Available in small quantities this all-new, limited release, limited edition PING PLD Prime Tyne 4 Putter inspired by Cameron Champ is now available! (You can get your online here)
Heppler Putters are now available for pre-order and are expected to ship March 5. The Heppler putters offer a machined, solid face for golfers who prefer a firmer impact feel and sound. Multi-material (cast aluminum and steel) mallets and mid-mallets provide extreme forgiveness and optimal CG for accuracy and consistency. A premium, contrasting copper and… Continue reading →
Morton Golf Sales is one of the very few accounts in the United States that has an authorized internet account with ping and is one of fewer still that actually use this special department inside their tour department, called PING WRX, to build one-of-a-kind special works of art specific to each customer that wants it.
Morton Golf is one of the few retailers in the country that uses a program that PING makes available called PING WRX where you gain the ability to add a number of customizations to your new PING putter.
Setting new standards in combined MOI and forgiveness for a driver, PING has introduced the new G400 Max driver along with the G700 irons, Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges and PING Vault 2.0 putters. The new products are available for pre-order now. “We’re on a mission to help golfers play better, and we know that starts… Continue reading →
Find out what’s in the bag of Morton Golf’s own Director of Player Development, Tom Morton, as he prepares for his first PGA Tour event – the Barracuda Championship. Today, Wednesday, August 2, 2017, begins the practice round for the Barracuda Championship at Montrêux Golf & Country Club in Reno, Nevada. Morton Golf’s own Director of… Continue reading →
PING today introduced two new Anser putters that advance the legendary Anser design handcrafted decades earlier by founder Karsten Solheim. The new TR 1966 Anser and Anser 2 arrive as PING is celebrating the iconic Anser model’s 50th birthday. In developing the new putters, PING engineers relied on 3D scans of the original Anser and… Continue reading →