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Review: Ping Sydney Putter


The Ping Sydney putters were designed to have a very high MOI. By doing this it would increase forgiveness and help prevent the putter from twisting too much when it makes contact with the ball.

The Ping Sydney putter also features an aiming assistance that is provided by a bold red alignment bar. The solid feel at impact will greatly please the user, and will help build confidence on even the most treacherous greens.

The Ping Sydney putter is designed for a straight back and through stroke. It has also been designed with a symmetrical shape that helps set the putter up in a nice, square position. The putter also has an extreme perimeter weighting system that is one of the main reasons for the high MOI. This high moment of inertia will help make sure your ball gets closer to the hole than it would without the Ping Sydney putter.

Overall, the new series of Ping putters have all been making some noise in 2011. The Anser Milled putter and the Ping Scottsdale have both earned high praise similar to the Sydney. It’s safe to say that this new line of 2011 putters from Ping are going to be around for a long time.

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Written by Gary Lee

Founder of Bunkers Paradise, Father, Husband, Son, Brother, Friend and Golfer. Twitter @MrGaryLee | LinkedIn.com/MrGaryLee

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