PING Sigma 2 Putters Bring Adjustability

New putters from PING bring adjustable length shafts and dual durometer face. Available in 10 different options, the new PING Sigma 2 is available for pre-order from authorized retailers immediately.

Upon first inspection, you will not notice any adjustability or gimmick to it. PING did a tremendous job of making this super functional, without any bulk unnecessary items. The putters are completely USGA conforming, and designed so one putter can be used to fit any golfer that falls into 32″ to 36″.

The way it works is rather simple. You have an adjustment tool that inserts into the top of the grip and with each full turn, the length moves about 1/4 of an inch up or down depending on if you want shorter or longer. The grip itself stays unchanged and perfectly aligned the entire time.

Dual-Durometer Face
The soft, responsive face in the Sigma 2 putters is the result of an innovative dual-durometer PEBAX face material. The softer front layer ensures the precision necessary for shorter, delicate must-makes. The firmer back layer offers the solid feedback and distance control required for holing longer-range putts and improving overall consistency. Touch and pace are further improved with PING’s patented TR face pattern, which varies in depth and pitch to speed up off-center impacts for consistent ball speeds.

Models: Kushin C, Arna, ZB 2, Anser, Fetch, Tyne 4, Wolverine H and Valor
Prices Range fro m$215 to $235

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  • Really a cool feature that will help golfers get length dialed in without cutting and/or adding extensions. Do wonder about how heavy, in a static weight sense, the putter is with this feature.

  • It would seem you can not change grips with this set up but I could be mistaken. If that is the case, I can see that being a turn off to a lot of golfers who have a grip they prefer to use on their putters. Any more information on that would be helpful!

  • PING is offering 3 proprietary pistol grips for users to be able to work with.

  • Nice! I’m thinking a new Ping Tyne 4 will be in my bag soon.

  • Wondering why this is necessary? So let’s say you are already fitted for a 33″ putter. Why would you even purchase such a putter? I can see if you use it as a fitting tool for your initial putter fitting but once you are set at 33″, why would you ever change? Are you going to manipulate the putter after you jack up 38 putts one round? “Let’s try it at 35″ this time and see what happens?” Doubtful. Unlike drivers that are changed for loft & lie constantly with the optifit hosel, putters are normally at a static length & that’s it. Once you’re fit at 33″, that’s where it stays.
    Unless I’m off base here but I don’t see the need for it once you are fit & comfortable at a certain length.

  • The adjustable length is cool. But I really want to try the dual durometer face. That intrigues me the most. In Anser style.

  • I think its a Interesting concept and I like the ability to adjust the Height. I have experimented with different length putters.

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