Cadence TR models advance putter fitting by utilizing different-weight face inserts to fit golfers for their stroke tempo and feel preference. Traditional-weight inserts (blue in color) typically fit mid-to-faster tempos and can improve lag putting. Heavy inserts (black) match slower strokes and can lead to better results on shorter putts. True-Roll face technology provides unmatched ball-speed consistency, the key to holing more putts and reducing three-putts.
Engineered to fit a golfer's stroke tempo and feel preference, Cadence TR models advance putter fitting by varying head weights utilizing different-weight face inserts. Traditional-weight heads feature an aluminum insert (blue face and grip) to fit mid-to-faster tempos, and offer help with lag putting. Heavy versions (black face and grip) have a stainless steel insert, adding approximately 25 grams for slower tempos and can improve results on shorter putts. Both the blue and black PP58 Midsize grips weigh the same.
Every model features True-Roll face technology, which provides consistent ball speeds across the precision-milled face, the key to holing more putts and reducing three-putts. PING studies show a nearly 50% increase in ball-speed consistency.
Weight differentiation in the high-MOI original Ketsch mallet is achieved with 17-4 stainless steel sole plates (355g and 388g) that vary in thickness. The Ketsch Mid has a 30% smaller head and is available with a stainless steel sole plate (350g head) or tungsten nickel (375g head). In the Ketsch family, both the traditional and heavy inserts are black. The putter heads and are precision milled at PING.
Models are available to fit any stroke type, and all feature a black PVD finish and white alignment lines. Optional adjustable-length shafts range from 31" to 38" on the conventional models. The Anser 2 CB counter-balanced model is 38" and available only in a 400g Traditional weight; its adjustable-shaft range is 34" to 40". All Cadence TR models can be custom-ordered in a counter-balanced version with a 50g weight in the shaft and a 17-inch grip.