ClubTest 2021: Ping Heppler putters

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For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 21 new putters to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Ping Heppler putters. You can find the full list of putters and test results here.

Ping Heppler

Anser 2, ZB3, Fetch, Floki, Ketsch, Piper Armlock, Piper C, Tomcat 14 and Tyne 3

Our take: Not every putterface is made to be soft. Some golfers prefer a firmer feel with more feedback. Ping’s Heppler putters are made for those golfers. “I like this firmer feel so I know where I’ve hit it on the face,” said one GOLF tester. “And the copper with the black provides nice contrast.”

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Ping Heppler Putters

$230-350
Ping’s Heppler putters feature solid faces instead of face inserts to create that firmer feel many testers noticed and liked. Also, Ping uses a combination of steel and pressure-cast aluminum materials in the head to manipulate weight in order to raise forgiveness.
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The details: Ping’s Heppler putters feature solid faces instead of face inserts to create that firmer feel many testers noticed and liked. Also, Ping uses a combination of steel and pressure-cast aluminum materials in the head to manipulate weight in order to raise forgiveness. An adjustable grip system helps golfers troubleshoot with length as well. From one tester’s lips to your ears: “This thing putts itself.”

Where to buy it: Click here. Or better yet, get fit for the putters by the experts at our sister company, True Spec Golf.

See the Ping Heppler putters from every angle…

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