Traditional PING putters with a modern twist

New Karsten 1959 series revealed

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Wed, 12 Jan 2011
Traditional PING putters with a modern twist

In the tradition of its most recognizable and and successful putters, Ping is introducng a new line of Karsten 1959 putters, celebrating the year when the late founder Karsten Solheim created his first putter.

Iconic designs like the Anser, Zing, B60 and Craz-E have been upgraded using high-performance materials and modern manufacturing processes to produce a collection of putters, which the makers say will help build confidence when placed behind the ball.

They feature a thin, satin-finish top line a clean look and 'spot-on 'alignment, with an elastomer insert behind the face to soften the feel while the traditional steel face helps deliver solid, reliable feedback through the hands.

Priced at £85, the Karsten 1959 putters can be custom-fitted to suit  a golfer's eye and individual strokes. Models  include: Anser 2, B60, Zing, My Day and Anser X. The new Craz-E version will cost £105.