Ping Golf Putters Ketsch
Precision-milled at PING in Phoenix, Ariz., the Ketsch offers unprecedented distance control, extreme forgiveness, and accurate alignment. Variable-depth grooves equalize ball speeds across the face, an innovation called True Roll (TR) Technology. A captured appearance at address inspires confidence, and contrasting sightlines simplify alignment. A 17-4 stainless steel sole weight creates a high MOI.
The Ketsch stands out for the captured look it provides with the ball at address, inspiring confidence and promoting a consistent stroke, the #1 key to holing more putts. Three white, contrasting sightlines extend from the lead edge of the matte-black crown to make aiming easy. A 17-4 stainless steel sole weight in the aluminum head, precision-milled at PING, creates a high MOI for elevating forgiveness to improve accuracy.
Variable-depth grooves in the face ensure ball-speed consistency whether the ball is struck in the center, or toward the heel or toe. Deepest in the center and shallower toward the perimeter, this innovative True Roll (TR) Technology equalizes ball speeds across the face for unmatched distance control. PING studies show an increase in ball-speed consistency of nearly 50% compared to a non-grooved face when measured at nine points across the face.
To optimize the fit for your body type and putting style, you can choose a fixed-length shaft (35" is standard). Or you can upgrade to a USGA/R&A-conforming, adjustable-length, telescoping shaft that allows you to modify length between 31" and 38" prior to a round. The Ketsch is available in three shaft bends to fit any stroke type: Straight, Slight Arc, or Strong Arc. Results from hundreds of player and robot tests at PING show that you’ll putt more consistently when your putter balance matches your stroke type. The midsize PP58 black rubber grip is designed to keep the wrists firm and ensure a stable stroke for improved accuracy and consistency.
Ping Golf Putters Ketsch Specifications
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