Andrew Landry hitting a PING iBlade iron during round four of his Valero Texas Open win.
ANDREW LANDRY GETS 1ST VICTORY AT VALERO TEXAS OPEN.
IRON MAN: iBLADES,
NEW SHAFT KEY WIN.
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patent drawing for 1-A putter
1959
At home one evening, Karsten Solheim putts with his first prototype putter head, and the tuning-fork-like construction makes a ‘ping’ sound when impacting the ball. Karsten excitedly runs into the kitchen and announces to his wife, Louise, “I’ve got a name for my putter!” Soon thereafter, he files for a patent on the PING 1-A putter. Three years later, the patent is granted.