A steel weight in the heel and tungsten in the toe create forgiveness, and this Ping model’s parallel and perpendicular visual cues make alignment easier. Its geometries fit the eye, and for strong-arc players the Kushin 4 promotes a confident, consistent putting stroke.
Shallow, Uniform Grooves
Shallower grooves that are uniform depth across the face combine with the dual-durometer insert to provide a soft feel and consistent roll.
The front layer of Pebax is softer for precision on shorter putts and the back layer is firmer to ensure distance control.
Different materials of varying densities (17-4 SS, tungsten, aluminum) increase MOI and optimize the CG for more forgiveness and are applied to multiple head geometries with a variety of alignment options.
Beyond fitting comfortably and naturally into your hands, three 2021 putter grips help you set up with better awareness of the putter face and they promote proper wrist rotation to help build a consistent stroke.
Fetch Ball-Pickup Feature
The cutout in the 2021 Fetch isn’t visible at address, and it isn’t a novelty but effective at fetching the ball without bending, and the weight saved is distributed to the perimeter for stability and forgiveness.
New Harwood Model
Multi-material engineering provides a high MOI owing to tungsten weighting at each corner while creating a distinctive mallet design offering parallel and perpendicular alignment cues that make aiming easy.