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heye622




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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 4:36 am  Post subject:  You Can Configure These Ping Putters Any Other Way You Want Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


The early Ping cast putter models have been among the most adapted in the world, often in very expensive milled carbon and stainless steel versions.

Karsten Solheim pioneered the manufacturer of investment cast club heads for ping putters and irons back in the 1960s. Putter artisans like Scotty Cameron and Bob Bettinardi took putter making to another level by milling putter heads out of a single block of metal.

Nearly a decade after this innovation, the discount ping putters has decided to join in. It's a process that starts with a blank that's hammered into rough form by giant presses and then ground into a final shape before being chromed. Thus, to produce his revolutionary heel or toe weighted cavity back putters, Karsten Solheim applied an investment casting technique to create his clubheads.

But cheap ping putters did allow him to mass-produce putters of extremely consistent quality and innovative shapes. While highly prized collectors' items today, these one-of-a-kind putters were a little crude and sometimes required complex necks to be welded on to the head.

CNC milling makes mass production of milled heads practical, although the process remains more costly and labor intensive than casting. Scotty Cameron ping putters for sale has even gone a step further to produce clubheads in different weights for different length putters.

The ping putters on tour are milled out of 303 stainless steel, a material Cameron began using in 2002 for his Studio Stainless line. The Redwood Anser and Zing heads weigh 340 grams, the Piper head 355 grams. The putters are finished in the same black nickel chrome Ping has been using in its Tour Wedges.

To sum up, if you're into putter covers, I think you'll find the Redwood cover pretty special.



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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:19 pm  Post subject:  (No subject) Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top

It is estimated that the drawings can be sold for 20 WOW gold in the Auction House.


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