Ping expands Scottsdale TR putter line

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The brand have added three new shapes to the popular putter range

5 Ping have added three new putter models to their popular Scottsdale TR family, including an updated version of the famous CRAZ-E.

All feature the same variable-depth grooves (that boost forgiveness on mis-hits) and adjustable-length shafts.

The blade-style Anser T has a timeless shape with a bridge-style alignment aid and is designed for slight-arc putting strokes.

The Senita B provides the feel and stability of a belly putter without anchoring thanks to counterbalanced weights in the grip.

Finally, the latest version of the CRAZ-E, now 10 years old, has the same striking alignment aid and shape with the new insert for forgiveness.

Both the Senita and CRAZ-E are available in several shaft bends to suit all types of strokes.

“True Roll technology has proved to be very popular because variable-depth grooves offer consistent ball speeds and unmatched distance control,” said John A. Solheim, Ping’s CEO.

“Golfers are making a higher percentage of their putts, even from longer range. That comes from the accuracy this technology provides, along with the added confidence, which is essential on the greens.”

In a nutshell

Anser T (360g)

– Slight Arc stroke type; Lie adjustability +/- 4 degrees
– SRP Adjustable £149, Non Adjustable £129

Craz-E (365g)

– Straight, Slight Arc, Strong Arc stroke types
– Lie adjustability +/- 2 degrees
– SRP Adjustable £169, Non Adjustable £149

Senita B Counter Balanced (400g)

– Straight, Slight Arc, Strong Arc stroke types
– Lie adjustability +/- 2 degrees
– SRP Adjustable £195, Non Adjustable £175
Ping Scottsdale TR putters

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