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Ping Cadence TR Anser W Heavy Standard Putter Golf Club Left Hand

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Ping Cadence TR Anser W Heavy Putter Golf Club
   
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Golf Club Condition
New
Brand
Ping
Model
Cadence TR Anser W Heavy
Club
Standard
Dexterity
Left Hand
Player Type
Men
Includes Headcover
Yes
Grip
Standard
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft
Ping Golf
Flex
Putterflex
Length
35′′
Lie Angle
Black Dot Standard
Style
14603
SKU
1030797-AAC-1D7-AB1
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Description

The Ping Cadence TR putter models utilize different weight face inserts to provide the right fit for golfers swing tempo, which is key to a consistent putting stroke. The traditional models have a blue grip and a blue aluminum face insert and is designed for a faster tempo stroke. The heavy models have a black grip and a black steel insert and are designed for a slower tempo stroke. The Cadence TR putters have the next generation True Roll technology grooves that vary in width and depth for ball speed consistency and accuracy. The Anser W is optimal for players with a slight arc putting stroke.

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Features

  • Heavy models are 25g heavier in head weight
  • True Roll grooves for consistent ball speeds and accuracy
  • Numerous models to fit any stroke type

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I'm looking at the 2 used ping putters one has a blue face blue grip and one has a black face with a black grip I don't know how fast my putting stroke is which one should I chose?
asked by Fred F. on 9/9/2016
A
The best way to figure this out would be to look at your putting stroke in regards to length and tempo. If you tend to take a shorter stroke with more of a pop at the ball, the traditional blue model would be the way to go. If you tend to have a longer, more even clock like stroke, the heavy black model would be the best choice.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 9/12/2016

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