SKU:
00050033

Sigma 2 Tyne Putter -Stealth

$219.99
SKU:
00050033

Sigma 2 Tyne Putter -Stealth

$219.99
SKU:
00050033

Product details

Ping Sigma 2 Tyne Putter - Stealth

Acquire an entire new performance in touch, feel and stability with the Ping Sigma 2 Putter line. Featuring an innovative Dual Durometer Face insert made of highly responsive Pebax elastomer, paired with a firm back layer, Sigma 2 Putters return energy efficiently by soaking up vibrations for an all around better appeal on the green. Also added to the Sigma 2 Line of putters is TR Technology for precision face patterns that provide full forgiveness and a much softer feel that will help keep consistent ball speed and an adjustable design allowing a customized length between 32” and 36”.

The Sigma 2 Tyne Putter is a mallet design with a heavy head that can be custom built as face-balanced or mid-hang to be optimized for straight or slight-arc stroke types.

Sigma 2 Tyne Putter - Stealth Features:

  • Dual-Durometer Face - soft responsive face paired with a firm back layer
  • TR Technology - precision face pattern helps forgiveness and improves accuracy
  • Self Fitting Design - allows for experimentation with length for a custom fit design
  • Putter Type: Mallet
  • Head Weight: 365 grams
  • Loft: 3° (+/- 2°)
  • Lie Angle: 20° (+/-2°)
  • Finish: Stealth
  • Stroke Type: Straight or Slight Arc
  • Available in Right and Left hand
  • Available Length with Adjustable Shaft (32” - 36”) range: 33", 34" and 35"
  • USGA conforming adjustable length shaft
  • Headcover Included
  • Men’s Putter
  • Ping
  • Available Grips:
    • PP60 - Midsize and lightweight, designed to fit the contours of the hand with flat tops and sides
    • PP61 - Slightly heavier than the PP60 with an exaggerated pistol shape
    • PP62 - Lightweight with a larger more rounded shape


PING is an American manufacturer of golf equipment, based in Phoenix, Arizona. Ping was founded by Karsten Solheim, following a career as an engineer at the General Electric company. In 1959, he started making putters in his garage in Redwood City, California.

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