Ping takes center-of-gravity conversation to putters with Ketsch
Center of gravity is a big topic with metalwoods and irons, but it's no less important with putters, especially mallets. A low CG can produce less backward rotation on the ball as it leaves the clubface, reducing skid.
The Ketsch name comes from the town where Ping's German office is located, but the putters are machined at Ping's Phoenix headquarters. The putter will be available in late March with a retail price of $220.