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Golf Australia Express : July 2013 - THE OPEN
IF PING has ever produced a poor putter, we must admit, we haven't seen it. The newest flatstick out of the putting giant's stable—the Nome TR—is not short on impressive qualities either. Boasting variable-depth grooves milled directly into the face—an innovation that greatly assists in distance control—the new model also offers a bold alignment feature to make the popular mallet-style head easy to aim. Add a non-glare matte-black body, white alignment bar and contrasting black sight-line and you've got yourself a mallet that's even easier to line up. Milled from high-grade aircraft aluminum, it's high MOI and extreme forgiveness come from the balance of a lightweight head and perimeter weighting in the form of tungsten- composite sole weights. As part of Ping's 'Fit for Stroke' system, three different shaft bends are available to fit Straight, Slight Arc, or Strong Arc putting strokes. Don't act like you're not impressed. OTG Hammering It Home THE NOME TR RETAILS FOR $390 WITH A FIXED-LENGTH SHAFT, OR $450 WITH ADJUSTABLE-LENGTH.
June 2013-US OPEN
August 2013 - PGA Championship