PING SIGMA 2 PUTTERS
You’re playing the wrong putter. But help is at hand.
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