New Cadence TR putter range released by Ping

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New Cadence TR putters aim to improve stroke tempo and consistency

Ping have introduced the Cadence TR family of putters – engineered in response to research proving that stroke tempo is a key to consistency and the number one factor in holing more putts. 

Cadence models are offered in traditional and heavy options, allowing golfers to be fit for their stroke tempo to improve their consistency and accuracy from any distance. 

Traditional models have a blue grip and blue aluminum face insert. 

Heavy models have a black grip and a black steel insert. 
 
Offered in various head shapes across all stroke types, Cadence TR putters benefit from the next generation of true-roll technology: grooves vary in width and depth for exceptional distance control. 

The new range consists of eight models including four new designs (Anser W, B65, Tomcat C, Rustler) and a counter-balanced option (Anser 2 CB), are available to fit all stroke types (Straight, Slight Arc and Strong Arc). 

Each features a black PVD finish and white alignment lines. Weight differentiation in the high-MOI Ketsch model is achieved with different 17-4 stainless steel sole plates that vary in thickness. All models available with adjustable-length shafts.

 

New Anser W (High-MOI blade, alignment line extends through face)
– Traditional, 350g; Heavy, 375g
– Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

 


Anser 2 (Blade, clean top rail and single alignment line)
– Traditional, 340g; Heavy, 365g
– Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

 

Anser 2 CB (Counter-balanced, 38″ std. length, 50g counterweight, 17″ grip)
– Traditional insert only, 400g
– Slight Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º 

 


New B65 (Face-balanced blade, Anser-style hosel and rounded design, single alignment line)
– Traditional, 340g; Heavy, 365g
– Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

 


 


New Tomcat C (Centre-shafted mid-mallet, sight line and ball-width alignment guides)
– Traditional, 355g; Heavy, 380g
– Straight stroke type; lie angle +/- 2º

 


Shea H (Heel-shafted mid-mallet, rounded shape w/single alignment line)
– Traditional, 345g; Heavy, 378g
– Strong Arc stroke type; lie angle +/- 4º

 


New Rustler (High-MOI mallet with alignment line extending from top rail to back of putter)
– Traditional, 350g; Heavy, 383g
– Straight, Slight Arc, Strong Arc stroke types (achieved by different shaft bends); lie angle +/- 2º

 


Ketsch (Machined aluminum mallet, milled TR grooves, 17-4 SS sole plate, ball-width alignment aid extending from top rail to back of putter)


– Traditional, 355g; Heavy, 388g
– Straight, Slight Arc, Strong Arc stroke types (achieved by different shaft bends); lie angle +/- 2º

 


Available: February 12, 2015



SRP’s

Anser 2, Anser W, B65, Shea H, Tomcat C – £163 (adjustable) £139 (Non-adjustable)
Rustler – £183 (adjustable) £159 (Non-adjustable)
Anser 2 CB – £199 (adjustable) £175 (Non-adjustable)
Ketsch – £209 (adjustable) £185 (Non-adjustable)

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