PING adds three new models to PLD Milled putter line

PING has expanded its precision-milled putter series with the addition of three new PLD Milled models.

The PLD Milled Anser D, Oslo 4 and Anser 2 in matte black (RRP £399) join four tour-validated models introduced last year.

The range combines standard-setting favourites like the Anser and newer, tour-inspired models like the DS72 – the choice of multiple-time winner Viktor Hovland. The Anser D and Oslo 4 are entirely new, high-MOI designs, developed in collaboration with PING professionals Bubba Watson and Tyrrell Hatton respectively. The new Anser 2 is distinguished by its matte-black finish and retains all the technology and performance of the satin finish version introduced last year.

All seven designs in the family are fully machined from forged, 303 stainless steel. Each model features Deep AMP (Aggressive Milling Pattern) face technology, precisely milled for tour-preferred sound, feel and speed. More than four hours of milling time are required for every model, precisely shaping every surface and radius.

Anser D (Matte-black finish)
A fresh take on the enduring Anser, the winningest putter of all time. Designed with tour pro input as a hybrid between the classic blade and a mid-mallet with its added forgiveness, single white alignment line contrasting against the matte-black head, and a deeper (D) profile. More mass in the head helps stabilise the stroke and assists in delivering more consistency.

Anser 2 (Matte-black finish)
The matte-black head contrasts against the short, single white alignment line to draw the eye forward, eliminate distractions and make aiming easier. Differs from the classic Anser with its longer, slimmer profile that appeals to the eye and inspires confidence at address. Shares the Anser’s heel-toe weighting to provide stability and forgiveness.

Oslo 4 (Matte-black finish)
A favoured mallet shape of tour pros, the highly forgiving Oslo is equipped with an Anser 4-style hosel to make it a good fit for strong-arc stroke types. The full-length alignment line contrasts with the matte-black head to form an appealing address profile and draw the eye forward. Contoured ballasting cascades to a cavity floor with subtle etched lines that assist in aiming.