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Forrest/ Georgetown, TX.

Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2

Tomcat 14 is probably the best fit for my putting stroke with a slight arc. The adjustable shaft is a novel idea allowing for customizing the putter by the player. The MOI of the putter is also high which should add to the playability of the putter. Look forward to the experience if given the opportunity.

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  • Jeffrey / Wellfleet / USA
  • Scotty Cameron Studio Design 2.5
  • Answer 2, I have always wanted to try the style that is said to have started it all

Callaway Rogue Sub Zero - 10.5 - Project X HZRDUS Blue RDX

Titleist U510 - #1 - Project X HZRDUS Black 

Titleist U510 - #3 - Project X HZRDUS Black 

Titleist U510 - #4- Project X HZRDUS Black 

Mizuno HMB 20 - 5 through P - Nippon NS Pro 

Titleist Scotty Camron - Studio Design 2.5

Callaway Chrome Soft X LS (for the 2021 season)


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Rick, Houston,  TX  ,USA

Ping Ti Anser WRX

It's got to be the Anser. I have 5 of them and would like to compare against them 

This week`s Starting Line-Up:

B-Stone J815 w/ Fubuki ZT 60, Stiff
B-Stone J15 3 & 5 w/Fubuki ZT 75, Stiff
910H 21* w/ Diamana, Stiff
B-Stone J15 Cavity 4 Iron w/ Steelfiber i95, Stiff (either/or w/ hybrid)
B-Stone J40 Combo set w/ Steelfiber i95, Stiff, 5 - Pw
52* & 58* Vokey SM5's (Evaluating 52*,56*,60* Clevelands)
Ping Ti Anser Wrx

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Vaughn/Riverton, UT/USA

TaylorMade Spider X Copper

Tomcat 14 because it’s similar to my current putter but the double dotted line alignment seems to be more effective than a single line  



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  • Nick P /Cornwall /Uk
  • scotty Cameron California Monterey 1.5
  •  Tyne or other mallet-  I love my Scotty but the aluminum face is very firm.  Interested in trying something with a softer face and with a high MOI 
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First Name/City State/Country


Current Putter in Use

     Ping Oslo (Slight Arc)

Check out all the models, and tell us which one interests you and why?

     I would chose the Tyne 3.  I feel that it is very close to what I currently use and believe it will be the best chance for success.  I was fit for my putter and talking with our local rep when these first launched, we determined this would be the best one to compare.  One of the main reason I would love to be a part of this test is I want to find out if getting rid of True Roll was the right move for the amateurs.  I'd love to fully dive into it and more with this line of putters!

Driver: Callaway Rogue ST Max
3 Wood: Taylormade SIM
3 Utility Iron: Srixon U85
4i – AW: Taylormade P760
SW: Taylormade MG3 TW Grind
LW: Taylormade Hi-Toe Low Bounce
Putter: PXG Battle Ready One & Done



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Montie Labadie (10 handicap)

Vero Beach, FL

Current putter: Scotty Cameron Futura 5S

Ping Piper C

Presently use a center shafted putter and gave for a while.

Center shafted putters work well with my straight back, straight thru. I like the parallel alignment lines. Good visuals.

Like the look of the Piper C. somewhat reminiscent of one of my previous Rossie putters.

Would be honored to be selected.

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Brad/Kitty Hawk, NC/USA

My current putter is the Odyssey Marksman and optional PXG Bat Attack.

I would like to demo the Ping Tomcat 14. From a looks standpoint it resembles a combination of the Odyssey 2 ball SRT and the Taylormade Spyder. There are

no Ping dealers within 75 miles of me. The Tomcat looks to fit my straight back stroke and the heavier weight would probably help.

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  • Henry/Cedar Park, TX/USA
  • Odyssey M330 Milled Mid-Mallet
  • I like the Tyne 3 with the Ping PP61 Grip; I've always liked that style of putter, with the toe and heal arms that stretch back, creating that higher MOI. But I've never allocated any money to change my putter. I've always looked to spend money on newer game improvement drivers, woods, or irons. Because I've always felt more comfortable with mid-mallet putters, I also like the Piper C. But I would really like to change things up and try something new to see how it works for my swing.

