PING Cadence TR Ketsch Optimal Putter - Slight Arc
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Maximize potential on the green with a Cadence TR Ketsch Optimal Putter. Designed with the importance of stroke tempo in mind, the Optimal model features a 355g sole plate, allowing golfers to be fit for their tempo. New True-Roll grooves precision milled into the face vary in width and depth to provide superior distance control. A dark finish and contrasting alignment lines give the PING® Cadence TR Ketsch Optimal Putter clean, sleek style.
- PING® Fit for Stroke™ System: This putter is designed for golfers with a Slight Arc Putting Stroke
- Designed in response to research proving that stroke tempo is key to consistency and holing more putts
- Optimal model features a 355g sole plate, allowing golfers to be fit for their specific swing tempo
- Mallet-style head designed for golfers with a slight arc swing path for consistency and line of sight
- Next generation True-Roll grooves precision milled into the face vary in width and depth for control
- Color contrasting alignment aids on the back cavity for improved accuracy
- Dark contrasting finish reduces glare and increases confidence at address
- Durable PING® headcover protects putter in between uses
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 56551326
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg Stable, consistent putter As far as I am concerned this Ping Ketsch putter easily out performs my previous Scotty blade style putter. The ball rolls true off of the face, feel is soft but not without feeling. The club provides moderate feedback on less than perfect strikes and you are not punished for a bad stroke. The ball continues on your intended path (unlike my blade style putter). The head weight keeps the club stable and helps me maintain a smooth back swing. The alignment lines with the contrasting black head make Short putts 3-5 feet almost automatic with this club. My long lag putts have also improved since I started gaming this club. I would recommend this club for anyone (like me) who struggles with blade type putters. April 19, 2015
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