Ping Ketsch putter

Ping introduced its Ketsch putter at the PGA Merchandise Show.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Ping introduced its Ketsch putter at the PGA Merchandise Show, a club named after the town in Germany where Ping maintains its headquarters for that country.

This mallet-style putter has an aluminum body with a stainless steel plate in the sole. It features Ping's TR (True Roll) grooves in the face.

An adjustable length shaft (31 to 38 inches) is optional. Lie adjustability is plus or minus two degrees.

Shafts bends are available to fit Straight, Slight Arc and Strong Arc putting strokes that have been identified by Ping.

The putter has three white, contrasting alignment aids on top of a matte-black crown.

"Our research shows that the head shape promotes extremely consistent alignment for the majority of golfers," said Ping chairman and chief executive John Solheim.

The suggested retail price of the Ketsch putter is $220, and the adjustable-length shaft has a suggested retail price of $35.

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