Trajectory Tuning Technology allows you to hone inyour launch angle and spin rate to increase distance. When adding loft, the face angle closes slightly; when subtracting, the face angle opens slightly. However, our Trajectory Tuning Technology minimizes face-angle effects. This lets you fine-tune the height of your trajectory by changing loft before a round to suit the playing conditions, the weather, or changes in your swing. The body of the traditionally shaped 460cc head is centrifugally cast into a complex, variable-thickness geometry from Ti 8-1-1, a light, low-density alloy, which yields extra weight that is redistributed to increase MOI on both axes.
A variable-thickness face helps generateincredible ball velocity. External sole weighting positions the CG low and raises the MOI, which provides a mid-high launch that adds to distance and forgiveness. Its neutral head rotation promotes a straight ball flight, and the Anser’s low-spin design minimizes left or right curvature to help drives find the fairway. It has a non-glare, matte black finish.
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ANSER Driver Specifications
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The Ping Anser Fairway woods are versatile because they are used off the tee and off the ground.PING fairway woods excel from all types of lies and conditions. Built with a lot of forgiveness into them and the center of gravity is optimized to achieve longer, higher-launching shots that find their targets. PING’s industry-leading custom-fitting process can help you determine the mix of fairway wood lofts (along with shaft type and flex) that will optimize your launch conditions to give you the best result.
When adding loft, the face angle closes slightly; when subtracting, the face angle opens slightly. However, we’ve designed our Trajectory Tuning Technology to minimize face-angle effects. This approach lets you fine-tune the height of your trajectory by changing loft before a round to suit the playing conditions, the weather, or changes in your swing.
Gorge Grooves in the Tour wedgePing’s new Tour wedge features an innovation called Gorge Groove Technology, designed to maximise spin and control. The grooves are precision-milled at the company’s Phoenix plant, allowing the company’s machinists to hold very tight tolerances and to monitor every groove variable: top-edge radius, width, depth, spacing, and wall angle.