Ping Eye 53 Putters

Ping Eye 53 Putters 

DESCRIPTION

  • Stainless Steel

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 30, 2016]
Dick Conway
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Ping Eye 53

Best putter I've used since I was forced to change from my Scotty Belly Putter. I realise that 90% of putting success is in the head but the set up of this club really suits my game. I know the putter is Old School but it works for me. With other short sticks I tended to pull a lot of shots. My mate died and left me his old Ping Eye 53 putter. To be honest I stored it for a couple of years prior to doing any research. Eventually I read a review which gave details of the toe hang and advised that the light weight of the putter had an influence on pulled putts so I decided to dig mine out of storage - what a result. As it is still early days, since August 2016 only time will tell if the putter continues to be the one!

Customer Service

Brilliant.

Similar Products Used:

Various Ping and Scotty Cameron putters (to many to list)which have been and gone since the change in rules concerning the use of long putters.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 18, 2013]
Kevin
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Ping Eye53

Light. Well balanced. Sweet. Love mine.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 10, 2009]
dfirca
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Ping Eye 53

If you tend to pull putts, give this putter a try. I've played face balanced putters and putters with a 4:30 toe hang and continued to pull putts. I picked up this putter used with a larger tiger shark putter grip and I've never hit the ball so well. I don't know why manufacturers are making putter heads heavier and heavier. You don't use sledge hammers for precision nailing. For me, distance control is so much easier with a lighter head. I couldn't control my speed with a Cameron Studio Select with a 350 gram head, but proceeded to putt the lights out with this old school Ping. And the older stainless steel models provide a feel nearly similar to todays carbon steel. Stainless steel putters made today don't feel nearly as soft. I am waiting for a manganese bronze Ping putter with a similar toe hang, but this putter has taught me a lot about putter fitting. It's going to be hard for the MgBr to kick this club out of my bag though. Newer is not always better.

Customer Service

Fantastic. Ping's customer service are some of the best, and they can tell you club specs from 20 years ago. Also, Ping is the only company that continues to sell clubs from 20 years ago too.

Similar Products Used:

A lot! Scotty Cameron Circa 62 (great, but high maintenance), Rife 2-bar hybrid (not enough loft), White Hot XG Rossie (way too mushy), the new Ping Karsten (too harsh), Scotty Cameron Mil-Spec (best Cameron ever and still may get one), Scotty Cameron Red X (best mallet ever, just not enough toe hang for me), Bettinardi BC, Cleveland VP Milled (underrated) and many more

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 05, 2007]
jj
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: ping eye 53 putter

lovely looking devise. suits my eye and stroke to a "t".

Customer Service

ok

Similar Products Used:

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OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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