The Anser series has an adjustable Driver and fairway woods and the Serene Women's family of Drivers, Fairway woods, hybrids. irons and putter). For more detailed specs on the Ping Anser Equipment.
The new Tour wedge with "gorge grooves" are now available.
The ladies have a new set of Ping Serene , check out the details.
The Ping i20 series clubs focus on combining a measure of forgiveness with workability, "with the goal to make any golfer a more versatile and complete player," according to chairman and CEO John A. Solheim.
Perhaps the first thing golfers will notice is the matte-black finish on the woods and hybrids. Some other companies are going all-white recently; Ping goes the other direction here. The finish is non-glare.
Engineering targeting high launch angles runs through the Ping i20 series, while the driver also offers aerodynamic benefits. A brief look at each club in the Ping i20 series follows below .
Ping G25 Driver
The Ping G25 driver with the adjustable-hosel is available in four lofts - 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees, but each of those lofts is adjustable up or down by a half-degree.
The adjustable hosel is the same diameter as Ping's fixed hosels, , this is called the Trajectory Tuning Technology. The hosel adjustments that affect loft are made using a Ping wrench.
The G25 driver looks striking with its charcoal, non-glare finish.
The clubhead is 460cc in volume, titanium, with an ultra-thin crown, but with internal structural support in the crown, sole and skirt intended to create a solid feel and sound. The center of gravity position is lower and deeper than in previous Ping drivers.
The Ping G25 driver comes with the TFC 189D graphite shaft as stock. It's a high-balance-point shaft, lightweight, and developed specifically for the G25.
Ping i20 Fairway Woods
Ping G25 Fairway Woods
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The Ping G25 fairway woods come in the charcoal, non-glare finish. They also have an extreme variable thickness clubface, designed to translate the energy of impact into higher ball speeds.
The Ping G25 fairways come in 3-wood (15 degrees of loft), 4-wood (16.5), 5-wood (18), and 7-wood (21). The stock graphite shaft is the TFC 189F
Ping i20 Hybrids
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Ping G25 Hybrids
The Ping G25 hybrids are the clubs' progressive center-of-gravity positions. That means that the CG location is slightly different for each of the hybrids - lower and farther back in the lower-lofted clubs, slightly forward in the higher lofts.
Five G25 hybrids are available: 17 degrees, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degrees. They have stainless steel clubheads with external sole weights to maneuver the CG and improve MOI.
As for looks, they have squared toes and heels, and that charcoal, non-glare finish.
The Ping G25 hybrids have the TFC 189H graphite shaft stock
Ping 25 Irons
The Ping G25 irons come in 3-iron through 9-iron plus pitching wedge, U-wedge (gap wedge), sand wedge and lob wedge. The stock steel shaft is the Ping CFS; the stock graphite shaft is the TFC 189i.
The Ping G25 irons are high-launching, game-improvement implements with a dark, non-glare matte finish.
Ping G20 Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Complementing the G20 driver, the Ping G20 fairway woods and hybrids are designed to be forgiving, high-launching and playable from a variety of lies.
The fairway woods are built from 17-4 stainless steel with external weighting the helps lower and deepen the center of gravity. Two graphite shafts are available as stock options. The TFC 169F is higher-launching and the TFC 169F Tour is lower-launching.
The hybrids are offset and have a shorter heel-to-toe length. There is more bounce and greater camber, design features that company says help the hybrids glide more smoothly through grass, particularly when the ball is sitting down in the rough.
The Ping G20 fairway woods come in 3, 4, 5 and 7-wood models.
The Ping G20 hybrids come in lofts of 17, 20, 23, 27 and 31 degrees
Ping Anser Wedges
The Anser wedges are forged from 8620 carbon steel and have what the company calls a "soft yet solid" feel.
The wedge heads include a tungsten weight in the toe that maneuvers the center of gravity into the desired position and increases the MOI. The flight characteristics that result are high-spin, low-trajectory.
The Ping Anser Forged wedges come in lofts of 50, 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60 degrees. The stock steel shafts are the Dynamic Gold Spinner W and Ping CFS; the stock graphite shaft is the TFC 169i.
Ping Anser Milled Putters
Each new putter from Ping is balanced to fit one of three specific types of putting strokes: straight, slight arc and strong arc. On the shaft of every new Ping putter is a label indicating which type of stroke that putter is designed to work best with.
Of course, the Anser Milled series carries one of the most famous names of putter models in golf. This new Anser series debuts with seven models, milled from 303 stainless steal, with various hosel configurations, and slight variations in toplines, heel-toe length and toe radius.
All the Anser Milled models have a non-glare, satin nickel finish. Each Anser Milled putter has an MSRP of $325. The seven models (with their associated Fit for Stroke labels in parenthenses) are: Anser Milled (Slight Arc), Anser Milled 1 (Slight Arc), Anser Milled 2 (Slight Arc), Anser Milled 3 (Slight Arc), Anser Milled 4 (Strong arc), Anser Milled 5 (Straight), Anser Milled 6 (Strong Arc).
The Ping Scottsdale line was introduced in 2010, but now the company is adding seven additional models. All models have the series' dark PVD finish that sets off high-contrast alignment aids and sightlines.
Ping Sydney Putters
In Ping's new "Fit for Stroke" fitting guide, the Sydney is labeled for straight putting strokes.
Designed for maximum forgiveness and easy alignment, the Sydney frame is milled aluminum. The putter head includes three tungsten weights that help with balance and increased MOI. The finish is a "nano nickel coating."
Adjustable Belly Putter
Conventional putters most commonly come at up to 36 inches in length. The common range for belly putters is from 41 to 44 inches in length. The adjustable Ping Nome 405 putter allows the golfer to change the shaft length over a 9-inch range, from a shortest length of 37.5 inches to a longest length of 46.5 inches.
The upper portion of the shaft (the part under the grip) is graphite, and it slides up and down over the lower portion of the shaft (which is 17-4 stainless steel).
To change the shaft length, the golfer uses a Ping adjustment tool, which threads into a locking ring on the shaft. Turn the tool to loosen the ring and the shaft telescopically lengthens or shortens. Find the desired length and then tighten the locking ring, again using the Ping adjustment tool. That's it.
As with other putters that incorporate Ping's Fit for Stroke fitting concept, the adjustable-shaft Ping Nome 405 belly putter is available in three different shaft bends to match three different types of putting strokes: straight, slight arc and strong arc.
Here are some putting tips on how to use a belly putter and fitting for a belly or long putter.
PINK PING DRIVERS
As for the pink Ping G20, in this case "limited edition" means that only 5,000 of the drivers are being made. They'll be available in lofts of 9.5, 10.5, and 12 degrees for right-handers and 10.5 degrees for left-handers (R and S shafts), plus a women's version with Ladies-flex shaft and 12-degrees of loft. Each TFC 169D shaft will include the label, "Bubba Long in Pink. Driven by PING. Limited Edition 2012." The driver comes with a matching pink headcover.
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