Is Anyone Gaming A PING Sigma G Tyne H?

DHarryDHarry Posts: 200
Hi guys,



Just wondering if anyone has one of these in their arsenal or in their bag? This putters feels great and I am surprised that it does not get as much love as the the Spider Tours. I think the Tyne H feels just as good, has a great roll and feels a little more stable. I am debating pulling the trigger on one of these.



Harry
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  • crazygolfnutcrazygolfnut CrazyGolfNut Members Posts: 1,161 ✭✭
    This is on my hit list. I have been to the store three times trying it out and have almost purchased one. Just not sure yet. Waiting to hear more input from others.
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  • dmeeksDCdmeeksDC ClubWRX Posts: 2,177 ClubWRX
    edited Jul 4, 2018 #3
    We are all thinking thr same. I have been checking out No. 7 style putter models for a while in search of one that is for slight arc and has a head of at least 370 grams so I can counterweight with 100 gram grip and 30 g internal weight. I also do not like multiple alignment lines or deep ones. I just want one line or dots perpendicular to the face.



    My faves:



    Ping Tyne H — Not the same as the Tyne. A lot better for my stroke. Feels great, looks great. Alignment line on topline is all I want and this one has it.



    Cleveland TFI 2135 Elevado (great alignment design) — Shorter wings so not quite a No. 7. But it is a less expensive version of Tiger’s new Ardmore 3. The 2135 lineup is quality, so underrated.



    Odyssey O Works Tank 7 is 380 grams but is face balanced, and I putted better with the 350 gram 7S.



    Also surprising was that I seem to fit well with the Odyssey Jailbird Mini S at 350 grams. Seems easy to aim. Nothing about this putter matches what I usually pick up but I found the squared lines built into the body made for a great way to use the face to aim and then check it.



    The Ping has been pretty hard to top in terms of stability. Still playing around with the Tyne H, Elevado and Jailbird. I am pretty close to grabbing a Tyne H as I want one to test left hand low putting. I feel more comfortable doing it with a mallet. I am left handed but play golf right handed. Speed control will take some work but in trying it, much more able to roll the ball on the line I want vs pushing or pulling it.
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  • DHarryDHarry Posts: 200
    Thank you for the replies. I pulled the trigger on the Tyne H earlier today. It will arrive early next week and I am really looking forward to rolling it.
  • GolfinrobGolfinrob Members Posts: 37
    Just hit the tyne at pga ss and was impressed. Was waiting on my scotty to get regripped and i have to say it felt really smooth. Actually made a bunch of putts on there display floor( i know it doesnt mean anything) but coming from playing only newports the last 15 years i figured id look at the new face balanced putters. Im now looking at getting one . I liked it over the scotty and the oddy. Felt comfortable not too much head movement and overall just a nice putter. Just gonna have to game one to tell
  • ATXHornATXHorn Members Posts: 623 ✭✭
    A playing partner has it with the black shaft and it's a beaut. He is a very good putter, traded in a redwood d66 he had rolled for a very long time. He added a 25G weight to his PP60 grip. It feels incredible.
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  • Jstdoit95Jstdoit95 jstdoit95 Members Posts: 188
    I just got one and I love it, it replaced my Newport, I’m online every time, even if I don’t get the center and the “ping” at impact it still feels like hitting the center with my Newport...absolutely love it
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  • Sean289Sean289 Members Posts: 902 ✭✭
    I said on here that the best putter I’ve ever rolled from 6 feet in was the Spider Tour black. I think this putter is even better. It’s so stable and the roll is very consistent. I am torn between getting one of these or a Vault 2.0 Dale Anser. The WRX’er in me will probabaly get both and have good head to head shoot out.
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Driver: PING G400 Max[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]3 Wood: PING G30[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]5 Wood: PING G30[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]3 Hybrid: Taylormade M3[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]4-9: PING G Series[/font]
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    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Putter: PING Anser Tr 1966[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Ball: Titleist ProV1x[/font]
  • IL2AZIL2AZ Posts: 276
    Sean289 wrote:


    I said on here that the best putter I’ve ever rolled from 6 feet in was the Spider Tour black. I think this putter is even better. It’s so stable and the roll is very consistent. I am torn between getting one of these or a Vault 2.0 Dale Anser. The WRX’er in me will probabaly get both and have good head to head shoot out.


