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2020 PING Heppler Fetch Putter - Free European Delivery

2020 PING Heppler Fetch Putter - Adjustable Length Putters (32 to 36 inches) - Customize the Length For Your Stroke and Posture - Machined Flat Aluminum (Black) or Steel (Copper) Face - Conform to R&A & USGA Regulations - Free Shipping to all of Europe - Buy Made To Measure Custom Fitted Golf Clubs at No Extra Charge!




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Putter Type Mallet
Standard Length Adjustable

Lie Angle

Loft

20° ±2°

3° ±3°

Head Weight 365g
Stroke Type Straight
Length Range                           Adjustable Shaft

32" - 36"

 

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through the JustShopOK internet site. However we are still able to take telephone orders on +44(0)1534 483252 as this allows
us to give you our expert advice on Ping's many custom fit options.
 
 

Ping Heppler Putters - Add Confidence. Subtract Strokes with Adjustable-Lenght Shafts.

The 9-model range of Ping Heppler putters offer a machined, solid face for golfers who prefer a firmer impact feel and sound. Multi-material (steel and pressure-cast aluminum) mallets and mid-mallets provide extreme forgiveness and optimal CG for accuracy and consistency. A premium, contrasting copper-and-black finish provides alignment cues and visual interest. A stiffer adjustable-length shaft (in exclusive black chrome) is standard and golfers can be fit for all stroke types (Straight, Slight Arc, Strong Arc).

Firmer Feel, Pleasing Sound

A firmer feel and sound is the result of the machined, flat face. The face material – aluminum (black) or steel (copper) – varies by model, depending on placement of the materials, which is positioned to maximize forgiveness and optimize the center of gravity. Extensive testing revealed the auditory feedback of the flat metal face helped the player’s confidence by providing a distinct impact experience without compromising performance.

Multi-Material Designs

PING engineers combined a lightweight aluminum with steel through strategic shaping and weight placement to produce extremely high MOI designs. The process of pressure-casting aluminum creates precise detail and exceptional quality in the mid-mallets and mallets. The new Tomcat 14 has the highest MOI in the line and features a 14-dot alignment aid inspired by the lights on an airport runway.

Stiffer Adjustable-Length Shaft

Advancements to our adjustable-length shaft technology produce a firmer feel with less flexing. Finished in eye-catching black chrome, the adjustable shaft is lightweight and sleekly concealed beneath the grip, allowing you to customize between 32" and 36". An adjustment tool inserts into the top of the grip. One full turn causes approximately a ¼" adjustment up or down, and the grip remains aligned during adjustment.
 

Piper Armlock

A mid-mallet is the predominant putter style among armlock players for its desirable head shape. A non-adjustable double-bend shaft (41 1/2" std. length) attaches heel-side, there's a 21-inch grip, and standard loft is 6°. 
 
 
 

Four Grip Options

Four PING grip designs allow you to find your optimal fit and feel. The PP59 is the standard grip, inspired by the popular PP58. The PP60 is midsize and lightweight, designed to fit the contours of the hands with flats on the top and sides. Slightly heavier, the PP61 has an exaggerated pistol shape. The PP62, while still lightweight, has a larger, more rounded shape to promote quieter hands.
 

 

 

USGA-Conforming, Adjustable-Length Shaft

The really big difference with Heppler Putters is something you can't really see and that is the mechanism under the grip that allows you to vary the length of the shaft from 32 to 36 inches in any amount you want. Ping has done adjustable length putters before with the first being the Karsten TR putter in 2014, but that was an optional extra and had a ring at the bottom of the grip that you adjusted using a key. With the Sigma 2 putters you still adjust the length using a key, but now this fits in the top of the grip and as you turn it the grip effectively slide up and down the shaft until you get the length you want.

On the back of the shaft there are hash marks showing the different lengths and I found the easiest way to adjust the putter is to hold the head in one hand and the wrench in the other and turn the wrench so you can see the grip move over the hash marks as you adjust it. The 32 inch length is marked at the bottom and then each mark is an increase of a quarter of an inch. This ingenious idea is not only simple to understand and use, but it is hidden from view and is one of the best technological devices in golf today. If you are someone who regularly finds 35 inch putters too long and 34 inch putters too short, being able to go for 34.5 inches without having to get someone to chop the shaft down and replace the grip saves time and money and means you golfers can get exactly the right length by adjusting it themselfs. Adjusting the shaft to the correct length means that the putter will sit better, your eyes will be in a better position over the ball and the weighting in the head design will work properly through the stroke as the head will be sitting flat.

 

The Heppler adjustable-length shaft is a lightweight, easy to use technology that is sleekly concealed beneath the grip, allowing golfers to customize length between 32" and 36" to fit their stroke and posture. The process is quick and intuitive through the use of an adjustment tool that inserts into the top of the grip. One full turn causes approximately a ¼" adjustment up or down, and the grip remains perfectly aligned during the adjustment process. It allows golfers to experiment with various lengths and ultimately self-fit themselves. Golfers are no longer limited to a specific length measurement. They simply adjust it until they’re comfortable, ideally with their eyes directly over the ball. If you need the lie adjusted from the standard 70° then this can still be done through Ping custom fitting by up to 2° or 4° depending on the model.

