Ping founder Karsten Solheim named to sporting goods Hall of Fame

Karsten Solheim, the founder of Ping and the inventor of some of the most iconic golf clubs in the game’s history including the Anser putter and the perimeter-weighted Eye2 irons, has been named to the National Sporting Goods Association’s Hall of Fame. Solheim, whose son John A. followed in his footsteps and grandson John K. Read more…


The clubs Corey Conners used to win the 2023 Valero Texas Open

When you rank first in strokes gained/approach, strokes gained/tee to green and first in greens in regulation, third in driving accuracy, have the fewest bogeys and are T-1 in birdies, it doesn’t take a maths major to understand you have a good chance to win.

Ping G430 Clubs: What you need to know

Unlocking more speed and distance through engineering innovations like Carbonfly Wrap without sacrificing its forgiveness, Ping has introduced the G430 family.

The clubs Tony Finau used to win the 2022 3M Open

Standing five shots back of third-round leader Scott Piercy after 54 holes, Tony Finau was asked about his chances headed into Sunday at the 3M Open. Finau, a tour veteran, knew the deal.

What you need to know: Ping ChipR

Ping introduces the ChipR, a short-game alternative club that mixes the length of a putter with the loft of a 9-iron to help golfers who struggle with chunked and bladed chips.