Bring Scottsdale Putter For Ping 50th Anniversary

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Bring Scottsdale Putter For Ping 50th Anniversary

Postby sunnytao » Wed Feb 29, 2012 7:40 am

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, PING Golf recently introduce the Scottsdale Series of putters from PING is getting seven new models this year in order to appease players looking for a style not already covered in the series, and to fit various stroke types as well. Just like the already established members of this family, these new Ping Scottsdale Anser 2 Putter feature a thermoplastic elastomer face insert and applique which gives them a soft, yet solid feel and crisp sound.

Ping Scottsdale Anser 2 Putter On Sale Featuring a thermoplastic elastomer insert with a face applique, theScottsdale Series of putters from Ping produce a consistent, solid response which results in improved distance control and accuracy. High-contrast alignment aids result in better visual acuity and improved accuracy in alignment.

The new Anser 2 model features a durable blackish grey finish from top viewing angles while the sole has a dark mirror finish. The new insert is made of a Thermoplastic Elastomer and we were told that it feels softer yet has a surprising and more apparent impact sound.

Ping today held their annual sales meeting showing off official images of the entire U.S Details visit golf clubs set. line up and we will have more info in pictures in the coming weeks.According to PING, “The solid feel and consistent response of the insert in the new Scottsdale Series will help your distance control and accuracy. The insert is made of a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) with a face appliqué for a soft yet solid feel on every putt. This response is key in accurately gauging distances.”

The feel and feedback of the Pickemup are also distinctive. In fact, the Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 Putter really puts the “ping” into PING, with a ringing quality that is clearly attributable to the acoustics of the head shape, as this same quality was not evident on the other two Scottsdale putters that I tried. The feel of the Pickemup seemed livelier, too. I found the feel of the Wolverine and Tomcat to be a bit muted, fitting the classic stereotype of the synthetic insert.. Details visit golf clubs store.
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