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PING debuts new Vault Series putters in Memphis

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http://www.pgatour.com/equipmentreport/2016/06/06/equipment--ping-debuts-new-vault-series-putters-in-memphis.html

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By Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM

Photos of new PING putters have been filtering out since the Masters when Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen used "EyeMark" prototype mallets for the first time.

It's unclear if either mallet was used in the design of the Vault Series putters. One thing that is certain is PING has new models on the way.

On Monday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, the company debuted four models — Anser 2, Voss, Oslo and Bergen — to TOUR players for testing.

Although PING wouldn't comment on the designs, it's safe to assume the putters are milled, judging from the face and mill marks on the body. The EyeMark logo that was present on the putters made for Westwood and Oosthuizen is also visible on the heel.

Another new addition is a milled pattern on the face that looks decidedly different from the True-Roll (TR) face technology that's been used on recent PING putter offerings.

The variable depth grooves — with the deepest grooves in the center and getting gradually shallower toward the perimeter to equalize ball speed — improved distance control on center-hit and mis-hit putts off the heel or toe. It's not yet known if the new face design serves a similar purpose.

The company also rolled out a new oversized pistol grip on each putter that will likely come on the retail version when it's released to consumers. See the full gallery of the new putters below.

 

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