2010

PING Pro Louis Oosthuizen dominates the Open Championship at St. Andrews. The South African opens with a 7-under 65, the lowest score by an eventual champion, and goes on to win by seven strokes at 16 under par.

2010 Oosthuizen Wins Open

2010

PING Pro Louis Oosthuizen dominates the Open Championship at St. Andrews. The South African opens with a 7-under 65, the lowest score by an eventual champion, and goes on to win by seven strokes at 16 under par.

2010 Ping Putters Consecutive

2010

PING putters are used to win consecutive major championships. PING Pro Louis Oosthuizen wins the Open Championship with a Redwood Anser (pictured on the left). The winner of the PGA Championship relies on a Karsten Series Anser 2 (right). Two solid-gold replicas of each major-winning putter are made -- one goes to the player, the other is added to the PING Gold Putter Vault.

2011 JohnK Appointment

2011

John K. Solheim, son of PING Chairman and CEO John A. Solheim, is appointed President & Representative Director of PING Japan. Solheim leads all aspects of PING's business in Japan, including operations, sales, and marketing. He also has responsibilities for the company's activities throughout Asia. Solheim is the grandson of PING founder Karsten Solheim.

2011 Ping Intro iPING

2011

PING introduces the iPING Putter App, a wireless, go anywhere putting-improvement tool that identifies your stroke type, analyzes your impact angle, and measures your tempo. It is a free download from the App store. The app's iPING Fit feature matches you with a PING model that fits your stroke type to improve your consistency.

2012 Bubba Watson Wins the Masters

2012

PING Pro Bubba Watson wins The Masters, and PING players finish 1-2-3. Bubba's first major hinges on an improbable recovery shot from the woods on the second playoff hole. He plays a severe bending shot around the trees, lands the ball on the green, then two-putts for an emotional victory. Louis Oosthuizen is second, and Lee Westwood T3.

2012 Ping Putters Win 2 Majors

2012

PING putters are used to win two majors, bringing to 55 the number of major championships claimed with PING models. PING Pro Bubba Watson prevails at The Masters with a Redwood Anser (pictured on the right). The winner of the U.S. Open relies on a G5i-Crazy belly (left). Two solid-gold replicas of each major-winning putter are made -- one goes to the player, the other is added to the PING Gold Putter Vault.