A traditional blade player will shy away. The Ping Anser Irons has a wider sole and more forgiveness that will make some look for something more compact.
PING irons aren't suppose to be forged. When I think of PING irons the following design features come to mind: investment cast, moderate offset, industrial grey Guyson finish, healthy topline, wider soles.
Ping Anser Forged Irons head starts off as a billet of 8620 steel and is hammered three times by a forging press three stories tall. The entire head is then machined, the face is milled flat, the grooves are cut, and the four cavities are milled into the back of the iron. That is part one of a lengthy process that makes these irons very different that the majority of sets today. No cost was spared to build these unique high end technology packed set.
The Anser carries the same name as one of the early 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.
We've been talking about wholesale golf store for while," Rollins said. "But for our guys, it's kind of funny. Once we put chrome on a cast club, people thought it was forged.The PING badge on the back of the club is a weight that can be changed as part of the fitting process.
At last, it built to appeal to all golfers, and already in use of the PGA Tour, the Discount PING Anser Forged a forged, cavity back iron made from multi-materials.