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Ping Sydney Putter

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

The Sydney, Ping’s latest high MOI design, just hit the market and after rolling a few putts on our practice green, I am a believer!  40+ years ago, Ping invented the modern day putter and once again, they have set the bar quite high.  The Sydney, is Ping’s anser, no pun intended, to Scotty Cameron’s Kombi putter as well as Taylormade’s popular Spider putter.  The Sydney is made of high-grade lightweight aluminum that contains three 8-gram tungsten weights for maximum forgiveness and optimal center of gravity position.  Besides the crisp feel, the Sydney’s greatest strength is it’s ability to resist twisting so putts stay on line from the moment of impact.  The symmetrical shape and extreme perimeter weighting gives this putter an extremely high MOI.  A distinctive red alignment bar arches from the top line of the face to the back portion of the head for easy alignment and provides a square, balanced top-down appearance at address.  I’ll admit that this putter takes some getting used to, but once you start draining putts does the look really matter?   The Ping Sydney is available to ship now and is offered in both right and left hand!