Ping Vault Series putters revealed

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• Ping Vault Series putters unveiled
• Features two blades and two mallets

• Westwood and Oosthuizen using them on tour

Ping Vault Series

The new Ping Vault series of flatsticks has been introduced with the brand taking its computer controlled milling to the next level.

Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen were both seen using the new Ping Vault putters on the PGA Tour earlier this year and now Ping has made four different models – two blade and two mallet – available to buy.

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Each of the putters is precisely milled from materials Ping believes gives the best performance in terms of sound, feel, roll and control.

The blade putter category features the Anser 2 and Voss head shapes with each forged from a single billet of 303 stainless steel.

The Oslo and Bergen mallet putters, meanwhile, have a fully-machined aluminium body with a heavier stainless steel sole plate that increases both stability and forgiveness.

All four models are available in either a Platinum or Slate finish with Ping’s precision-milled TR face technology making performance more consistent on off-centre hits, helping to reduce three-putts.

Read more -> Ping advance legendary Anser design

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Inspired by the original Anser 2, the Vault Series version has the classic appearance that will be familiar to golfers around the world.

A shape described as a ‘modern square silhouette’, Ping says the 303 stainless steel and variable face thickness face give a ‘pure sound’.

The second blade in the line-up, the Voss putter has brings a new design to the table.

It boasts a simple, clean look with a ball-width cavity that will appeal to players who prefer blade putters.

Read more -> Ping iBlade irons unleashed

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The Oslo putter is the first of the mallets in the Ping Vault series. A clean, smaller mallet design, it has extreme weighting to help with stability, while the smaller footprint and low-level sightline are attractive features.

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The Bergen mallet, meanwhile, is a larger mallet with a top sightline that extends the full length of the sole.

The precision milled lines on the top of the sole can also help with alignment.

Read more -> Ping iBlade irons: Review

All four putters in the Ping Vault series are available in two finishes – Platinum and Slate – and come equipped with a Ping Pistol grip as standard.

Ping says the pistol shape fits naturally into the palm and fingertips for more consistent grip pressure.

Ping Vault putters

Ping Vault Anser 2

Head style Blade
RRP
 
£275 (fixed), £299 (adjustable)
Adjustability
Lie angle (+/- 4˚)
Head weight
350g

Ping Vault Voss

Head style Blade
RRP
 £275 (fixed), £299 (adjustable)
Adjustability
Lie angle (+/- 4˚)
Head weight
350g

Ping Vault Oslo

Head style Mid-mallet
RRP £275 (fixed), £299 (adjustable)
Adjustability
Lie angle (+/- 2˚)
Head weight
365g

Ping Vault Bergen

Head style Mallet
RRP
 £275 (fixed), £299 (adjustable)
Adjustability
Lie angle (+/- 2˚)
Head weight
365g

More information ping.com

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