Summing Up PING Sigma G Putters

PING Sigma G

Karsten Solheim started the PING golf company by making putters. I know this isn’t news to the majority of you, but it is important. PING takes the same revolutionary putter design thinking Karsten Solheim originally had and puts it into the Sigma G line. PING Sigma G putters use new face-milling and insert technology in putters for everyone type of golfer. Here’s an overview of the putters and how they stand out from others in the putter market.

PING Sigma G Putter Face Technology

Ping Sigma G insert

The clubface on a putter is one of the most important aspects of its design. Ideally, the club face creates a consistent roll and feel, helping you putt better. To create this consistency, the PING Sigma G putters use a high energy Pebax elastomer insert. The insert fits behind an anodized 6061 aluminum face and covers almost the entire face. This combination gives a soft feel at impact without slowing ball speed, something many putters struggle with. Putters with a soft feel can lead to the loss of ball speed, making it hard to control distance. PING’s High-Tech face on the Sigma G putters prevents that from happening.

Ping Sigma G True Roll Face

PING Sigma G putters also feature the company’s signature True Roll face technology. The grooves on the face are deeper in the center and shallower toward the heel and toe. The deeper areas actually slow down ball speed while the shallow areas speed it up. With this effect, shots hit on the heel and toe travel nearly the same distance as shots hit in the center of the club. Translation? There is lots of forgiveness, across the entire face of the club. All that forgiveness leads to fewer 3 putts!

PING Sigma G Line Has A Look For Everyone

Ping Sigma G wolverine t
PING Sigma G Wolverine T

The look of a putter is very much in the eye of the beholder. Manufacturers often try to release several models of a putter line in order to have something for everyone. PING is no exception here. The PING Sigma G line has a total of 16 different models. They range from the classic Anser to the futuristic looking Wolverine T model, and everything in between. The Doon (CB) and Kinloch CB, are counterbalanced putters, with heavier heads and shafts for a smoother putting stroke. Each model in the line has a unique shape and sight line to help with alignment. The head weight also varies with each model, making getting fit for the proper stroke important.

Grip Options

The standard putters in the PING Sigma G line come with either the Ping PP60, a midsize pistol tapered grip or the oversized PP62 round grip. The counterbalanced models feature the CB60, a 17” grip featuring a 130-gram counterweight in the butt end creating stability.

The Final Result of PING Sigma G Putters

With looks, feel, and forgiveness, the PING Sigma G line of putters should be a top consideration for those looking to putt better.

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Rudi Fann

Rudi Fann has been a Class “A” member of the PGA of America since 2008. He began his career in 1998 as the Assistant Golf Professional at Wake Forest Golf Club in Wake Forest, NC. In 2002, Rudi accepted a similar position at Rio Mar Country Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. He spent a year there before moving to Nipomo, CA where he worked at Blacklake Golf Resort. Over the next 10 years, he worked his way from Assistant Golf Professional to Head Golf Professional and finally Director of Golf Operations. In his time at Blacklake, Rudi devoted much of his time to running tournaments and other activities in order to create a social atmosphere at the club. After Blacklake, Rudi spent one year as Head Golf Professional at Paso Robles Golf Club before deciding to return home to North Carolina. Since returning to North Carolina, Rudi has worked with the First Tee of the Triangle helping to instill life skills and core values through the game of golf to local youth.