Mahan and Nome putter highlight big weekend for Ping Golf

Hunter Mahan won the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship this past weekend with bag full of Ping Golf clubs, but it was his putter that stole the show.

Mahan used a Ping Nome “Straight” Stroke putter in Tucson. He put the putter into play shortly before the WHC event. Want a Nome putter? They won’t be available until April.

Ping's Nome Putter

In addition to the Nome putter, Mahan played a Ping G20 driver (9.5 degrees), G20 3-wood (15 degrees) and an i15 hybrid (17 degrees). Mahan played Ping S56 irons (3-9, PW) and Ping Anser Forged wedges (56 and 60 degrees.

Ping Golf also scored big at the Mayakoba Classic as winner John Huh used a Ping G20 driver (7.5 degrees) and Ping S57 irons (3-9, PW) along with a Ping Tour W 52 degree wedge and a Tour W LW (Thin Sole) Rustique finish (58 degrees). Huh’s putter a Ping Scottsdale Wolverine C model.

But wait, there’s more. Angela Stanford won the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore with a Ping i20 driver (10.5 degrees), G20 3 wood (15 degrees), G15 7 wood (21.5 degrees) and a G20 (23 degree) hybrid. She also used the i20 (5-9) irons and Tour S wedges (47, 52, 56, 60). Stanford’s putter was a Scottsdale Anser2.


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