Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by. Well, we’ve already released pictures of Ping Golf’s first ever adjustable driver, but now we’ve got the low-down on all the clubs technology, specs and prices after Ping’s recent press release. This new driver features the same 8-1-1 titanium seen in the i20/G20 models, has an elongated head shape, deep face and its being positioned as a game improvement club (I scratch my head at this claim considering it is customizable). This driver produces a slightly lower trajectory than the i20/G20 model, coupled with reduced spin. This club carries a $399 pricetag. Enjoy the pictures, video, specs and see what Ping has to say below:
Trajectory Tuning Technology allows you to hone in your 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 generate incredible 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.