Ping Bruzer

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  • gripandripgripandrip Members Posts: 955 ✭✭
    Cat lovers will like it. Yuck.
  • MattM97MattM97 Members Posts: 208 ✭✭
    They just added wings for speed I see.
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  • ChristopherMcDonaldChristopherMcDonald Members Posts: 2,396 ✭✭
    man, agreed with the almost as bad as forum update thing... What a disaster
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  • craz-ecraz-e Members Posts: 4,026 ✭✭
    looks like I’m in the minority but for a high moi putter very similar to the spider I think it looks pretty sweet
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  • RedbirdRedbird Members Posts: 2,233 ✭✭
    Look like cat ears on that thing.  
  • Golf64Golf64 Go Habs Go! Ontario, CanadaMembers Posts: 7,705 ✭✭
    Holy bat ears, Batman?!
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  • 03trdblack03trdblack ClubWRX Posts: 1,829 ClubWRX
    I'd roll it. 
  • EeeccEeecc Members Posts: 9 ✭✭
    Looks like that new Tour SC. Wonder who copied who?
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  • poppman2142poppman2142 Members Posts: 1,143 ✭✭
    Looks like the **** end of a fish.  Where are the pld putters, come on ping!
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  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,802 ✭✭
    Ears meant to resemble his dog.

    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Usually dogs aren&#39;t allowed in the Gold Putter Vault. But, it looks like Bruzer has connections. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/PINGFamily?src=hash&amp;amp;ref_src=twsrc^tfw">#PINGFamily</a> <a href="https://t.co/dAPqYrldrd">pic.twitter.com/dAPqYrldrd</a></p>&mdash; PING GOLF (@PingTour) <a href="">March 6, 2017</a></blockquote>
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  • A.PrinceyA.Princey Major Hacker Members Posts: 2,071 ✭✭

    Again, I plan on calling a few places in and around the QC, but snow seemed minimal a month ago, by now a few spots could be opening?

    Anyone near Davenport or Bettendorf have any insight?

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  • A.PrinceyA.Princey Major Hacker Members Posts: 2,071 ✭✭
    ^^^Sorry, wrong forum thread
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  • Lancj1Lancj1 Posts: 883 ✭✭
    I love the ay Ping have copied Camerons latest, or do you think Ping let this slip so Scotty could spend millions researching and come out with his latest line......
    This is a horrible putter, on first look, but I said that about the Spider and I have bagged one for two years now based on performance.
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  • ColinKelvinColinKelvin Members Posts: 106 ✭✭
    Looks like the **** end of a fish.  Where are the pld putters, come on ping!
    This IS a PLD putter, although it's by far the ugliest I have seen so far with the weird pink pig's ears.  In all-black, it would be OK, if not massively original.
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play. 
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  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,802 ✭✭
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
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  • nova6868nova6868 Members Posts: 4,686 ✭✭
    Konklifer said:
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
    Well it is pretty disappointing to see a company go from having everything available to their customers to having an entire line of putters (which most of their staff are using) that are simply not available.

  • GolfMonster09GolfMonster09 PING Staff 2019 Posts: 1,455 ✭✭
    The Bruzer will be available through accounts, but in very limited numbers. Like the last few PLD releases. Yes, they are making some "Tour Only" stuff like Louis oosthuizen's PLD ZB but I can't say I blame them.
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  • ColinKelvinColinKelvin Members Posts: 106 ✭✭
    Konklifer said:
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
    My point, quite simply, is that from the 60s to the 00s, Ping was a company which, as far as I know, made available all its putter designs to everyone from club golfers to tour pros (who could add weight and customise their putter through WRX/the famous Jim Wells).  This was in line with Karsten's original philosophy of Ping making innovative, well-engineered clubs for everyone.

    It's a matter of regret, in my opinion, that in the last couple of years they have strayed from this, copied other companies, and now have ranges for the mass market, and a range exclusively for pros.  There have been three PLD releases so far: an Anser head with very limited customization, a Ketsch with 2 camo finishes, and a Ketsch mid with a copper sole.  Meanwhile, an array of PLD models are being played on tour which are not, it seems, going to be made available to the plebs who actually buy Ping's product. That will makes some consumers feel excluded.  Others may disagree, but this is how I feel about it as a long-time Ping fan.
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  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX Posts: 25,056 ✭✭
    I don't care what ya'll say.  I like it.  :)
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  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,802 ✭✭
    edited Mar 21, 2019 2:27pm #22
    Konklifer said:
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
    My point, quite simply, is that from the 60s to the 00s, Ping was a company which, as far as I know, made available all its putter designs to everyone from club golfers to tour pros (who could add weight and customise their putter through WRX/the famous Jim Wells).  This was in line with Karsten's original philosophy of Ping making innovative, well-engineered clubs for everyone.

    It's a matter of regret, in my opinion, that in the last couple of years they have strayed from this, copied other companies, and now have ranges for the mass market, and a range exclusively for pros.  There have been three PLD releases so far: an Anser head with very limited customization, a Ketsch with 2 camo finishes, and a Ketsch mid with a copper sole.  Meanwhile, an array of PLD models are being played on tour which are not, it seems, going to be made available to the plebs who actually buy Ping's product. That will makes some consumers feel excluded.  Others may disagree, but this is how I feel about it as a long-time Ping fan.
    I certainly wish the PLD offerings were widely available (I hear some will be out this summer), but I don't think the putter line is cause to label the entire company as having strayed from their original philosophy. When their tour staff starts playing drivers with diamonds and TC stamps that none of us can buy, then perhaps a case can be made. Right now, what they play is what anyone can buy, PLD excluded. Even the Blueprints are coming.