    Same dilemma here.
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  • Sean289Sean289 Members Posts: 902 ✭✭
    Just a quick update on my end here. I’ve been putting a lot with my buddies Tyne H for the last 3 days or so. He doesn’t plan on playing in the next couple of weeks so he was happy for me to extend it to the length I use which is 36” and I threw a PP58 midsize cord on it.

    My conclusion is that while it feels great off the face and it feels much more solid than other Sigma G models, the headweight of 370g just has it too heavy for me at 36”. I couldn’t get any putt to the hole. Then when I hit it firmer, it really threw my rhythm out. I did a little better when I was imagining the cup a few feet beyond where it actually is but I do not want that mindset when I am on the course. If your preferred length is 33-34” I would encourage everyone to give this putter a go.

    I tried the Spider Tour Black twice and while it is 15g lighter, I couldn’t dial it in on lag putts. The Odyssey O-Works 7s and 2 Ball S are also much too soft IMHO.

    I have ordered a PING Vault Dale Stealth Anser and since I am also going through a phase of liking mallets with a small bit of toe hang, I just purchased a new Odyssey Works 7 crank hosel for 120 bucks shipped. I couldn’t pass that up. It has a lighter headweight of 350g as well so I might have more luck with it. I am looking forward to rolling them head to head.
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Driver: PING G400 Max[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]3 Wood: PING G30[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]5 Wood: PING G30[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]3 Hybrid: Taylormade M3[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]4-9: PING G Series[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]PW: Titleist Vokey SM5 48[/font][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]º[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]SW: Titleist Vokey SM5 52[/font][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]º[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]LW: Titleist Vokey SM5 60[/font][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]º[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Putter: PING Anser Tr 1966[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Ball: Titleist ProV1x[/font]
  • nova6868nova6868 Members Posts: 4,685 ✭✭
    I really like the look of the Tyne H, and hope PING stays with this general headshape.



    I would like to see them release a Tyne H Vault! That would look great and also presumably give the option to drop the weight a few grams as well. 370 is just a bit too heavy at 35 inches.
  • OLD_BONESOLD_BONES PingMan Chico, CAClubWRX Posts: 1,804 ✭✭
    I would like to bag one but 370 grams is about 20 grams heavier than I like.
  • DHarryDHarry Posts: 200
    I would also love this putter around 350g. It felt so good and rolled very well but as others mentioned, it feels a bit too heavy at 370g at 35 inches.
  • thesamwisethesamwise A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man Members Posts: 526 ✭✭
    nova6868 wrote:


    I really like the look of the Tyne H, and hope PING stays with this general headshape.



    I would like to see them release a Tyne H Vault! That would look great and also presumably give the option to drop the weight a few grams as well. 370 is just a bit too heavy at 35 inches.




    Here, here. I'm seeing price drops for most of the sigma putters and hoping that this means there will be new releases soon. The Tyne has been so popular that they have to be considering a Vault version, right?
  • cmrl1986cmrl1986 Members Posts: 2,354
    It was too heavy IMO. While I love a plumbers neck mallet and own quite a few, this one felt like a sledge hammer. Wish they would have done this in a 350g setup
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  • getitdailygetitdaily Members Posts: 2,432 ✭✭
    I've rolled it but prefer my face balanced tyne. I'm left hand low and sbst wo the toe hang of the tyne h caused the face to close too much for me.
  • SDLSDL Members Posts: 350 ✭✭
    Can anyone compare the performance of the Tyne H to the regular Tyne (without a hosel) in the Slight Arc set-up?
  • BoognishBoognish Members Posts: 716
    edited Aug 4, 2018 #18
    Price drop to $150 on these now image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />



    I am looking for more confidence on the shorties without sacrificing too much distance control. Thinking the Tyne H could be a good fit. I made a lot of putts with the Tank Cruiser 330m 35", but it was ultimately just too heavy. Tried a Odyssey #7 CH once and did not like it. The Tyne is a nice design variation on the #7.



