For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 21 new putters to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Ping 2021 putters. You can find the full list of putters and test results here.
Anser, Anser 2, Anser 4, Harwood, Kushin 4, CA 70, DS 72, Tyne 4, Fetch, Oslo H, Tyne C
Our take: Ping’s new 2021 putters are packed with tech on the face to help golfers roll the ball better, but from address “they’re clean and sharp looking,” as a GOLF tester described. White toplines against black chrome finishes proved to be decipherable alignment aids as well. On the feel scale, Ping’s new face designs registered “marshmallow soft, in a good way,” according to one tester.
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Ping 2021 Putters
The details: To deliver the soft feel our tester enjoyed, the 2021 line is built using dual-durometer Pebax face inserts. The putters also feature weights in the toe and heel sections that increase forgiveness, and they have face grooves to help with speed consistency. While there’s a whopping 11 head models in the lineup, two notable designs stick out: the Cameron Champ–inspired Tyne 4 and the Viktor Hovland–inspired DS 72 — each developed through Ping’s impressive Putting Lab Design (PLD) program.