Adjustable Fairway Allows Golfers To Fine-Tune Trajectory
The Anser is PING's first adjustable fairway wood, offering golfers the ability
to fine-tune their trajectory plus or minus ½ degree through a process
called Trajectory Tuning.
PING Mens Anser Fairways feature:
Woods: #3 Wood • #4 Wood • #5 Wood
Lofts: 14.5 • 16.5 • 18.5
Trajectory Tuning allows the golfer to add or subtract ½ degree
of loft beyond the standard setting
Stainless steel fairway has more surface area low on the clubface to make
sure the ball contacts the club properly
Promotes a slightly lower, more penetrating ball flight with low spin,
which adds distance and elevates MOI across the face
Back of the sole is tapered to provide extra relief and ensure clean contact,
even from tight lies, uneven lies and light rough
Rear sole weight optimizes the center of gravity to promote a slightly
lower, more penetrating ball flight with low spin
Traditional shape and a straight lead edge inspires confidence
Dark non-glare, matte finish reduces distractions
PING TFC 800F graphite shaft available in Regular • Soft Regular • Stiff • X-Stiff
Available in left- and right-hand
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PING...Hear The Difference, Feel The Power
PING Mens Anser Fairways
Best FW wood I have tried
I tested almost all new available FW woods on a launch monitor before settling on the Anser. It was both the longest and the straightest for this 70-year-old 6 handicapper.
June 2, 2013
This club is really easy to hit. The ball just jumps off the face! I really like the looks of the club and the way it sets up.
October 11, 2012
This thing looks great and the flight is penetrating and long. I love it. I was hitting my 4W G20 too high. I have the 3W set to 15 degrees and I can hit 250 yards. Great club!!
September 29, 2012
This club sits beautifully and gives you a lot of confidence to hit it well. I find it has a great penetrating flight, it looks great and for me goes at least 15 yards further than its predecessor.
September 10, 2012