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Triple Track 10

Tomcat 14 MOI

:titelist-small: Driver:  TS2 with HZRDUS Smoke Black 5.5 60G

:titelist-small: Fairway:  TS2 with TENSEI AV Blue 65 R

:callaway-small: 3 Hybrid: Rogue X 18° with ALDILA 50HY-A

:callaway-small: 4 Hybrid: Rogue X 20° with ALDILA 50HY-A

:ping-small: 5 Iron: 425 with Alta CB Slate SR 65G

:taylormade-small: 6 – AW Irons: M6 with RECOIL ES 460 F2

:cleveland-small: Wedges:  CBX 2 Graphite 54° and 58°

:odyssey-small: Putter:  Stroke Lab Triple Track 10

:titelist-small: Ball:  ProV1

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Gerald / New Lenox, IL / USA

Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball

Interested in trying the Tyne 3. My current putter is a center shafted and has been misbehaving as of recently, I have used my buddies TP Ardmore 2 in the past and could immediately tell the difference in the CG from the design. Just judging by looks the Tyne 3 has the TP beat

:callaway-small: Rogue Sub Zero, 9°, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue 65  
:taylormade-small: M4 Rescue 19° and 25°, Atmos Red 60
:taylormade-small: M4 5–PW, KBS MAX 80
:titelist-small:  Vokey SM7 52° 56° and 60°
:odyssey-small: Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball
SNELL.png.dcc932e2604512572f79ffb188de754c.png Snell MTB-X

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Lethbridge Alberta Canada

Currently I am playing with one of the original TaylorMade Monza Spiders.


Looking at the models offered I would choose the Tomcat 14 to test.

I think that would give me the chance to truly relate the feel of my current putter to the feel of the Ping putter. Both have very similar lines and therefore would be quick to switch too without a big learning curve. So my evaluation would be truer in regards to feel if I eliminated the results factor.

Thanks for the opportunity to test some new equipment.

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Edel E-2 Torque Balanced

Tyne 3. I think the torque balanced over corrects the switch away from toe hang, and a Tyne 3 might be the happy place in the middle. The firmer feel probably also suits slowish UK greens better. 

I play at: Bearwood Lakes Golf Club



Callaway Mavrik, HZRDUS Smoke Black S

Callaway Epic, HZRDUS Handcrafted Yellow, S

TM Sim Max 4 hybrid, Ventus S

Srixon 585/785 4-PW, NS Pro 980 S

Cleveland 50/54/58, NS Pro 980 S

Edel E-2 Torque Balanced

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PJ Engel

Schenectady, NY

Odyssey Black Series #1

Interested in the Tyne 3, 34", Ping blackout grip

What's in the bag


Custom Classic XL, 9, Fujikura Vista Pro 75 stiff

Ping, i20, 15, TFC 707 F (stock) stiff

Idea Black Super Hybrid, 19 Aldila Voodoo stiff

Mizuno MP Fli-hi, 18, DG SL S300, MP 52, 3–6, DG S300, Mizuno MP 62, 7–PW, DG S300

Titleist SM5 50/8, SM5 54/10, SM5 58/8, SM5 52/8, SM5 58/8

Odyssey Black Series #1 34" with black oxide finish

Vice Pro+


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Grande Prairie, AB. Canada

Currently use a Scotty Cameron Newport 3

Usually like a strong arc type of putter but i am Interested in the Heppler Tomcat 14. Want to try the alignment aid as it appears to be something that might be very beneficial. I am also curious on the armlock as i have never tried that style of putting and i have been wanting to give it a try. You never know what might work until you try it...

I am brand agnostic. If it is in my bag it is because it works for me...

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Pascal / Montreal / Quebec, Canada

EVNROLL ER1.2 (370gr w/ Ping PP58 grip)

KETSCH would be my choice. Same head weight as mine but love the fact that the alignment lines seem to frame the ball really well and help with the starting line. High MOI can only be beneficial to every golfer in my opinion.

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Greenville, NC, USA 

Tommy Armour Impact Series # 3 Counterbalance 

Interested in TomCat 14

I gravitate towards putters that work well with a straight back and straight through stroke. The TomCat 14 seems to be a putter that would work well with this type of stroke and would not require much manipulation throughout the stroke. 

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Brad, Ottawa, Canada

SGC custom


I’m crazy for Ping products. They have always sought out the best engineers and I really think the Fetch is a pretty little package. Frames the ball beautifully and sounds great in the shop. I would love to test it out on the course. 

Hye-diddle-diddle, right in the middle,



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Stanley/ Beaverton OR/ USA

Evnroll ER5

I would be interested in trying Floki.  I have used a Precise blade putter for over tens year and have brought the following putter in the past 3 months to find a better putting game.  Kirkland KS1, Odyssey Marxman and Evnroll ER5.  So far I found the mallet style to suit my eye and helps with my alignment.  I average 3 rounds per week on both public and private courses.  

Driver Ping 410 plus stiff 9°

Ping 410 3 wood stiff 14.5°

Cobra Speedzone one length 3 hybrid

Cobra f9 one length 4 hybrid

Irons Mizuno MP20 MMC 5-PW stiff, 1" long with golfpride midsize align

Wedges Mizuno S18 Blue 52/56/60

Putter Evnroll ER5/Kirkland/Odyssey Markman

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  • Mirza/Chicago Suburbs - Illinois/US
  • Oddesy OWorks #7 putter
  • Interested in the Tyne Stealth, I was fitted for this using the webfit program. It’s comforting to know that this was for me because my current putter is a very similar style putter. I would like to learn how much more this PING putter can improve my putting as the putter I have now is a couple years old. I’d like to see if the tech in this putter will help be a more confident putter in both long and short putts.

Driver: PING G410 SFT
Woods: 3 wood Mavrik 
Hybrid Mavrik 3 Hybrid
Irons: Mavrik Irons 5-GW
Wedges: SM6 Vokey 50, 54, 58
Putter: Odyssey #7

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