    I think they are working to determine why their last few putter lines have not been embraced by their tour staff, and seem to be getting close to figuring it out. Hopefully that means PLD for everyone. 
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  • nova6868nova6868 Members Posts: 4,686 ✭✭
    edited Mar 21, 2019 2:59pm #23
    I agree with that, they have had a string of putter releases that weren't used much by the tour staff. I actually suspect it's the TR grooves. But I'm not sure since it seems like those grooves were received pretty well initially.

  • chris975dchris975d GeorgiaClubWRX Posts: 1,894 ClubWRX
    Konklifer said:
    Konklifer said:
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
    My point, quite simply, is that from the 60s to the 00s, Ping was a company which, as far as I know, made available all its putter designs to everyone from club golfers to tour pros (who could add weight and customise their putter through WRX/the famous Jim Wells).  This was in line with Karsten's original philosophy of Ping making innovative, well-engineered clubs for everyone.

    It's a matter of regret, in my opinion, that in the last couple of years they have strayed from this, copied other companies, and now have ranges for the mass market, and a range exclusively for pros.  There have been three PLD releases so far: an Anser head with very limited customization, a Ketsch with 2 camo finishes, and a Ketsch mid with a copper sole.  Meanwhile, an array of PLD models are being played on tour which are not, it seems, going to be made available to the plebs who actually buy Ping's product. That will makes some consumers feel excluded.  Others may disagree, but this is how I feel about it as a long-time Ping fan.
    I certainly wish the PLD offerings were widely available (I hear some will be out this summer), but I don't think the putter line is cause to label the entire company as having strayed from their original philosophy. When their tour staff starts playing drivers with diamonds and TC stamps that none of us can buy, then perhaps a case can be made. Right now, what they play is what anyone can buy, PLD excluded. Even the Blueprints are coming.

    I think they are working to determine why their last few putter lines have not been embraced by their tour staff, and seem to be getting close to figuring it out. Hopefully that means PLD for everyone. 
    The PLD slated for summer release is this Bruiser model.  No others are scheduled to be released at this time.  
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  • KonkliferKonklifer Thinkin' of a master plan... location, location.Members Posts: 7,802 ✭✭
    chris975d said:
    Konklifer said:
    Konklifer said:
    Don't get me started on Ping making tour-only putters these days, having built up their reputation for years in Karsten's time by never even paying pros to use their putters, all of which were available to everyone, regardless of their level of play.  
    What is your point?
    My point, quite simply, is that from the 60s to the 00s, Ping was a company which, as far as I know, made available all its putter designs to everyone from club golfers to tour pros (who could add weight and customise their putter through WRX/the famous Jim Wells).  This was in line with Karsten's original philosophy of Ping making innovative, well-engineered clubs for everyone.

    It's a matter of regret, in my opinion, that in the last couple of years they have strayed from this, copied other companies, and now have ranges for the mass market, and a range exclusively for pros.  There have been three PLD releases so far: an Anser head with very limited customization, a Ketsch with 2 camo finishes, and a Ketsch mid with a copper sole.  Meanwhile, an array of PLD models are being played on tour which are not, it seems, going to be made available to the plebs who actually buy Ping's product. That will makes some consumers feel excluded.  Others may disagree, but this is how I feel about it as a long-time Ping fan.
    I certainly wish the PLD offerings were widely available (I hear some will be out this summer), but I don't think the putter line is cause to label the entire company as having strayed from their original philosophy. When their tour staff starts playing drivers with diamonds and TC stamps that none of us can buy, then perhaps a case can be made. Right now, what they play is what anyone can buy, PLD excluded. Even the Blueprints are coming.

    I think they are working to determine why their last few putter lines have not been embraced by their tour staff, and seem to be getting close to figuring it out. Hopefully that means PLD for everyone. 
    The PLD slated for summer release is this Bruiser model.  No others are scheduled to be released at this time.  
    If true, too bad. Ping is still making clubs for everyone. Many tour staff use TR, Sigma, and Vault putters.
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  • Fish-N-ChipsFish-N-Chips Members Posts: 867 ✭✭
    All I want is a mini Tyne. I don't even care if it has grooves. 
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  • shankeyshankey Members Posts: 30 ✭✭
    I agree with fish n chips. I just want a mini tyne. They look amazing

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  • JAMH03JAMH03 Members Posts: 273 ✭✭

    Like it, definitely have no interest in playing with it though.

    If anybody has Marty' J's email I wanna ask him why he hasn't reconfigured the Ketch to pick up balls not a terrribly big ask i don't think.

    Comparisons are odious.

  • JAMH03JAMH03 Members Posts: 273 ✭✭

    "Ketsch"
    If they slightly changed the steel weight on the bottom scalloped the edges then there would be a nice little shelf or platform to add being able to pick up the ball and possibly improve an already great putter.

    Having some probs with pics now (?)

    Anyways look at these links1 links2 to see what I'm talking about.

    Comparisons are odious.

  • TheMoneyShotTheMoneyShot ***FIGJAM/Twirl of Doom*** Members Posts: 30,353 ✭✭

    Yikes, that it a bad looking Ping putter imo. I’m sure it rolls the back nice though.

  • gallas2gallas2 Leading my flight in strokes gained punching out Members Posts: 752 ✭✭

    I like cats. I also like making birdies. Ping guy said there's 3 of these birdie chasers available in my area so of course I said yes. Watch for it soon in the BST when I go back to the $80 odyssey for the 100th time.

    G400, P770's, F913, Vokey 54, M1 hybrid and an $80 Odyssey...
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