PING Nome TR Putter

PING Nome TR Putter

Hand: Right Hand
Length: 35 inch
Grip: PING PP58 Cord Putter Grip - Midsize
Shaft Bend: Slight Arc
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PING Nome TR Putter
Length : 35 inch
Shaft Bend : Slight Arc
Hand : Right Hand
Grip : PING PP58 Cord Putter Grip - Midsize
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The putter is the only club you use on every hole, so it needs to fit you perfectly.

Putter Fitting custom tailors your putter to your stature and style, giving you the best opportunity to roll the ball true on the greens.

A certified fitter determine your proper length, which is important to both the distance and accuracy of a putt and is critical to putting consistent. Loft is fit to optimize the roll of a putt and is a key feature in distance control in putting. We uncover the proper lie to help with the directional control.

In addition, we find the best total weight and swing weight to aid in distance control and the overall feel of the putter. Fit the design of the putter to your ability, and you'll have the best chance to improve your putting statistics, including putts made, 2-putts and total number of putts.

Leave Golf Galaxy with a putter that gives you distance control and a smooth roll of the ball every time you stroke it. Call today to book your Putter Fitting.

Consistency & Ball Alignment
Any experienced golfer will tell you that the most important aspect of putting is proper alignment. When you master the art of alignment, putts will drop like clockwork. While the latest putters offer a wide range of alignment enhancement, finding the right alignment is personal.

  • Loft is a key factor in distance control. Most experts believe that the ideal loft range is anywhere from 4 to 6 degrees.

  • Length of the putter as it fits your stature, and stance over the ball, is essential to improving accuracy and distance control. It's also vital in creating a good line of sight on the green.

  • Lie is a critical factor in directional control. We fit the lie to match your stroke so you roll the ball true every time.

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Product Information

Upgrade your putting abilities with the PING Men's Nome TR Putter. Featuring precision-milled, variable-depth grooves to help create consistent roll and ball speeds. Off-center hits, on the toe or heel, are smoother and have better overall control. The convenient, black-on-white, alignment bar simplifies your setup and helps keep your putts true to their target. Tungsten-composite sole weight optimizes the center of gravity and creates a high moment of inertia for consistent putts on every green.

Variable Depth Grooves:

  • Precision-milled, variable-depth grooves are the deepest in the center of the face and shallower towards the perimeter
  • Varying grooves create more consistent speeds, regardless of where the ball strikes the face
  • Specialty grooves offer the utmost in distance control and feel

Alignment Bar, Sightline:

  • Distinctive white alignment bar with contrasting black sightline allows for easy aiming
  • Mallet styling, combined with a high degree of accuracy, leads to a more confident stroke

Sole Weighting:

  • Tungsten-composite sole weighting in the lightweight, aircraft-aluminum frame optimizes the center of gravity and creates a high moment of inertia
  • Brand : PING
  • Country of Origin : Imported

  • SKU: 14192428
ModelLoftLieLengthHead Weight
Nome TR33", 34", 35"350g
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