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With the release of 15 models, there’s bound to be a Ping Sigma G putter that you absolutely love.

The latest range features new face technology inspired by the soles
of athletic shoes and advancements of the company’s True Roll Face
Technology, across the entire face, has led to improved feel and
performance.

And being precision milled from 6061 aerospace-grade aluminium, the
new pattern varies in depth and pitch to boost performance and touch on
putts of every length.

The Sigma G putters represent an exciting new technology

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Optimally placed CG positions, meanwhile, help reduce skid and
initiate forward roll. All putters come in either Platinum or Black
Nickel and feature a contrasting face tone to assist in setup and
alignment consistency.

“The Sigma G putters represent an exciting new technology that
continues our long-standing commitment to engineering putters that feel
and look great but perform even better,” said John A. Solheim, Ping
chairman & CEO.

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Two options of the proprietary Ping Pistol tapered grip are offered
to fit a golfer’s preferred grip style. The PP60 (midsize, polygon
shape) and PP62 (oversize, more rounded shape) are engineered to fit the
contours of the golfer’s hands. The CB60 grip is standard on
counter-balanced models.

Here’s a closer look at each of the 15 Ping Sigma G models:

Ping Anser3

Anser

• Blade design in a Platinum or Black Nickel finish

• 340g

• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4

Ping Kinloch1

Kinloch

• Blade design in a Platinum finish
• 350g
• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4

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Ping Tess

Tess

• Blade design in a Platinum finish
• 350g
• Strong Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Piper

Piper 3

• Mid-mallet design in a Black Nickel finish

• 360g

• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Gd66

D66

• Blade design in a Black Nickel finish

• 350g

• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Gb60

B60

• Blade design in a Platinum finish

• 340g

• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Ketsch

Ketsch B

• Blade design in a Black Nickel finish

• 360g

• Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Kinloch C

Kinloch C

• Mid-mallet design in a Platinum finish

• 365g

• Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Shea

Shea H

• Mid-mallet design in a Platinum finish

• 365g

• Strong Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Tyne

Tyne

• Mallet design in a Platinum finish

• 370g

• Straight or Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Darby

Darby

• Mallet design in a Platinum finish

• 370g

• Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Wolverine

Wolverine T

• Mallet design in a Black Nickel finish

• 370g

• Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

Ping Doon

Doon

• Counter-balanced mallet design in a Platinum finish

• 400g

• Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

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