Ping Sigma 2 vs. Vault

sukkeunsukkeun Members Posts: 51 ✭✭
I tried Sigma 2 Arna at PGASS and it was really soft.

I really like the style of Arna and found out that Vault also have this model.

However, I cannot find anyone carrying Vault (1.0 model not 2.0) near me.

Can anyone compare Sigma 2 and Vault putters?

Thank you


  • cargo8cargo8 Members Posts: 76 ✭✭
    I've tried a couple and ended up buying a Vault 2.0 ZB.

    The Sigmas are insanely soft, but the Vault 2.0 line still feels even softer / with better feel for distance control than the Sigmas IMO.

    Basically you get what you pay for, but since putting is such a feel thing you should try to roll them each if you can.

    I think (but don't know) that the weighting for forgiveness / the construction is probably the reason for the price and feel difference.
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  • CyFan CyFan If I could putt, I could play this game... Members Posts: 627 ✭✭
    I had the same thought as you. Just bought a Vault Arna on eBay. Much firmer feel than the Sigma 2 line, but I just don’t like inserts in general. Highly recommend the Vault line.

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  • lordemsworthlordemsworth Members Posts: 1,284 ✭✭
    Prefer the head shape of Sigma 2 ZB over the Vault ZB. Sigma is softer.
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