    I actually have a Sigma G Piper3 that I like and is currently#2 behind the ER1. The Sigma G insert is really nice IMO.
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  • KaTooMKaTooM Members Posts: 1,308 ✭✭
    Boognish wrote:




    Price drop to $150 on these now image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />








    Figures...just my luck!!!



    This price cut comes about a 3 weeks after I paid full retail for my Tyne H!



    **** this immediate gratification!
  • RSMcRSMc Members Posts: 42
    Boognish wrote:


    Price drop to $150 on these now image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    If you can find them right now. I am having a hard time finding anyone with them in stock (at least in 34"). Let me know if you're aware of a place that has them in stock!
  • tdog4tdog4 tdog4 TexasMembers Posts: 624 ✭✭
    edited Aug 9, 2018 #21
    I got one at 34" and I really like the feel. Weight is spot on and alignment is super easy. Now to putt on some nice greens to see how this thing really rolls it. Ebay is your best bet to find as I was told by Morton Golf that these are unavailable from Ping. GIVE US A VAULT STEALTH VERSION!!!!!!!!



    This is the first #7 style putter hat does not sit closed to me.
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  • agoodmanmbkagoodmanmbk Posts: 492 ✭✭
    tdog4 wrote:
    I got one at 34" and I really like the feel. Weight is spot on and alignment is super easy. Now to putt on some nice greens to see how this thing really rolls it. Ebay is your best bet to find as I was told by Morton Golf that these are unavailable from Ping. GIVE US A VAULT STEALTH VERSION!!!!!!!!



    This is the first #7 style putter hat does not sit closed to me.




    I agree that if they had this in the vault 2.0 stealth I would buy it immediately
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  • OLD_BONESOLD_BONES PingMan Chico, CAClubWRX Posts: 1,804 ✭✭
    edited Aug 27, 2018 #23
    RSMc wrote:

    Boognish wrote:


    Price drop to $150 on these now image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />




    If you can find them right now. I am having a hard time finding anyone with them in stock (at least in 34"). Let me know if you're aware of a place that has them in stock!




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  • FAbbFAbb Members Posts: 15,808 ✭✭
    I was in need of a putter change, and walked out with one of these after rolling basically everything Golf Galaxy had to offer.



    I don't do well with elongated, mallet shaped putters, or face-balanced putters. I really like the squared off, anser style cavity the Tyne has to frame the ball. I feel like I get the stability from the wings, and the ease of alignment from the straight flange and plumbers neck. Best of both worlds.



    ... so I'll inevitably be done with the honeymoon and looking for a new flat stick soon enough lol.
  • agoodmanmbkagoodmanmbk Posts: 492 ✭✭
    tdog4 wrote:


    I got one at 34" and I really like the feel. Weight is spot on and alignment is super easy. Now to putt on some nice greens to see how this thing really rolls it. Ebay is your best bet to find as I was told by Morton Golf that these are unavailable from Ping. GIVE US A VAULT STEALTH VERSION!!!!!!!!



    This is the first #7 style putter hat does not sit closed to me.




    I meant to ask also, how did you like the putter outside of the golf shop greens when it was in play? still rolling good?....appears by your sig that you're still rocking the Tyne H
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  • FAbbFAbb Members Posts: 15,808 ✭✭
    I got my first round with the Tyne this afternoon. Overall, I'm very pleased.



