Forgiveness and optimal feel from every stroke: Ping 2024 Putters

Everything you need to know about the latest range of Ping putters being added to the collection

Ping are one of the best-known brands in the game for all of their fantastic golf equipment from the best drivers to the best putters. The golf giants have added six new putters to their impressive roster of both blade putters and mallet putters, now giving you 16 models to choose from across their entire putter range.

Within the six putters that have been introduced to the market, Ping have incorporated high moment-of-inertia blades and extremely forgiving, multi-material mid-mallets and mallets. If you only want to consider one of the six newly added putters there’s still an option for every golfer.

This latest family of Ping putters is more affordable than their range of PLD Milled putters but they aren’t quite as technologically advanced.

What technology can be found in the new Ping range of putters?

Two Face Technologies

There are two different face technologies and materials to choose from in Ping’s latest range of putters. The firmer feeling shallowed milled face features in the Anser 2, Anser D, B60, and Tyne H, while the Fetch and Ketsch G sport a softer PEBAX insert.

Anti-Glare Finish

In order to prevent glare from the putter heads that haven’t been coated in the black PVD, Ping have introduced a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish that helps you concentrate more when you’re over the ball.

Aligned For Accuracy

The six new putters added by Ping all have some form of an alignment aid. Depending on how much assistance you need when lining up your putts or ensuring the face is square at impact, you’ll be able to find a suitable putter within Ping’s latest range of putters.

What do Ping say about the new range of putters?

John K. Solheim, Ping CEO and President

“The Ping Putter line combines modern design advancements with the proven technologies that helped Ping set the standard in putter design 65 years ago.

“In this line, our engineers took a more individual approach with our most popular models, applying variations of our score-lowering innovations like perimeter weighting and optimized center of gravity placement while further differentiating them through face technology and alignment features.

“It’s a very diverse offering but the one thing they all have in common is they offer precision performance on putts of every length. Golfers will have an easy time matching a model to fit their putting style, preferred alignment cues, and desired feel.”

Ping 2024 Putters

Price: $229.00
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This blade putter is similar to the timeless Anser Ping first created over 50 years ago but the Anser 2 is slightly longer and narrower than the Anser.

The Anser 2 sports a shallow milled face which delivers a firm response and consistent roll and it also features a new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.

Alignment aid with this putter comes from the single contrasting black line that runs through the ball-width cavity behind the putter face.
Price: $229.00
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Created with the consultation of Tour pros, the Anser D has a deeper "D" profile than the original Anser or Anser 2 delivering a hybrid between a blade putter and a mallet putter.

The Anser D provides additional stability and forgiveness over the smaller profile Anser putters. Thanks to the larger profile the Anser D has a longer alignment line that contrasts with the new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.

This putter features a shallow milled face that ensures a solid response and undeviating roll.
Price: $229.00
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The famous B60 is a fan favorite and it returns as part of this latest range of Ping putters with a shallow milled face and sporting the new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.

Golfers familiar with the B60 will be accustomed to the thin top line and rounded ballasts of this hybrid between a blade putter and a mallet putter.

This putter is incredibly balanced and forgiving. The B60 features contour shaping and a black contrasting alignment line.
Price: $229.00
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The Tyne H sports a twin-fork design which is paired with an Anser hosel that helps with alignment and ensuring the face is square at impact. Add this to the ball-width cavity and contrasting white alignment line and you have a mallet putter that promotes confident aiming.

The shallow milled face features on the Tyne H to deliver a firmer response and unwavering roll. With premier weighting and an optimized CG position the Tyne H is incredibly balanced, stable, and forgiving.
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This mallet putter sports a dual-density PEBAX face insert which delivers a soft yet responsive feel.

The most striking feature of the Fetch is the round cutout in the center of the putter head which isn't only a useful addition for retrieving your ball out of the hole, but it also creates discretionary mass used to increase MOI and forgiveness.

Stradling the central cutout are two black alignment lines, a ball-width apart, that contrast with the new glare-diffusing raw blast finish.
Price: $229.00
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$229.00
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$279.99
Experience extreme forgiveness and stability from the Ketsch G thanks to its aluminum body and stainless steel sole plate that's been paired with an optimized CG.

The dual-density PEBAX face insert produces a soft feel with solid feedback. One solid white line runs through the entirety of the center of the putter head to help with alignment, and two shorter white lines run parallel to the centre line creating a ball-width to assist with alignment.

The Ketsch G sports a ball pickup feature on the sole which is extremely convenient for retrieving your golf ball but it also allows for mass redistribution to increase MOI.

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About the author

James Hogg is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer, with expert knowledge in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James Hogg – Golf Equipment Writer

James has a degree in English Language from Newcastle University and an MA in Journalism from Kingston University.

He spent seven years working for American Golf as part of the sales and fitting team alongside his studies and is a specialist in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James took up golf as a teenager and, thanks largely to his length and consistency off the tee, he plays off a handicap of 4.7 at Cleveland Golf Club.

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