PING has launched its new PING Nome putter, the same putter that Hunter Mahan used en route to his recent WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship victory in Arizona.

“It felt great immediately and it gave me a lot of confidence so I could just trust my aim and stroke the ball freely,” said Mahan, who added the putter to his bag after an alignment-testing session.

“Long putts, big-breaking putts. I felt like I could make just about any putt I looked at,” added the American, after carding 35 birdies in the week.

The PING Nome‘s ability to improve aim is a result of the putter’s black alignment bar and contrasting white sightline.

 

The PING Nome putter at address

Golfers can determine their stroke type using the iPING Fit feature on the club maker’s new iPING putter app, a free download through the App Store.

The PING Nome putter, which is precision milled from high-grade aluminum and features tungsten weighting in the sole, arrives in shops from early April.

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