligned. Lie an­gle ad­just­ments are done through Ping’s cus­tom-fit pro­gramme.

Mean­while, a new Dual-Durom­e­ter Face is de­signed to de­liver a very soft feel with a lively re­sponse. It has a softer front layer and a firmer back layer de­signed to give solid feed­back and aid dis­tance con­trol. The grooves in the TR face pat­tern vary in depth and pitch to speed up off-cen­tre im­pacts for con­sis­tent ball speeds.

There are three grip op­tions. The PP60 is mid­size and light­weight, de­signed to fit the con­tours of the hands with a flat top and sides. The PP61 is slightly heav­ier and has an ex­ag­ger­ated pis­tol shape. The PP62 is still light­weight but has a larger, more rounded shape to pro­mote qui­eter hands.

This fa­mous blade has the tra­di­tional heel-toe bal­lasts that boost MOI, plus pleas­ing con­tours, a clean top rail and sim­ple align­ment line. The mid-hang bal­ance tar­gets play­ers with a moder­ate stroke ro­ta­tion. Head type: Blade Fin­ish: Plat­inum or Stealth Head weight: 350g Stroke type: Slight arc Lie an­gle: 70° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° Anser

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