Ping's TR Anser 2 putters feature a black finish with a single white sight-alignment line.
Ping's True Roll face insert has deeper grooves in the center and shallower grooves at the edges to help well-hit and mis-hit puts travel the same distance.
Golfers can use the iPING app to discover whether they have a Straight, Slight Arc, or Strong Arc putting stroke and choose the appropriate putter for their game.
Ping's Cadence TR Rustler putter's are large mallet putters with excellent consistency and forgiveness.
The TR Rustler plays with with a consistent and predictable roll and reliable distance.
The Rustler feels great, whether you choose the standard or heavy weight face insert - heavy (black face insert) or standard (blue).
Tester's report this mallet was easy to line up and was one of the most solid, high-MOI putters they tested.
Ping's Scottsdale Anser 2 Blade Putters feature a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) face insert plays with a soft, solid feel.
Additional perimeter weighting promotes good roll and simple, reliable performance.
The Scottsdale Anser 2 TR blade is a good choice for players of all abilities.
Ping's Scottsdale Mallet Putters are noted for their excellent feel and distance control.
The Scottsdale Mallet's are high-MOI putters that send the ball to the hole with no wasted effort.
Most golfers will find Scottsdale Mallet putters very easy to dial in for distance on short or long putts. The face gets the ball moving quickly to the target. You'll get consistent impact, response, and repeatable speeds.