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Primed for Playoffs

Posted: 22nd August 2018

22082018Nine PING pros are among the top 125 players who qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs that begin Thursday at the Northern Trust.

PING’s highest-ranked player in the FedExCup is Bubba Watson at fifth. He’s a three-time winner this season and still one of the PGA Tour’s prodigious drivers. Tony Finau, third in driving distance and 12th in points, has twice been runner-up this season among his eight top 10s.
 
Andrew Landry and Austin Cook earned their way into the playoffs with wins and high finishes. Louis Oosthuizen had third- and fifth-place results this season. Englishman Tyrrell Hatton is a FedExCup rookie on the strength of four top 10s — two in WGC events, two at majors.

PING Pros' strong showing at Masters

Posted: 12th April 2018

20180412Not only did a G400 LST driver contribute to the win, three PING pros finished insidethe top 12 and there were several positive PING story lines coming out of the Masters.  Bubba Watson earned a T5 and displayed the big distance and laser-sharp accuracy of a two-time champion. He led the field in greens in regulation at 77.78%, hitting 56 of 72. With his G400 LST, he was T2 in driving accuracy at 83.93% (47/56), and was 3rd in average driving distance at 303.75 yards.  Playing in his first Masters, Tony Finau, after dislocating his ankle celebrating his hole-in-one during the par-3 contest on Wednesday (and popping it back into place himself), gutted out a T10 on a badly bruised and swollen ankle, earning an automatic invite to next year’s Masters. In fact, he saved his low round for last, firing a 66 on Sunday.  Louis Oosthuizen, a PING Apparel Ambassador, played all four rounds under par and will be back in 2019 year after finishing T12.