PING has expanded its Sigma G line with two new mallet models in the Craze-E and Tyne H.
Featuring TR Face technology and a multi-piece face construction, Sigma G putters are designed to offer great feel, alignment and overall putting performance.
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“By broadening the options for golfers with the Craz-E, an enduring classic, and the eye-catching Tyne H, we’re able to introduce more players of all abilities to the phenomenal feel and full-face forgiveness of the Sigma G putters,” said John A. Solheim, PING Chairman & CEO.
“The uniquely softer feel and satisfying sound come from the combination of high-grade elastomer and fully machined aerospace-grade aluminium over the entire face. With improved ball-speed consistency and forgiveness, golfers will make more putts and gain confidence from any distance, and that’s going to bring down scores.”
The Craze-E design is a favourite among Tour pros, with a ball width centre sight line and heel-toe and back weighting for high MOI.
The Tyne H has an Anser style hosel for a slight arcing stroke, plus a white top-rail sight line on a black finish.
Both putters are available with PING’s Pistol PP60 or PP62 grips.
Price: Craz-E £175, Tyne H £175
Craz-E (Platinum): Straight Stroke Type, 370g, Lie angle adjustable +-2°
Tyne H (Black Nickel): Slight Arc Stroke Type, 370g, Lie angle adjustable +-4°