 

   

Anser 2

Bearing the same heel-toe weighting that helped make the original Anser 2 so popular, the Heppler version also shares the original’s angled heel ballast. The all-steel Heppler Anser 2 stands apart with color blocking that creates its own eye-pleasing alignment assistance.
 
 
 

Fetch

To elevate MOI over the Sigma 2 Fetch, which has steel bordering the center cutout, designers used aluminum here, then steel in the heel-toe ballasting for increased forgiveness. The color contrasting helps you focus on the alignment lines, causing the holed-out section to fade and not be the primary focus.
 

Floki

The strong-arc mallet is enjoying popularity, and the Floki expands a player’s fitting options while boasting the second-highest MOI in the Heppler line, owing to its 2/3 steel, 1/3 aluminum construction. Significant steel around the perimeter prevents twisting and its copper color contrasted against the black aluminum is designed to inspire confidence.

Specifications

Putter Type:  Blade
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  350g
Stroke Type:  Slight Arc
Lie Angle:  20° ±4°
Loft:  3° ±3°
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  365g
Stroke Type:  Straight
Lie Angle:  20° ±2°
Loft:  3° ±3°
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  365g
Stroke Type:  Strong Arc
Lie Angle:  20° ±4°
Loft:  3° ±3°
   

Ketsch

Its sole is steel, which also wraps the perimeter, a big reason this ½ steel, ½ aluminum Ketsch nearly doubles the MOI of the PING Vault 2.0 Ketsch. Like all the Heppler mallets, it effectively utilizes multi-material construction, and is the only putter in the family with three alignment lines, which frame the ball.

 

Piper Armlock

A mid-mallet is the predominant putter style among armlock players for its desirable head shape, and this Piper relies on the same low-CG, high-MOI, heel-toe weighted Piper C head. The difference is a non-adjustable double-bend shaft that attaches heel-side as opposed to the center, a 21-inch grip, and 6° standard loft. .

 

Piper C

If you prefer a center-shafted putter you'll find the Piper C gives you a performance edge. Relative to other center-shafted models, the CG is lower, and MOI is higher because of steel heel and toe weights integrated with the aluminum body.

 

Specifications
Putter Type:  Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  370g
Stroke Type:  Slight Arc, Straight
Lie Angle:  20° ±2°
Loft:  3° ±3°
 
Specifications
Putter Type:  Mid Mallet
Standard Length: 41.5"
Head Weight:  355g
Stroke Type:  Slight Arc, Straight
Lie Angle:  20° ±2°
Loft:  6° [custom lofts available]
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Mid Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  365g
Stroke Type:  Straight
Lie Angle:  20° ±4°
Loft:  3° ±1°
   

Tomcat 14

Airport runway lights inspired the alignment dots in the highest-MOI model in the Heppler family. The dots get closer together front to back to simulate motion, help with eye tracking, and frame the ball. The back ballasts are cored out and steel filled in this ½ steel, ½ aluminum putter.
 

Tyne 3

At address, the ratio of aluminum to steel appears to be 50/50; in fact, steel accounts for 2/3 of the weight, created by a thick back flange, resulting in a lower, much deeper CG and a higher MOI.
 

 

 

ZB3

A larger section of the cavity was carved out and the heel-toe ballasts are larger than those in the ZB 2 to achieve a high MOI in this strong-arc blade. The alignment dot is a product of our research showing this cue makes aiming easier for strong-arc players.
 
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  370g
Stroke Type:  Slight Arc, Straight
Lie Angle:  20° ±2°
Loft:  3° ±3°
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Mallet
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  360g
Stroke Type:  Slight Arc
Lie Angle:  20° ±4°
Loft:  3° ±3°
 

Specifications

Putter Type:  Blade
Length Range w/Adjustable Shaft: 32" - 36"
Head Weight:  355g
Stroke Type:  Strong Arc
Lie Angle:  20° ±4°
Loft:  3° ±3°

 

 
PING HEPPLER PUTTER GRIP OPTIONS
   PING HEPPLER GRIP OPTIONS     Description
  Modeled after the popular PP58 Midsize, its smaller pistol shape helps position the top hand more naturally on the club. With a rubber under-listing for a softer response.
  Offers a midsize, lightweight pistol design with a foam under-listing and dominant flats for face awareness.
  A larger-profile pistol shape to fit the contour of your hands, with a rubber under-listing for a softer response.
  The largest of the current pistol family fits naturally into the palm and fingertips to promote more-consistent grip pressure and quieter hands.
  This sleek 21" grip has a longer profile to provide multiple hand-placement options. The comfortable, tacky Excel polymer uses multiple tread patterns for accentuating feel.
 
 
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