Anser

PING’s first forged design in more than 40 years combines a soft 8620 steel body with a dense tungsten sole to deliver superior feel and forgiveness. The hollow-sole cavity pushes the CG low and back for higher-launching, softer-feeling shots. This progressive set design offers long-iron forgiveness and short-iron control.

The Anser is available for fill-in or replacement only.

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SPECIFICATIONS

ANSER Specifications

ClubLoftLengthOffsetLieBounceSwing WeightDexterity
321.00°38.75"0.23"59.25°-3.0°D1RH/LH
424.00°38.25"0.20"60.00°-2.0°D1RH/LH
527.00°37.75"0.17"60.75°-1.0°D1RH/LH
630.00°37.25"0.14"61.50°3.0°D1RH/LH
733.50°36.75"0.12"62.25°5.0°D1RH/LH
837.50°36.25"0.10"63.00°6.0°D1RH/LH
941.50°35.75"0.08"63.75°8.0°D1RH/LH
PW46.00°35.50"0.07"64.00°9.0°D3RH/LH
  • These are design specifications that may vary due to manufacturing tolerances.
  • Lie angle based on Black Color Code at standard length.
  • Standard swing weights for graphite shafts are 1 point lighter than standard swing weights for steel shafts shown above.

PING’s first forged design in more than 40 years, the Anser carries the same name as one of the early iron models Karsten Solheim produced before he transitioned to the popular investment-casting process. The newest version pushes the forging process to create performance benefits not previously associated with a forged club.

To create unequalled forged-iron feel and forgiveness, engineers combined an 8620 steel body with a dense tungsten sole and machined grooves. For a softer feel, they added a hollow-sole cavity, which also positions the CG low and back for higher-launching shots. The progressive set design offers long-iron forgiveness and short-iron control.