WHAT IT DOES: These three blades have different faces: Two use milled steel for a firmer feel, and the other is fronted by a polymer insert for a softer touch. They all, however, reflect a similar approach: increasing the forgiveness in a blade. All three of these tour-inspired frames feature heavy tungsten inserts in the heel and toe to increase forgiveness on off-center hits yet remain relatively compact.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Even with these similar-looking blades, Ping magnifies the differences to help you settle on the right model. Examples include offering different face textures, graphite and steel-shaft options and contrasting colors at address. Another cool choice: The Kushin 4 is designed for an aggressive arcing stroke and the Anser 2D for a stroke with less arc. Read more>>
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|Anser||graphite||345||Custom||Left Hand / Right Hand||Anser||$280.00|
|Anser 2D||Graphite||355||Custom||Left Hand / Right Hand||Anser||$280.00|
|Kushin 4||Chrome steel||360||Custom||Left Hand / Right Hand||Flared||$280.00|
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