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Ping Fit for Stroke Putter Fitting Concept

By on January 8, 2020

It is so important to select the right putter for your game, and knowing which one to choose can be very difficult. If you, like millions of other golfers prefer to use Ping equipment, then this blog may well help you in your selection. Ping putter stroke custom fit will help you get the most out of your putter.

Ping, who is renown for custom built golf clubs, has developed the Fit for Stroke putter fitting concept that will help you to make an informed choice when selecting a putter. Having consistency on the greens is essential for shooting good scores and by simply matching the correct putter to your stroke type should help you achieve this.

Ping offers a large range of putters and every model is either face-balanced for a straight stroke, mid-hang for a slight arc or toe-down for a strong arc. If you try a Ping putter you will see a colour sticker on the shaft identifying what stroke type that model would best suit.

What does Ping Say?

“Don’t change your stroke. Change your putter.”

Results from hundreds of player and robot tests at PING offer overwhelming scientific support for the effectiveness of fitting for stroke. In recent years more diagnostic tools and testing equipment have become available, and the results prove that a golfer’s consistency improves when their putter balance matches their stroke type. It was interesting to observe that golfers putt more consistently with stroke-appropriate models, but they also show a personal preference for these models, too. Prior to putting with them, golfers are drawn to models that fit their eye, even before they fit their stroke.”

The current range is vast and we have listed all the models below. You can clearly see by identifying which model suits your stroke type.

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If you have a slight arc to your putting stroke then the below models would best suit your game.

 

 

 

  • Anser Milled – Anser, Anser 1, Anser 2, Anser 3
  • Scottsdale – Anser 2, B60, Carefree, Shea, Tomcat S
  • Karsten TR – Anser 2, B60
  • Nome – Nome 355, Nome 405
  • Scottsdale TR – Anser 2, Anser 2B, B60, Grayhawk, Senita,   Shea,

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If you have a straight putting stroke then the below models would best suit your game.

 

 

 

  • Anser Milled – Anser 5
  • Karsten TR –  Anser 5
  • Scottsdale TR – Carefree L, Grayhawk, Piper C, Senita, Tatum
  • Nome – Nome 500
  • Ketsch
  • Serene Ladies Craz-e TOO

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If you have a strong arc  putting stroke then the below models would best suit your game.

 

 

 

  • Anser Milled – Anser 4, Anser 6
  • Karsten TR –  Pal, Zing
  • Nome – Nome 355, Nome 405
  • Scottsdale TR – Grayhawk, Senita, Shea H, ZB s
Andrew Probert

About Andrew Probert

I am the Manager of the GolfShopOnline and have worked in the golf retail industry for over 18 years.

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