Sony Open in Hawaii

Waialae Country Club

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Our Review:

Through extensive research, Ping found that a lot of golfers prefer a firm feel and crisp sound that’s hard to achieve with inserts or milling. So as most putters tout the power of their grooves, Ping went the opposite direction, producing a putter that is free of patterns, milling and channels. In its place is a solid, machined steel face to get that firm and crisp sound. Both blade models are all-steel construction and include the true-to-the-original Anser 2 with a distinctive angled heel ballast and the ZB3 model with a larger cavity that makes it play more stable than it looks. The copper-and-black finish is designed for alignment and framing help. Finally, a stiffer adjustable-length shaft is standard in all putters in the Heppler line. Wish to be fit for your stroke type? That’s available, too. Read more >>

Price: $230
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Player Comments
  • low

    Casual smoothness at contact and a delicate roll. The short, slight sound at feedback grows subtly with each longer putt.

  • high

    Regal gold exphasized by the matte black is a putter of royalty. Casual smoothness at contact and delicate roll. The short slight sound feedback grows with additional power.

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