Recently PING recently their new Sigma G2 series and, most notably, the newest iteration of the Anser putter. The Anser was one of Karsten Solheim’s original designs and is one of the best selling putter styles of all time.
PING recently released the new G Le2 women’s clubs and they are incredible! With a brand new color theme, an aerodynamic design modeled after the G410 driver and a whole new set of shaft options, these clubs are definitely the new leader in the world of woman’s clubs.
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 Sales is one of the few retailers in the country that offers the PING WRX program to our customers and with this, you are able to customize your PING putter in INCREDIBLE ways.
As one of the few online retailers offering customized PING Putters through a program called PING WRX, Morton Golf Sales has the unique ability to offer many customization options for new PING putters being purchased by Morton Golf Sales customers.
Through a program called PING WRX, we are able to offer incredible customization options to our customers and one of those options is custom etching on your new PING putter!
Through a program called PING WRX, Morton Golf is able to offer incredible customization options for customers that are buying PING Putters, one of which is creating a sound slot on your new putter.
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.
PING Putters are some of the most popular putters that have ever been made and have remained one of the top putters for over 50 years.
Although putters may not make it into the spotlight as much as drivers and irons, they are still widely popular. Many companies are working extremely hard to advance the technology allowing the everyday golfer to shoot like the pros and the pros to drive their scores even lower below par!