PING Introduces New i25 Club Series, Karsten Putters

When PING Golf announces an upgrade to its equipment offerings, the golf world listens. Unlike some competitors, PING typically reveals new equipment once, maybe twice a year. That’s why the announcement of the new i25 club series should grab your attention.

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According to a press release from PING, the new club series is meant to be comprehensive and will deliver massive upgrades in distance across each club. The series includes the new i25 driver, irons, fairway woods, and hybrids.

In addition to the i25 release, PING is also unveiling its new Karsten club series upgrade, which includes the long, high-flying Karsten hybrid/iron set and the innovative Karsten TR putters.

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“Our constant push for innovation continues to inspire technologies that help every type of golfer play better,” said John A. Solheim, PING Chairman & CEO. “The new metal woods and irons carry a common theme of increased distance but are engineered with the improved consistency, forgiveness and feel that we design into all PING clubs. Together with a proper fitting to determine the best combination of models, golfers can expect improved performance throughout their set. To help golfers make more putts, our patented variable-depth-groove technology is milled directly into the face of the new Karsten TR series, yielding unmatched distance control.”

PING has long been dedicated to helping golfers of any talent level enjoy the game more. From the looks of these clubs, I think it is safe to say that this year’s product offerings will not disappoint.

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