Have you ever carefully looked inside one set of wholesale golf clubs and discovered how fantastic the inner world is? More than anything, today I'd like to guide you to explore the world of the Ping Anser Forged Irons. When it comes to the PING golf clubs, golfers would think of the investment cast, moderate offset, industrial grey Guyson finish, healthy topline and wider soles first.
Similarly, the Ping Anser Forged Irons carries the same name as one of the early iron models Karsten Solheim produced before he transitioned to the popular investment-casting process. Ping launches the "Super Car" of Irons. Forged, milled, exotic material for weighting, CG and MOI. Touch of class with weight ports in the center of the head to tune swingweight without moving the CG away from the center of the face. The Anser Forged Iron is a special club for the serious golfer looking to enjoy a unique set of irons not many will see.
Then, let us emphatically explore the technological world of the wholesale Anser Forged Irons. The iron 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 four cavities are the toe cavity, heel cavity, CTP (custom tuning port) cavity and the hallow-sole cavity. The milling is evident by the milling marks in the toe and heel cavities and are there to create forgiveness and improve MOI. This makes it easier to hit the clubs higher and straighter. The advanced milling guarantees the Anser irons are built to very high tolerances, creating the same exact geometry in each club.
Years of hearing Ping fans desire for a forging and here it is. True jewelry and packed with technology. Looking for an option that isn't a blade you need to put this model on the top of your list to consider. If you are serious about the game and want to have irons that very few will ever see then the Anser is the way to go.