Adjustable: 31"-38", 37.5"-46.5" and 44.5"-55.5"
25 January 2013
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When Ping released their Anser driver last year, they showed their willingness to join the adjustable revolution. Now, with the Ping Scottsdale TR putter, they offering a host of adjustability and options designed to help golfers hole more putts.
The Ping Scottsdale TR features a black, non-glare PVD finish and white sight lines. It is available in 12 different models include blades, mid-mallets and mallets, and has a unique adjustable shaft length.
The new shaft design, that is conforming with both the R&A and USGA, adjusts from 31" to 38" in the standard models, 37.5" to 46.5" in the belly length models and 44.5" to 55.5" in the long versions. This adjustability allows players to fit the optimium length of putter for their height, posture and stroke.
Each of the 12 models of putters fit into one of three categories to match the stroke of the golfer: straight, slight arc or strong arc. Each is labelled with the stroke it suits on the shaft. The head size/shape, hosel design and lie of the putter is specifically suited to the stroke it represents. Ping's studies show that you'll putt more consistently when your putter's balance matches your stroke type.
Beyond the adjustability, the Scottsdale TR putters feature new variable-depth grooves contained within the lightweight aluminum insert. The grooves are deepest in the center and get shallower toward the perimeter.
Ping's R&D team found that the new groove design increases ball-speed consistency by nearly 50% across nine points on the face. The insert is designed to offer the solid feel and sound of a traditional steel putter, with a truer roll (hence the 'TR', or True Roll, in the putter's name).
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