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machined solid face impact feel and sound accuracy consistency ...all words golfers like to see when considering a putter and Ping brings these to you with their new

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

After yesterday I am officially on the lookout for a delivery....

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  • Rex, St. Louis, MO United States
  • Yes Victoria 2
  • I would like to try a 33 inch Anser 2 model because I need a little more toe flow to help me square my stroke at impact.  My miss is a little to the right.
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  • Jim / Appleton, WI / USA
  • Odyssey 2 ball with factory black line
  • Heppler Piper C.  I've got a friend who putts really well with his center shafted putter and he has been in my pocket mostly due to his putting. I would sure like to see if this putter would get me back into the positive.

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Scott W/ pearl river NY/

current putter is a Scotty C Newport 2 studio select   
luv a weighted flat putter with a thin top line. This Scotty has 2 -15g weights in the bottom. Good balance. I get the toe flat so it lays on the green nice.  Use a gator grip to promote a true back and thru stroke. 
Would luv to test -

thanks 

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Tod, Ravenna Ohio, U.S

I am just using a generic Wilson blade putter with an offset shaft

I would be interested in testing the Tyne 3.  I like the look and that it is slightly lighter than the Tomcat (2nd choice).  I putt with a slight arc for my swing path and I think it would fit and give me far more control/accuracy than my current putter.

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Dylan. North Little Rock, AR. USA

Odyssey Stroke Lab 1

Anser 2. Been looking for a good putter with a firmer feel. Always found Ping putters with inserts a bit soft. This line peaks my interest since I prefer a firmer feel on the greens. Love the look as well. 

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Gil B.

Vail, AZ

Original Anser 2

I'd love to try the new Anser 2 as this appears to frame the ball a little better than my original and it really suits my stroke pattern.

 

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Thomas, Oxfordshire, England

Taylormade Spider x

I have always wanted to try a bladed putter. The look of the Anser 2 is perfect, its crisp and sleek and the colours are 👌.

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Joel/Calgary/Alberta/Canada

18 year old Ping Anser, 2 degrees flat

Interested in the ZB3. It has the blade look that fits my eye the best but is slightly different than the Anser. I am also really interested to try the firmer feel!   

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Josh / Ft Wayne IN

EVNROLL ER-3

I’ve always preferred a blade putter . That being said I’d like to test the Ketch


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1 hour ago, dlow206 said:

Good luck everyone. One thing I find interesting about this putter and some of the other Ping putters is the adjustable length.

  • First Name/City State:        Robert,  Montebello, California
  • Current Putter in Use:         Callaway   Triple Track 2-Ball Blade Putter
  • Check out all the models:  Anser2
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  • AJ/Napa, CA/USA
  • Ping IsoForce Anser 2F / IsoForce Anser F
  • Ketsch. As I’ve aged, my posture and sight have changed, so I want to switch from the Anser styles I’ve always used to a mallet with alignment aid.
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Craig Smith/Thornton CO/USA

Scotty Cameron 6m Dual Balance

I am interested in the Tomcat 14.  I have trouble aligning my putts, especially on putts that break alot.  I feel the alignment features of the Tomcat will help with that

 

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  • Jason, Kansas City, MO
  • Evnroll er1, 35"
  • I'm interested in the Tomcat 14. I did the Ping arc fitting, and have a straight to slight arc (I wish I had one or the other!). Thus, I have been contemplating switching to a mallet. I'd love to test a mallet against my Evnroll blade!

 

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  • Irons: Titleist 718 AP1, White AMT s300
  • Wedges: Vokey SM6; 46º, 54º, 60º
  • Putter: Evnroll ER1.2 blade

 

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Jaylenn, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Sik DW Armlock

Interested in the Ketsch

Driver - SIM Max - Ventus Black 7X

3W - Ping G410 - Aldila RIP X-Stiff

Hybrids - Ping G410 19&22 - Aldila Tour Green X-Stiff

Irons - Srixon Z785 - Modus 120 X

Wedges - Callaway PM Grind 19' - KBS Tour Stiff

Iron - SIK DW Armlock - Stability Armlock

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