Ping update six popular putters models for 2024 line-up

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By Alex Perry Published: 24 April 2024
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Ping have upgraded six of their most popular putter models ahead of the new season.


Golfers wanting to update their Ping putters on a more affordable budget than the PLD range without sacrificing on premium quality.

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  • Incredibly forgiving models across the range
  • Much friendlier price tag than the PLD models
  • No sacrifice in the premium feel


  • Only one colour option

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Ping putters 2024

After the successful update to their PLD Milled putter range, Ping have added six new premium models – the Anser 2, Anser D, B60, Tyne H, Fetch, and Ketsch G – to take their 2024 line-up to 16.

The First Look

Ping have stuck to their gun-metal grey and black combination that we saw in the PLD putters. Why fix something that isn’t broken? As with all Ping putters, these look great over the ball and in the bag.

Ping Anser 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

Ping Anser D 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

Ping B60 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

Ping Fetch 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

Ping Tyne H 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

Ping Ketsch G 2024 model. (Credit: Ping) |

The Tech

With these new models, golfers can choose from high-MOI blades, mid-mallets, and mallets differentiated by face technology, alignment aids, and finish, while all three stroke types – ‘Straight’, ‘Slight’, and ‘Strong’ – are available across the range.

The face technology, from firm, milled faces to soft-feeling inserts, is engineered based on feedback from Ping’s tour staff to match a variety of feel preferences and deliver control and consistency on putts of every length. In the six new additions to the line, four models – Anser 2, Anser D, B60, and Tyne H – feature the firm feel of a shallowed milled face, and two – the Fetch and Ketsch G – provide the soft feel of a ‘PEBAX’ insert.

Each putter also offers different alignment solutions to fit the eye of a variety of golfers, including single alignment cues or multiple lines to improve accuracy and inspire confidence. The use of a glare-diffusing raw blast finish in four models, and black PVD in the other two, provides enhanced contrast to assist in alignment and create a premium appearance. For golfers who prefer the influence of the darker look with white sight lines, the Ketsch G and Tyne H will best fit their eye. The Anser 2, Anser D, B60 and Fetch feature the striking raw blast finish with contrasting black alignment lines.

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Let’s break down each model…

Like the timeless Anser, heel-toe weighting provides stability and forgiveness in a slightly longer and narrower profile in the Anser 2. Its shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. The ball-width cavity, sharper ballasts, and clean geometry all offer alignment cues in this model featuring a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.

Tour pros were consulted in creating the Anser D with a deeper – that’s where the ‘D’ comes from – profile as a hybrid between the Anser blade and a mallet design. The extra mass is useful in stabilising the stroke for maximum forgiveness, while the shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. A new glare-diffusing raw blast finish contributes to the eye-pleasing visuals.

The B60, a long-time Ping fan favorite, is back with a shallow milled face that ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. Golfers are familiar with the thin top rail with rounded ballasts, contoured shaping, and centre-alignment line in this balanced, forgiving model. Also new is the glare-diffusing raw blast finish.

The twin-fork design in the Tyne H is paired with an Anser hosel to provide multiple alignment cues and help square the putter at impact. The shallow milled face ensures a firmer response and consistent roll. Perimeter weighting and an optimised CG position allow for balance, stability, forgiveness, and accuracy. A ball-width cavity and contrasting white alignment line promote confident aiming.

A dual-density PEBAX face insert in the Fetch delivers a soft feel on shorter putts and a stable feel on longer lag putts. Made putts are easy to retrieve using the sole cut-out that’s not only handy but creates discretionary mass we use to increase MOI and forgiveness. Fetch fans laud the more compact profile as easy to aim. Ball-width alignment lines and a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish aid in the process.

The Ketsch G features an aluminium body and stainless steel sole plate pair with an optimised CG to create extreme forgiveness and stability. The dual-density PEBAX face insert delivers a soft feel on shorter putts and a stable feel on longer lag putts. The ball pickup feature on the sole is more than just convenience – it allows for redistributing mass to increase MOI. A trio of contrasting sight lines frame the ball to simplify alignment.

“The Ping putter line combines modern design advancements with the proven technologies that helped Ping set the standard in putter design 65 years ago. In this line, our engineers took a more individual approach with our most popular models, applying variations of our score-lowering innovations like perimeter weighting and optimised centre of gravity placement while further differentiating them through face technology and alignment features. It’s a very diverse offering but the one thing they all have in common is they offer precision performance on putts of every length. Golfers will have an easy time matching a model to fit their putting style, preferred alignment cues and desired feel.”

– John K Solheim (Ping president)

The bunkered Verdict

Ping putters are impossibly popular and there’s a reason for that. They look great, they’re packed with technology, they work, and there’s a model for every type of golfer.

The Details

RRP: £280
On-sale: Now
More information: Ping website

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Alex Perry is the Associate Editor of bunkered. A journalist for more than 20 years, he has been a golf industry stalwart for the majority of his career and, in a five-year spell at ESPN, covered every sporting event you can think of. He completed his own Grand Slam at the 2023 Masters, having fallen in love with the sport at his hometown club of Okehampton and on the links of nearby Bude & North Cornwall.

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