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Ping Anser Irons


$1,350.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Soft traditional feel upon impact that advanced golfers desire. Clean look that doesn't have any distracting visuals. Plenty of perimeter weighting that adds to the clubs forgiveness.

The Cons:Ping doesn't historically make forged irons- golfers may not trust them.

The Ping Anser Irons represent a set of upgraded, premium-grade Anser (1967) irons released in 2010. Geared for single-digit handicappers of any skill level, the premium Anser iron is neither compact nor overly large.

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Featured is a nickel Tungsten weight in the sole for a low and deep CG, easy launch, and higher trajectory; machined grooves for enhanced forgiveness; and forged 8620 carbon steel, which critics say provides a much softer and quieter feel that reduced impact vibrations. Several shafts are available, but the Ping AWT is the one most recommended. This long shaft uses ascending weight that works with the Answer’s lightwight/soft construction to provide greater control, as well as push distance and forgiveness.

Features

  • Premium-Grade Iron
  • Successor to Original Anser (1967)
  • Single-Digit Handicappers
  • Geared for All Skill Levels
  • Nickel Tungsten Weight
  • Low and Deep CG
  • Easy Launch
  • Higher Trajectory
  • Machined Grooves
  • Enhanced Forgiveness
  • Forged 8620 Carbon Steel
  • Soft/Quiet Feel
  • Reduced Vibrations
  • Ping AWT Shaft (Recommended)

Model Variations

  • 3         38.75"     21.0°     59.25°     0.23"     -3.0°     D1      
  • 4         38.25"     24.0°     60.00°     0.20"     -2.0°     D1
  • 5         37.75"     27.0°     60.75°     0.17"     -1.0°     D1
  • 6         37.25"     30.0°     61.50°     0.14"     3.0°     D1
  • 7         36.75"     33.5°     62.25°     0.12"     5.0°     D1
  • 8         36.25"     37.5°     63.00°     0.10"     6.0°     D1
  • 9         35.75"     41.5°     63.75°     0.08"     8.0°     D1
  • PW     35.50"     46.0°     64.00°     0.07"     9.0°     D3

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Pros
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    Soft traditional feel upon impact that advanced golfers desire

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    Clean look that doesn't have any distracting visuals

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    Plenty of perimeter weighting that adds to the clubs forgiveness

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    Produces quite a bit of spin with short irons

Cons
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    Ping doesn't historically make forged irons- golfers may not trust them

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