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  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 driver

Ping, mostly a quiet and conservative family-owned club manufacturer, is unusually enthusiastic about the official July 3 introduction of the G30 family of clubs. The family includes irons, hybrids, fairway woods and drivers.

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Ping G30 driver set for Bubba Watson

When the Greenbrier Classic starts Thursday on PGA Tour, Bubba Watson will use the new Ping G30 driver that will be introduced there and at the Open de France.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 driver

Ping makes its low-spinning i25 driver more adjustable, more forgiving and more sporty.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
  • Rapture 3-wood
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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 fairway woods

A hooter face gives Ping's newest fairway woods – the G30 – a serious power boost.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 fairway woods

Ping's new i25 fairway woods are designed to be forgiving, launch the ball higher and reduce spin more effectively.

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Ping Rapture 3-wood

Ping has created the Rapture 3-wood with a face that's thicker in the center and thinner around the edges, targeting an enlarged the sweet spot.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 hybrids

To compliment the release of the new Ping G30 drivers and fairway woods, the Phoenix-based company also has unveiled hybrids designed to increase distance and provide more forgiveness.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 hybrids

Higher launch angles and less spin are the combined target in Ping's new i25 hybrid.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
  • Rapture driving iron
  • S55
  • S56
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Ping Anser forged irons

The performance objective for the Anser forged iron is to raise the trajectory of the long irons and lower the trajectory of the short irons.

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Ping Anser forged irons

Ping classifies the Anser as a forged iron, although it has a tungsten sole and could be labeled a contemporary updating of the forging process.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 irons

In addition to drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, new Ping irons carry the G30 name.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 irons

Ping's latest game-improvement i25 irons transition from forgiving long irons into feel-oriented short irons.

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Ping Rapture driving iron

Ping releases a new driving iron, Rapture, for players looking for lower trajectories and higher ball speeds off the tee.

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Ping S55 Irons

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.

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Ping S56 irons

Designed with better players in mind, Ping's S56 irons have a compact head, thin topline, little offset and only a small amount of perimeter weighting for forgiveness.

  • Anser Milled
  • Karsten TR
  • Ketsch
  • Nome
  • Scottsdale
  • Scottsdale TR
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Ping Anser Milled putters

Each Ping Anser Milled putter starts as a solid block of 303 Stainless steel and then is machine milled into a classic heel-toe weighted blade.

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Ping Karsten TR putters

The key to the performance of the Ping Karsten TR putters ("TR" stands for True Roll) is the grooved face. Ping's studies found that deeper grooves slow putts more than shallow grooves.

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Ping Ketsch putter

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.

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Ping rolls out Nome TR Putter

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.

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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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Ping to introduce adjustable belly putter

Ping is about to become the first major golf equipment manufacturer to introduce an adjustable-length belly putter. It will be called the Nome 405 Belly.

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Ping Scottsdale TR putters

Ping staff players, including Lee Westwood and Hunter Mahan, used adjustable Scottsdale TR putters, featuring grooves designed to enhance distance control on off-center hits.

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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Ping extends Scottsdale TR putter line

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.

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Ping Scottsdale TR putters

Ping staff players, including Lee Westwood and Hunter Mahan, used adjustable Scottsdale TR putters, featuring grooves designed to enhance distance control on off-center hits.

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Ping Anser wedges

Ping Anser wedges made their debut on the PGA Tour in spring 2011 and immediately were popular with accomplished players seeking soft feel.

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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.