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Testers Announced (4) PING Heppler Putter


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Denny Denver, CO

Odyssey O-Works 2Ball

Interested in the Floki or the Tyne 3

Driver: Epic Sub Zero 9.0*/8.0* Stiff HZRDUS Smoke

3 Wood: Callaway XR 15.0* Stiff Project X Stock

Hybrid: Callaway XR 19.0* Stiff Project X Stock

Irons 3-P: Mizuno MP-63 S300 Stiff

Wedges: RTX 48*, Mizuno MP T11 52*, Callaway Mack Daddy 58*

Putter: O Works Red 2Ball

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  • David/Ridgefield, CT/ US
  • Dunlop TDPlus TDP-1 blade putter
  • Tomcat 14 - Always used a blade putter and I'm curious to know if a mallet will provide more consistency. Also interested in seeing if there is a difference using a smooth face vs. a grooved one and intrigued by the 'guidance' lines on the putter.
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Dan/ Texas.

I am currently using a Ping Anser and have been for the last 20 years. I'm ready for an upgrade.

Dan Mass, ping g700 irons, ping g400 driver, and a ping g410 hybrid.

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I've always used a Ping Anser putter.  I'd love to try the Heppler Anser 2.  I practice a lot and feel I could give some good feedback on this putter.

Gina G, Virginia Beach, VA

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Conner Pulliam

Fort Worth, TX USA

Wilson Blackjack 206

Tomcat 14 for the stability and forgiveness of Mallett coupled with my minimal stroke arc. Also...topgun...

Driver: :adams-small: Super Speedline S - 9.5 Diamana XS 60

3W & 3Hy: :adams-small: Super Speedline S - Stiff

Irons: :taylormade-small: RAC OS II - Stiff -  Standard loft/lie

Wedges::callaway-small: MD3 S-Grind 52, 56

Putter: :taylormade-small: TP Ardmore 3 - L Neck

Ball: :titelist-small: ProV1X

Bag: :titelist-small: Players 4 Stand Bag

Fort Worth, TX- RH - 10 Handicap

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Sacramento, CA USA

Currently using: Odyssey White Hot Rx

Im most interested in the Piper Armlock. My current putter is 3 degree loft, but I forward press a bit so I’ve wanted to try a higher loft in the future. Sometimes I feel I squeeze the ball into the green on impact. I prefer to feel my shots off the face with every club and the Odyssey is way too soft for me. These PINGs are intriguing for their firm feel. The Piper is the same head shape I use now, plus I have a slight arc putter stroke so it seems to fit my style perfectly.

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Brian Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Scotty Cameron Golo 5

Ping Heppler Floki - has more of an alignment guide than what I am used to and feel like that could improve my game

Driver  :ping-small: G425 9* Hzrdus Smoke Green Small batch 6.5 70g

Fairway Wood:   Cobra Radspeed Big 3 

Hybrid:  :ping-small: iCrossover 2 Iron smoke black stiff

Irons:     :titelist-small: T200 (4-AW) AMT Black Stiff Shafts 

Wedges:  :cleveland-small: Tour Rack 56* 60*

Putter:   :cameron-small: Scotty Cameron Golo 5

Right Handed 

Pittsburgh, PA


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  • First Name/City State/Country - Alan; Great Neck, NY, USA
  • Current Putter in Use - Ping Sigma 2 Fetch Platinum Putter
  • Check out all the models (see them here), and tell us which one interests you and why? The New Fetch, I love my Sigma 2 Fetch, but the alignment lines, look like they can improve an already amazing putter.


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N.Ireland UK

Currently gaming Ping Sigma2 KushinC

Really interested in the Heppler Tyne Putter. It’s shape may provide a more stable path  for my slight arc stroke & firmer face feel. Would love to test this model. Plus it looks great. Black & bronze colours are fantastic 

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Parker, CO USA

Odyssey Works Big T V-Line CS

Piper C - I can only use center-shafted putters. Whether it's actually the best style for me is another question that will probably go forever unanswered since I will only buy center-shafted putters. 

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Matt. Rochester Hills, MI. USA. 

Cleveland Huntington Beach 1 SOFT.  With oversized grip  

I recently switched from a Rife mallet to this Cleveland blade, which I really like. This Ping blade appears to set up nicely, and since they created the ANSER, I’d love to compare. 

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Dominic / London / UK

Odyssey Sabretooth Works Versa

I'd be really interested in trying out either the Anser 2 or the Ketch. Whilst they are very different styles, they are both slight Arc and I recently tried out the Iping2 app, which recommended a slight Arc putter for my stroke.

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