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Testers Announced (4) PING Heppler Putter


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- Alan  /  Newcastle, Co Down (Royal County Down)  /  Northern Ireland 

-  Current putter  -  Taylormade Spider S 

-  would like to test the Floki  -  have tried it already at a couple of golf retailers and LOVED the sensation & the feedback.  Our greens are very fast (being links and with the wind coming off the sea), but I think this would suit my preferences very well indeed.  I do also play a parkland course every week and so would be able to give feedback from both environments.    

Driver  -  Titleist TS1

Fairways  -  Honma XP-1 

Hybrids  -  Honma 747-P

Irons  -  Honma 747-P 

Wedges  -  Ping Glide 3

Putter  -  Taylormade Spider S 

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  • Jeff/Sherwood Park/Alberta/Canada
  • Ping Sigma 2 Tyne 4
  • Really interested to try the Tyne 3 and see how it compares to my current putter. I shy away from solid face putters and prefer putters with inserts but I've heard incredible things about the Heppler line. Would love to try it out and give you a thorough review.
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Dalton/Huntersville,NC/United States

Stroke Lab Double Wide

Anser 2. The Anser 2 has a classic look with a modern twist with the sleek face. I used to play a ping back in the day and loved it. I have held the Anser 2 and loved the weight and balance of the putter. 

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Josh/Fairport, NY/USA
Taylormade Spider Mini Red
Interested in the Floki - similar head size and shape to the mini, but the different construction and face are really intriguing to me. I also sometimes struggle with face twist and the build in preventative technologies could be very useful to me.

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Man those look beautiful, and I need to putt better now that I have the driving locked down with Honma(review below).  I would want to try the arm-lock, but alas won't be greedy since I just got done testing.  Good luck everyone!

:honma: 💣Driver: Honma TR20 440 8.5° w/ Vizard FP-7X SHAFT - REVIEW POSTED 💣

:adams-small:3 Wood:  Adams TightLies Titanium 3+  - Shaft Bassara E55 x5ct

:taylormade-small:Hybrid: Taylormade RBZ 2.  16.5°-  Stock Shaft- Stiff

image.png.5094bf65d200d3ff7ef5ed059993dfb4.png Irons: SUB70 639 CB 4-PW w/ Nippon Modus 120 X-STIFF

:mizuno-small::cleveland-small:Wedges: GW: SUB70 Raw 48° Mizuno Mp series 52 SW: Cleveland RTX 2.0  56° LW: Mizuno JPX 900 60°

:odyssey-small:Putter: Odyssey White Ice Sabertooth- Superstroke Slim 3.0 grip

:taylormade-small:Bag: Taylormade FlexTech Lifestyle Carry bag- Houndstooth

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Patrick/Tampa/United States

Taylormade Spider

Ketsch - I favor the shape of the shaft as it is the same as on my current putter, but I'm searching for a putter that is easier for me to align.  I'm hoping that the alignment aids being on a deeper rounded head will help the tendency to aim left.  Additionally, the adjustable length is very important as I am shorter in stature and end up cutting down every putter I purchase.

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Zach/Oakland, CA/USA

Scotty Cameron Select Roundback 34"

Interested in: Anser 2, Tyne 3, Fetch, and Piper C

Playing to a 4.6 hdcp currently but averaging almost 32 putts per round. Been considering switching from mid mallet to a mallet or mid-hang blade. Definitely interested in testing putters as it has been nearly 3 years since I made the switch to my current model.

Taylormade Sim 9* Driver Oban Kiyoshi 60g Shaft

Taylormade M3 15* 3 Wood / Taylormade Sim Max 19* Hybrid 

4i-PW+48*- Titleist T200 standard length bent 1*up and 1*weak, XS DG105 shafts

54* S-Grind Vokey SM8 / 60* D-Grind Vokey SM8

Scotty Cameron Select Roundback 34"

RH/Oakland, CA/4.6 hdcp

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Nathan L. - Yorktown, Texas USA

I am currently using the Ping Anser 2

I am interested in the Ping Heppler Fetch. I am fairly new to golf and find myself playing mostly with my father in law and his older work buddies. My father, being in his mid 60's as well as most of his coworkers, and a few older. As I began playing golf I have noticed that my father and his coworkers tend to fade throughout the day, complaining about the usual tightness in the back and everything above. So much that at the end of the each hole, I have been given a prestigious task, to retrieve their sunken balls in the hole. While these men truly love the game of golf and the fact that they can escape their wives for a couple of hours, their bodies can't sustain what they use too. Which is why I truly think given the opportunity to play with a Heppler Fetch would allow a few older men to get the feel of the putter (as well as myself) and to get to experience the ease of retrieving their sunken ball. A review from myself as well as reviews from old geezers'. 

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I love the look of these new Pings and I’m sure they’ll be awesome. Looking forward to the Testing Reviews.

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Driver; Titleist TSi2, Kuro Kage 50 gr   
5 wood; Ping 425, Senior Shaft 55 gr       
7 wood; Ping 425, Senior Shaft 55 gr      
5 hybrid; Cally Steelhead, Hazardous R2     
Irons; Mizuno JPX 923HM 7-GW Recoil 460 F2
Wedges; Titleist S9 54*, Mizuno SW 56*

Putter; Waaay too many to list

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Rick/Sulphur Springs, TX/USA

Scotty Cameron Newport 1.5 GSS  

Ping Heppler Floki

Why? I need a strong arc putter, although I also have a very short modified straight arc putter I’ve had success with.The ZB3 is very close to what I have, but then why get the same thing but newer, a different brand and color?  I have tried mallets in the past but most have been a slight arc vs strong arc. Therefore, my success with them has been nonexistent. I would like the MOI of a mallet but need the strong arc. I’m a very good putter with the blade I have now, but when the greens are a bit bouncy, they just punched ours, the ball tends to wander aimlessly. I have to go to my modified heavy putter and completely change my swing. The Ping Floki seems to fit the bill. 


Driver:      :ping-small:  G425LST 9° on Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6s

Fairway:   :ping-small:  G425LST 3w on Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7s

                   :ping-small:  G425MAX 7w on Project X Hzrdus RDX Red Smoke 6.0

                 :ping-small:  G425MAX 9w on Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.0

 Utility:    :cobra-small:  KING Forged Utility Black  4    on   UST RECOIL SMACWRAP

Irons:     :cobra-small: KING Forged TEC Black 5-G on Mitsubishi  MMT 

Wedges:  :mizuno-small: ES21 54° & 60° on KBS Hi Rev 2.0 

Putter:    :EVNROLL: ER5B

Balls:      :titelist-small: Pro V1 :taylormade-small: TP5x 

Shoes:     :footjoy-small:  

Range Finder: :918457628_PrecisionPro: Precision Pro  NX7 Pro

All grips are BestGrips Micro-Perforated


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  • Tom / Bear/ Delaware
  • Tommy Armor Impact 3
  • Tyne 3, the reason why is that it is similar to the award winning (2018 & 2019) TA Impact 3 that I am playing and would like to see if PING has improved on this model.




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  • Billy / Howell, NJ / USA
  • Rotating between Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #3 and Taylormade Rossa Mallet in 2020
  • Fetch. I have been using the Scotty the last 4 months, but have been thinking about switching back to the Rossa given inherent preference for heavier putters. The look and slight offset are enticing.  
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