New Book Chronicles Nearly 60 Years of PING HistoryAnd The Putter Went Are you a fan of PING, innovation, family, integrity and maybe even humor too? Featuring nearly pictures, many unreleased, the new book chronicles the innovative and influential history of PING. Not with respect to technology, but rather morals. PING does things right and it does them with integrity.
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Ping is coming out with a new book: “And The Putter Went…PING”
By: David Dusek April 24, am. Last year Ping celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Anser putter, one of the most iconic and copied pieces of golf equipment ever. Written by Jeffery B. Ellis, the book is filled with family stories, nearly 1, photographs, drawings of clubs and mechanical devices, and lists of every player who has won a top professional tournament using a Ping putter. I hardly slept that night. Not only was his new putter a step forward in putter design, it had a unique musical marketing angle. The book details the creation and development of woods, irons, wedges, putters and even Ping golf balls.
It takes readers behind the scenes of a genuine American success story that began in the family garage of Karsten Solheim, a Norwegian immigrant and mechanical engineer who invented the PING putter in A limited edition with padded leather binding and gilded edges has a U.
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And The Putter Went PING , is an inspiring and comprehensive look inside the family owned company that revolutionized the way golf equipment was designed and manufactured. The book chronicles PING's heritage and its on-going efforts to advance golf technology for the benefit of golfers of all skill levels. It takes readers behind the scenes of a genuine American success story that began in the family garage of Karsten Solheim, a Norwegian immigrant and mechanical engineer who invented the PING putter in Written by Jeffery B. Nearly 1, pictures, many never-before published, provide a visual history of the brand and Ellis' insightful writing reveals several heart-warming and humorous stories for the first time. More than 70 people were interviewed and thousands of hours were spent researching the company archives and industry periodicals to help illustrate the rich and influential history of the brand named for the sound made by its first product — the PING 1A putter.
Over 1, pictures illustrate over clubs selected from among the most valuable, historical, and rare antique clubs in the world. Hundreds of others are described and identified. The text, written after extensive research in the United States and the United Kingdom, documents not only the clubs but also their makers and users. Original source material is quoted extensively. You may even find a club that you own! Past sales prices are given for a number of the clubs shown, and the clubs are accompanied by photographs of over 60 vintage golf balls from across history. Toggle navigation Site Navigation.