Ping releases camo-, paintball-inspired PLD2 Ketsch Camo putters

Ping releases camo-, paintball-inspired PLD2 Ketsch Camo putters

During the 2017 Masters, Ping introduced a pair of new camo-inspired PLD2 Ketsch models, using a unique graphic-application process to create some visually striking, unique putter heads.

One model, the Camo Ketsch Realtree Xtra, has a paintball-inspired application, while the other, the Camo Ketsch Muddy Girl, has a camo feel to it. They're limited-edition models out of the Ping Putting Lab Design.

The graphics were applied using a proprietary Permodize anodized sealing process, on the milled 6061 aluminum head, creating a durable shell.

Each head comes with contrasting sightlines to ease aiming, and theĀ 17-4 stainless steel sole weights lower center of gravity for forward roll sooner. TR face technology helps speed control across the face, while a stainless steel sole plate completes the head. The stepless shaft has a brushed, non-glare finish that eliminates reflections.

The Ping PLD2 Camo Ketsch Realtree Xtra and Camo Ketsch Muddy Girl putters are available for pre-order for $325 each.

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