    I was at a point where I didn't feel like I was putting poorly, but the results weren't where I wanted them to be. I just didn't feel great about looking down at the putter I was using anymore.



    Whether it was a flash in the pan or not, the Tyne certainly injected some life into my putting today. I had a few really nice lags, canned all the must makes, and dropped in a nice bomb.



    I really feel comfortable aligning it, and it swings nicely for being a sledge.



    Hopefully it proves to be a good move after a more meaningful sample of rounds, but I'm encouraged.
  • getitdailygetitdaily Members Posts: 2,432 ✭✭
    FAbb wrote:


    I got my first round with the Tyne this afternoon. Overall, I'm very pleased.



    I was at a point where I didn't feel like I was putting poorly, but the results weren't where I wanted them to be. I just didn't feel great about looking down at the putter I was using anymore.



    Whether it was a flash in the pan or not, the Tyne certainly injected some life into my putting today. I had a few really nice lags, canned all the must makes, and dropped in a nice bomb.



    I really feel comfortable aligning it, and it swings nicely for being a sledge.



    Hopefully it proves to be a good move after a more meaningful sample of rounds, but I'm encouraged.




    This was my story with the non H tyne. Out of the gate with the putter I was confident. Rarely 3 putted. Made everything inside 7 feet.



    But I haven't been making anything outside 10 feet lately. I have several rounds lately with 12-14 greens and shoot a couple over par, just not making birdie putts.



    I still like the tyne but am.going to switch it up to see if I can make a few more 10+ footers per round. Probably put an oslo in play that I recently bought.
  • FAbbFAbb Members Posts: 15,808 ✭✭
    getitdaily wrote:

    FAbb wrote:


    I got my first round with the Tyne this afternoon. Overall, I'm very pleased.



    I was at a point where I didn't feel like I was putting poorly, but the results weren't where I wanted them to be. I just didn't feel great about looking down at the putter I was using anymore.



    Whether it was a flash in the pan or not, the Tyne certainly injected some life into my putting today. I had a few really nice lags, canned all the must makes, and dropped in a nice bomb.



    I really feel comfortable aligning it, and it swings nicely for being a sledge.



    Hopefully it proves to be a good move after a more meaningful sample of rounds, but I'm encouraged.




    This was my story with the non H tyne. Out of the gate with the putter I was confident. Rarely 3 putted. Made everything inside 7 feet.



    But I haven't been making anything outside 10 feet lately. I have several rounds lately with 12-14 greens and shoot a couple over par, just not making birdie putts.



    I still like the tyne but am.going to switch it up to see if I can make a few more 10+ footers per round. Probably put an oslo in play that I recently bought.




    I'm not under any delusion that the putter itself improved my performance yesterday. Like I mentioned, I feel like I've been rolling the ball fine as of late. I just accumulated enough negative mindset, that I needed to look down at a different putter. It's basically just a mental reset. I don't have any good or bad mojo built up with this putter yet.



    One thing other than the alignment I really like with this putter is the firmer face. I feel like sometimes I lose a little bit of speed control with softer insert faces, like the O-Works I was using.



    For the stuff outside 10ft, as long as speed control is good, that's all about putting skill and a little luck. You've got to match up speed and line really well for that stuff. It's easy to get in a rut where you feel like you're just not making any of that stuff, and at least for me, it usually means my reads are poor.
  • erock9174erock9174 North Canton, OHMembers Posts: 3,928 ✭✭
    does anyone know what Ping calls the dark finish on the Tyne H?

    I really like how it looks and it seems like if it rubs against something you just buff it with a rag and the blemishes come right out.

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    Putter: Ping Sigma G Tyne H


  • duffputterduffputter Members Posts: 360 ✭✭
    It's called Black Nickel.
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  • icecat88icecat88 Members Posts: 1,132 ✭✭
    Is it me or does the shaft on the H look little different down toward the bend toward the hossel
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