The 2022 Queen City Championship gave Ally Ewing her 3rd LPGA Tour win and first this season. The discovery that sent her leading into the last day and finishing with four rounds of sub-30 putts, was putting tempo. She knew putting was her weakness and she turned it into a strength and a win. With the help of Ping, LPGA and National Club Golfer, we look into Ewing’s winning equipment. Plus, learn options for getting yourself to sub-30 putts.
Inside Ally Ewing’s Winning Equipment at the 2022 Queen City Championship
- Top of the Bag: Driver: Ping G425 LST 10.5 degree with the Fujikura Motore F3 6-S shaft. 3-wood: Ping G425 LST 14.5 degree with the Evenflow Blue 65g 6.0 shaft. Ping G425 3-hybrid with a Ping Alta CB Slate 70-S shaft.
- Irons: Ping i210 4-iron with the Ping Alta CB Slate S shafts. Ping i210 5-iron through PW with the Ping AWT 2.0 R shafts.
- Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 50, 54 and 58 degrees with the Ping AWT 2.0 R Wedge shafts.
We caution against stock wedge shafts, primarily shafts vary from club-to-club and the shaft weights are rarely optimal with the rest of irons. Our philosophy is consistency, and the results speak for themselves. Learn more about expert wedge fittings.
- Putter: Ping Prototype PLD Anser
In reading the LPGA article and other interviews with Ewing, she stressed how much she worked on her putting. Prior, she was ranked 125th on putting among tour players. The outcome without changing putters, was to shorten her stroke and improve her tempo. Her putting confidence set in and she carried that confidence into four sub-30 putt rounds.
In expert putter fittings and with the help of Trackman, we measure tempo and roll percentage along with other putter swing attributes. Most relevant to Ewing, The net results, an expert putter fitting helps golfers sink more putts.