Ping releases a new driving iron, Rapture, for players looking for lower trajectories and higher ball speeds off the tee.
OHL Classic winner Harris English's Ping G15 driver was broken en route to Malaysia in October – so he won at Mayakoba with Billy Horschel’s backup G25.
John Solheim, Ping’s president and chief executive, joins his parents, Karsten and Louise Solheim, as members of the the Arizona Golf Hall of Fame.
Here’s a complete list of the clubs Harris English used this week to win the PGA Tour's OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico.
In gaining his third PGA Tour title, Ryan Moore used clubs from four different manufacturers and a ball from a fifth; plus bags from Suzann Pettersen and Gary Woodland.
Brandt Snedeker is believed to be the first player to lead a PGA Tour event with a sub-50 gram graphite shaft in his driver.
The Anser B, Craz-E and Senita B counterbalanced mallet are additions to Ping's Scottsdale TR putter line, known for its face insert with varying groove depths.
Our David Dusek takes a look at the new Ping S55 irons through photos.
When Ping staff players win a tournament, the company honors them with a gold-plated putter. Hunter Mahan received one for another special reason: the birth of his daughter.
Ping brought its newest iron designed for better players, the S55, to Liberty National Golf Club before the start of the Barclays Championship. The S55 irons will be available to consumers starting Nov. 1.
A Canadian changed putters for his homeland's open; a driver has won over two converts; some recent 59 shooters have some common equipment; and more in our Toy Box short shots.
On the verge of winning his first major, Lee Westwood has a bag full of Ping gear.
On the eve of the 2013 Open Championship, Ping unveiled at Muirfield a prototype of its first driving iron.
This week's inquiries deal with Tour players' gear choices for the U.S. Open, Callaway's new fairway woods and a quest for the perfect stand bag.
Matt Kuchar won his second PGA Tour event of the 2013 season, the Memorial, by two shots. Here is a complete list of the clubs he used at Muirfield.
Derek Ernst, the rookie winner of the Wells Fargo Championship, had 14 Ping clubs in his bag. He followed fellow Ping staff player Billy Horschel, who won a week earlier in New Orleans.
Our David Dusek is on the range at TPC Sawgrass, checking out players' equipment before the Players Championship.
See what clubs this week's winners had in play.
Derek Ernst went from Q-School to the winner's circle in five months, capturing the Well Fargo Championship for his first PGA Tour title. Ernst, who defeated David Lynn in a playoff, used the following clubs.
Ping's latest putter combines the variable-depth grooves of the True Roll line and a mallet that has won multiple times on the PGA Tour.
A look at Ping's new S55 irons that are being used at the Barclays this week.
Our David Dusek takes you inside Louis Oosthuizen's Ping bag before the British Open.