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PING Cadence TR Series Ketsch Putters

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    Right
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    Light
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    33
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  • 35
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  • Adjustable
    Adjustable
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SKU:P60604

PING Cadence TR Series Ketsch Putters

Models To Match Any Swing Shape And Tempo So You Hole More Putts

PING's research proves that stroke tempo is a key to consistency and consistency is the #1 factor in sinking more putts. The Cadence family of putters are engineered in response to that research. Cadence putters come in two weight options, traditional or heavy, to fit any golfers stroke tempo to improve consistency and accuracy anywhere on the green. Various head shapes are available for all stroke types, each with the next generation of PING's true-roll technology for exceptional distance control.

PING Cadence TR Series Ketsch Putters features:

  • Fit for a Slight Arc stroke
  • Weight options
    • Traditional: blue grip and blue aluminum insert
    • Heavy: black grip and black steel insert
  • True-roll grooves vary in depth and width for consistent ball speed and distance control
  • Response and feel is similar to a traditional steel face
  • Ketsch traditional and heavy models are distinguished by sole plate weight and TR grooves are precision-milled directly into the clubface
  • Cadence PP58 Midsize grip
  • Available in left and right-hand
  • Lengths: 33" 34" 35" Adjustable

PING Cadence TR Series Ketsch Putters is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stable, solid If you're looking for a stabilizing stoke you should consider Ping.
Date published: 2017-06-16
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