Ping Putter Cover
To protect your prized , you would want each of them to have a of its own. Putter head covers are good accessories for keeping one’s golf clubs as good as new and maintaining their value as time passes.
If the Ping putters you own happen to fit any of the following descriptions: contour mallet putter, contour putter, blade putter, iN putter, i-Series Craz-E putter, or Karsten 1959 putter, then you can avail of a Ping putter cover that is made particularly for each of these items. The contour putter head covers, available for the heel-toe and the mallet styles of putter, are black/grey and made from nylon/polyester blend. For the heel-toe model, the Ping putter cover has a stretch-fit neck. These putter covers have compression-molded panels for additional protection from nicks and abrasions.
With the Ping putter cover for blade putters, the design is compression molded because this putter cover is a contour head cover that provides added protection for putters as well as for metal woods. Interchangeable tags are included with fairway wood and hybrid covers. The putter cover also features a stretch-fit neck that can accommodate most clubs and allow the covers to be effortlessly removed and put back on. Every unit of this Ping putter cover is prepackaged for convenient retail display.
The Velcro blade putter cover fits comfortably over a putter that may be up to 5″ long. It is black, with acrylic pile lining and a full-length Velcro closure, for protecting the putter.
Ping iN Wack-E putter head cover has a magnetic closure. These head covers are included with the putters that they match.
Putters in Ping’s i-Series, like the Wack-E, the Half Wack-E, and the Craz-E, come with a free matching head cover to protect them. You can purchase a brand-new Ping putter cover for i-Series blade putters that is in black, orange, and silver. JAS Craz-D, Redwood ZB, and Redwood D66 are also Ping clubs that each come with a free matching putter head cover of their own.
The Karsten series blade putter cover is black, with white and gray accents. It is designed for any Ping blade putter. Ping also has slip-on neoprene covers that stretch to fit the putters.
Norwegian-born mechanical engineer Karsten Solheim made the first Ping putter in 1959, in his garage in Redwood City, California. The original putter that he designed and crafted was called the Ping 1-A, and its name is, in truth, an example of onomatopoeia, coming from the “ping!” sound when the putter made contact with the golf ball.