PING have released their latest putters with the launch of the PING Vault 2.0 putters range. The new custom-weighting is the headline feature, while the feel and balance are the big selling points.
Building on the already popular Vault putters, the upgraded 2.0 version feature six different models—the Dale Anser, Voss, B60, ZB, Piper and Ketsch—in a variety of styles and with options for the finish. Whatever preference you have of your flat stick, there’s a high likelihood they’ve come up with a putter that’s right for you.
These next generation putters are 100% precision milled and feature the PING True Roll Technology (TR) that was well received in the original Vault models. In the new creations, a custom-weighting system has been added with sole weights in steel, tungsten or aluminium to help create the perfect feel and balance for your stroke on the putting green.
We think of adjustability as a must in drivers, and now it is available in the PING Vault 2.0 Putters. It helps to come up with the ideal setting for your swing and swing speed, subsequently holing a lot more putts. The Vault putters should help you produce consistent ball striking and speeds.
The new PING Vault 2.0 Putters offers you something slightly different from the next
PING Vault 2.0 Dale Anser
A traditional-looking blade style putter, the Dale Anser is available in three color options—Stealth (black), Platinum and Copper—and will offer the three weighting system option. Featuring a single sightline, it is inspired from the iconic Anser shape first crafted by Allan Dale Solheim and suits golfers with a putting arc.
PING Vault 2.0 Voss
The Voss isn’t too dissimilar to the Dale Anser, if only a little squarer overall. Again it suits golfers with a putting arc and has one sightline, but it is the heel-toe weighting that sets it apart from the Anser model.
PING Vault 2.0 B60
Another of the blade options in the Vault 2.0 range—although it has a lot of characteristics of a mallet, the B60 suits golfers who put in an arc and also features a single sightline. The B60 is available in Copper and Platinum options and weighs 5kg more than the Dale Anser and Voss models. It is the curved back that makes it stand out from other putters in the range.
PING Vault 2.0 ZB
The ZB returns with a first new version for almost a decade; this putter is probably the most individual from the Vault 2.0 range. It is a very thin putter that features only a sight dot rather than line, although there are also subtle lines on the putter head to aid alignment. But the platinum putter is very attractive.
PING Vault 2.0 Piper
A hugely popular model of the PING putters down the years, the latest version of the mid-mallet Piper is a beautiful-looking putter with a curved back. There is a large sightline to aid putting and the Piper comes in a Stealth finish with Platinum and Copper alternatives also available.
PING Vault 2.0 Ketsch
The Ketsch is the only mallet version of the Ping Vault 2.0 range and is also the heaviest of the six putters with an aluminium head and a steel soleplate. Suited for golfers with a straight or arched putting stroke, there are three sightlines on the Ketsch. This putter comes in a Stealth finish with a Slate option as an alternative via special orders.
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