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Posted May 22, 2018 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
By John Steinbreder of Global Golf Post
Ping’s Vault 2.0 putters are designed to provide tour-caliber touch and performance through technologies both old and new.
The old comes in the form of the precision-milled patented True Roll, which has been employed in previous-generation flat sticks and is made to provide full-face forgiveness for consistent speed off the face and better distance control.
As for the new, that is found in a custom weighting system that offers sole weight options in steel (standard-weight head), tungsten (15 grams heavier than standard) and aluminum (15 grams lighter) to match a golfer’s feel and balance preferences.
“The Ping Vault 2.0 putters are luscious works of art that are engineered to perform,” says John K. Solheim, company president. “The craftsmanship and materials used in our milling and finishing processes ensure eye-catching designs that appeal to the most discerning golfers. And the ability to customize the weights provides golfers a putter uniquely built to fit their games.”
These clubs are available in five models, all of which boast heads precision-milled from 303 stainless steel. Four are blades (the Dale Anser, the Voss, the B60 and the ZB) and one a mid-mallet (the Piper). In addition, Ping offers a Ketsch mallet, which combines a 6061 aerospace-grade aluminum body with stainless steel soleplate for improves forgiveness.
In regard to grips, there are four proprietary Ping Pistol tapered possibilities. The PP60 is a midsize, lightweight design with a foam underlisting, while the PP61 is crafted to fit the contour of the golfer’s hands and uses a rubber underlisting to enhance feel. The PP62 is a lightweight, oversized grip with a rounded profile, and the CB60 is for those who preferred a counterbalanced putter.
Republished with permission from Global Golf Post.