Ping Anser Irons Are Striking
The looks of the new 2011 Anser Forged irons are striking. Satin chrome finish with ox blood red and grey accents.Larger blade than the S56 or the I-15. Some think they look great in the photos, but a little "clunky" up close.The heel, toe and CTP cavity are all milled using a CNC machining center. This type of costly process drives the cost up but also insures the face thickness is minimal and meets tolerances post forging. By doing this Ping says they will be able to maintain the tightest standards as the forging dies wear over time. The result is visually appealing as you look at the cavity. Jewelry comes to mind as you look and see the machining cutter paths.
The Ping Anser Iron Set has a forged, multi-metal design. The Anser iron combines an 8620 steel body and tungsten sole to provide unequalled forged-iron performance. The face and grooves are machined for added spin and its hollow sole cavity design improves feel and positions the center of gravity for higher launch. A progressive set design offers forgiveness in the long irons and greater control in the short irons.
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