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Ping putter loft and lie angle

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hypergolf    0
What is the standard (Black Dot) lie angle and loft of Ping putter? I couldn't find it on their website. And does red dot meand 0.75* less than black dot putter lie angle? Thanks.

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hypergolf    0
Go to their site. Select putters. Upper right hand corner select colorcode.

Found the standard loft which is 3* but could not find the lie angle. Is it 70* or 71*? Thanks.

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Gapwedge    0
On Ping.com join the Ping Community and ask that question. I also call them from time to time. They have great customer service and I always like hearing from the horse's mouth on specific Ping questions. Hope that helps.

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On Ping.com join the Ping Community and ask that question. I also call them from time to time. They have great customer service and I always like hearing from the horse's mouth on specific Ping questions. Hope that helps.

Thanks GW. I found the answer pretty quickly with a easy search!

For the OP: Standard Lie is 70 Deg.

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socalsharky    0
I talked to Ping today and thought I would update this thread with current info. The product rep confirmed that the standard Ping putter lie is 70 degrees, and standard loft is 3 degrees. However, the color codes used for putters are the old color codes, NOT the ones they currently use for irons. Here are the putter color codes:

Black - Standard
Red - 1 degree flat
Orange - 2 degrees flat
Brown - 3 degrees flat
Gold - 4 degrees flat

I did not discuss the upright color codes with him, but I would assume they follow the same pattern, in 1 degree increments, going more upright:

Blue
Green
White
Silver
Maroon

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