Ping Golf Unveils Camo Putters

Limited Edition Models Combine Technology and Style
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Putter design is an artistic genre in its own right, but once again Ping Golf goes its own gorgeous way with its new, limited edition Camo Ketsch models. Want to stand out on the green and show your patriotic side while taking advantage of Ping’s vaunted performance and engineering standards? Give these wands a look.

Merging an innovative graphic application process with high-performance heads precision-milled at Ping, the Camo Ketsch Realtree Xtra, and Camo Ketsch Muddy Girl are part of the lab’s efforts to advance new putter design, technology and engineering concepts.

“The first thing that grabs you is the incredible detail of the camo design that makes these putters distinctive in the marketplace,” said John A. Solheim, Ping Chairman & CEO. “We chose the award-winning Ketsch for this project because of its popularity with golfers and its unique geometry. Using a proprietary Permodize anodized sealing process, we apply the multi-colored camo graphic to the milled 6061 aluminum head. The graphic permeates the material with vibrant and rich detail while creating an extremely hard, durable shell. The results are two putters that look amazing, perform great, and showcase our commitment to manufacturing innovations.”

Contrasting sightlines make the Ketsch easy to aim, and 17-4 stainless steel sole weights yield a low center of gravity for faster forward roll and exceptional stability. The patented TR face technology ensures speed control across the face. Both the Realtree Xtra and Muddy Girl models are milled from 6061 aluminum at PING in Phoenix to ensure the precise engineering detail of the Ketsch design. The stainless steel sole plate undergoes a nitriding finishing process, commonly used in the aerospace industry, which diffuses nitrogen onto the surface of the metal to harden the surface. The stepless shaft has a brushed, non-glare finish that eliminates reflections and further distinguishes the look of both putters.

“The complex geometry of the Ketsch model really challenged us to execute the process to its fullest extent,” Solheim said. “We achieved unmatched image quality that would be impossible to replicate with other manufacturing methods. This type of technology has functional and decorative applications that we look forward to utilizing in the future.”

The PLD2 Camo Ketsch putters retail for $325 and are available for pre-order at Ping authorized golf shops or at

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