Monday, 19 July 2010

Putting plays key role at 2010 Open

We forecasted that putting and putters would play a big part at the Open this year owing to the vast size of the greens at St Andrews – the largest being about an acre. Poulter commented that much of his game had been on form but his putting had been “abysmal”. Similarly for Woods, who tried out a new putter the first for 11 years, he too had little luck with few balls dropping. This resulted in him changing his putter for the final round.

Louis Oosthuizen, on the other hand, smiled his way around the course with a putter that performed all week. And the logo on his hat - Ping - gave it all away. He has been using Redwood Anser, a series that includes D66, Piper, Zing, ZB. The range is named after Redwood City, Pings birthplace. They are 100% milled from 303 stainless steel and offered in two finishes: Black Nickel or Black Satin. They are putters for those looking for classic lines and great performance.

Check out the Ping putter range – there will be one for you from as little as £59.99!

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