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Today’s new equipment designs have become more intricate and sophisticated. Engineering trends have focused on several areas in order to uncover performance improvements. Repositioning weight inside a club head and increasing the moment of inertia (MOI) properties have been the two most popular ways engineers have focused their efforts on. Four years ago, TaylorMade introduced the original r7 driver that incorporated adjustable and interchangeable weights. This platform has essentially been confined to driver models, until now.
Ping made its name in the business through its putters. Nearly 50 years ago in Redwood City, California the late Karsten Solhein discovered that placing heavier weight in the heel and toe of the putter head created stability. Resistance to twisting in the most significant scoring club in anyone’s bag is about to get a make over of sorts.
Ping has introduced the iWi Putters series built with a 17-4 stainless body that combines a two-piece insert of 304 stainless steel and elastomer.

This putter line also features steel or tungsten weights that are interchangeable. Each model (available in six versions: Anser, Zing, B60, D66, Craz-E and