Martin Hopley

The Ping Doc15 putter is actually surprisingly light for it's size as it really is 15 centimetres long.

It is a little more visually appealing than the Doc17 and it has a great feel off the clubface.

The sheer size of the face and arc behind it make it very easy to line up and it is very well balanced. However you pretty much have to have the sole of the Ping Doc15 putter flat on the ground, which in turn means that you have to have your hands in the exact position the lie of the shaft has been set at.

Ping can adjust this, but if you like putting with the toe up, then this is not the putter for you. At least you will very quickly know if your stance is out of line!

Overall great feel, nice to use, but it won't be in our bag as the size of it is still a little on the large side. Lovely grips though.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Ping Doc 15 C Putter

Ping Doc 15 C Putter - Product Details

Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityRight
Club Lengths34, 35 inches
Shaft TypesSteel
Putter InsertNo
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User Reviews

Alejandro Navarro
July 2018

I got it and it is the best putter for me. Well balanced. Not heavy for its size. Perfect if you have a straight line put swing Ugly but does the job perfect

October 2015

I recently got a Ping DOC 12.5 and I love it. For some reason the 12.5 is actually larger than the 15 or 17. Although it's almost 15 years old, in shape is similar to the hottest putter going right now the Ketsch. The rep at Ping told me they made some larger but the USGA wouldn't allow them. What happens with these larger mallets- It doesn't matter where on the face you strike the ball. The consistency you get from this putter is amazing.

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