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Keith/Mukilteo, WA/USA/Never Compromise Sub 30

I would be interested in an Anser 2, as it is close to what I use now and like that type of head when I'm looking down at the ball. Also of interest would be the Tyne 3, as it isn't a full mallet and seems to be close to the type being used with success on Tour.

 

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Keith Hansen

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Louis, Fairfield, CA, USA

Presently using Scotty Cameron Futura X5 or Odyssey Stoke Lab Triple Track 10 putter

Would like to try the Tomcat 14 putter. I have used a Spider or Spider-like putter for many years and like the stability these putters offer. Would like to see how the Tomcat stacks up against the Spider and Triple Track 10 putters that I have and used.

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Clayton/ Alberta/Canada

currently playing 34” Spider X and SC squareback 2 

would love to test the Tomcat as I’ve come to enjoy the looks for a mallet and that increased moi provides confidence to get the ball in the hole. The tech included in the tomcat looks great and being a ping product it is obviously good quality! 

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Walt McKenzie/TN./USA

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Ketsch

Mallets have come a long way since I've tried them. Would love an opportunity to test the Ketsch and it's MOI!

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George / Lake Barrington IL / US

Scotty Cameron Futura 5W

I'd be interested in testing the Tyne 3.  The shaft offset and aluminum face\steel body is similar to my current putter.  Adjustable shaft length seems like a cool idea too.

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Barrett in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada

I currently use the Cleveland Huntington Beach SOFT #1 @ 34" length.

I'm interested in the Heppler Tyne 3 as I having and arc to my stroke and I would like to have a higher MOI in my next putter compared to my current blade.

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Ryan Aberdeen,MD USA

Currently still using the Odyssey White Hot 2Ball putter as my go to. 
 

I would love to try the Ping Heppler Blade putter!

On a quest to be sub 90, lol

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Prok/Montreal/Quebec/Canada
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Ping Heppler Floki: Very pleasing to my eye. Love the idea of high MOI. Tempted by Tomcat, or the classic, Anser 2, but no, definitely would like to try and test the Floki.

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John/Jackson, TN/USA

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Floki. I'd like to see if I can roll them better having a more responsive feel. The added forgiveness wouldn't hurt either. My current putter and Floki fit my strong arc according to the iPing app.

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Timothy

Edmond, Oklahoma

Odyssey 2 Ball Stroke Lab

Test Interest Heppler Tomcat 14

Until a few years ago, I have played mostly with Ping putters starting with the Anser, Zing, and Pal.  Moved on to Ping malletts like Craz-e (multiple versions), Whack-e, Sigma, etc.  Extremely loyal to Ping because I got results and loved the look and feel.  Won a TM Spider and was fitted.  Loved the feel and results.  Broken during travel so I tested for a replacement and chose the Odyssey 2 Ball Stroke Lab.  Happy with it but always want to return to Ping and the Heppler Tomcat 14 looks to be the perfect choice.

I play 4 to 5 times per week and practice the other days.  I live in Oklahoma and play year round. Lots of prime season left to give the putter a rigorous test.  I'm a 5.7 Index and practice putting in equal parts to full swing and short game.

I have the time and the commitment to be a very effective tester.

T

Tim 

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David / Lodi, CA / USA

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Anser 2

Have always like this style of putter.  Have tried mallet style putters but doesn’t fit my putting style. I like to take the putter back low and through. Always return to blade style putter.  Like a firm feel. 

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