In my  :callaway-small: 2018 Org14 Cart Bag I have:

:callaway-small: Custom Big Bertha 2014 10.5°, Mitsubishi Rayon FUBUKI zt 60-R

:callaway-small: Epic Flash Fairway 3W 15° & 5W 18°, Project X Even Flow 65-R

:callaway-small: Big Bertha Alpha 815 Hybrid 20° (-1° set to 19°), Fujikura Speeder 865 R

:callaway-small: 2019 Big Bertha 4-PW, UST Mamiya Recoil ZT9 460 Graphite

:callaway-small: 2019 PM Grind Tour Grey 56/14, JAWS MD5 52/10

:odyssey-small: 330M Metal X Milled, weighted steel shaft, cut down to 30 inches, GP Tour SNSR grip/Triple Track DoubleWide, Stroke Lab 32in shaft, Oversized Grip

:callaway-small: Chrome Soft Yellow, Triple Track, Truvis or Supersoft

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Jose Gallegos. Hdcp +1

howey in the hills, florida, USA.


i am interested in the ZB3



Taylormade M5 Driver, fujikura motore x F1 7X.

ping G410 3 wood, mitsubishi tensei Orange 60g X.

3 Iron p770, true temper x100.

4-9 Iron Taylormade MC, true temper x100.

46,50,54,58 SM8 Vokey wedges,true temper S400 shaft.

Sik putter Pro.



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20 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Testers Wanted (4)

Feel, while very subjective, is an important aspect of golf clubs for most golfers. Soft for one player is mushy for someone else, while firm to some can be considered harsh to others. 

For those firmly in the firm camp (yes, that was intentional), the PING Heppler may be for you. Offered in the same models as the flagship Sigma line, Heppler is a machined solid flat face that provides a firmer impact feel and sound.  All this comes in a stunning black and copper finish that provide effective alignment cues.  


Want to be a Tester

We’re looking for four golfers who are motivated, detail-oriented, and committed to providing a thorough review of the PING Heppler putters and sharing your thoughts and grades with the forum community.  

Testing is open to golfers in the US, Canada and UK.

Reply to this thread with the following information (do not quote this post):

  • First Name/City State/Country
  • Current Putter in Use
  • Check out all the models (see them here), and tell us which one interests you and why?

Wondering which PING putter best fits your game? Try PING's online fitting tool!

We'll be choosing the testers sometime next week, so check back and see if you've been chosen. Good Luck!


2 ball

blade with the white line.  The look does it for me,


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10 hours ago, MyWifesSwingCoach said:

Honestly, I have only been out to the driving range a couple of times other than swings and putting in the house while the newborn sleeps lol. I have been planning to go out to either links of taylor/taylor meadows or the muni right here by walmart but something always seems to come up. 

Full disclosure: If I were to be so blessed as to be chosen for one of these putters, that would be the kick in the rear to get out and get test, compare and give a thorough review. Thank you for consideration MGS.

It is all good Matt, the first few months of little ones are a little challenging, or on our case years, my wife and I did not eat out for the first 3 years of our youngster's life, he could not stand restaurants.

The Southgate southwinds course is ok, it is great for a quick round. We play their 18 holes in about 2 hours, as they are mostly par 3s.

Lakes of Taylor is an awesome course, I have not played there in a couple of years, but hey are great.

My buddy and I play Taylor Meadows almost every week, you are more than welcomed to join us, when you have a chance.

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Glen K in Bath, Mi

Cleveland Smart Square mallet

Interested in the heppler floki, since it's most like my current putter - medium large mallet and allows for a strong arc which I have.


From Michigan

Driver: Ping g30 9* w/Ping Tour S shaft

3W: TEE CBX 119 w/Excaliber Tour 6* Stiff shaft

5W: Maltbly Tour TC with UST V2 Shaft in Stiff

Hybrid: Adams Pro 23* w/Excaliber Classic RT shaft Stiff

Irons: Adams MB2 (5-7) Adams Pro Forged (8-9) Maltby MMB17(PW) w/Excaliber Avalon I9 shafts Stiff

Wedges Honma 50* Hogan Eq. 54* TM Bronze Hi-Toe 58* w/Excaliber Pro X Shafts Stiff

Putter: Wilson the L

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