The forged, multi-metal design, of the Ping Anser Forged combines an 8620 steel body, a dense tungsten sole, and machined grooves for unequaled forged-iron feel and forgiveness. Its hollow-sole cavity softens feel and positions the CG for higher-launching shots. The progressive set design offers long-iron forgiveness and short-iron control.
Many other sports have equipment designed for training needs such as exercise bikes, rowing machines and treadmills. Now golfers can enjoy the same training experience in their own home. Matthew believes women will particularly benefit from these kind of exercises.
"I see lots of women golfers who have really good technique and swing mechanics," she explained. "However many of them lack strength through the golf swing. This results in lower club head speed which means they do not hit the ball as far as they should.
And the 41-year-old isn't the only well-known golf name backing the product. Simon Yates, seventh in all time career earnings on the Asian PGA Tour, said: "This is ideal for the keen golfer.
"It works all the muscles in a golf swing and you don't have to spend lots of time in the gym. Forget spending lots of money on the latest drivers, just spend a few minutes each week using this machine and you will gain the Extra 20 Yards.
The Ansercarries the same name as one of the early models Karsten Solheim produced before he transitioned to the popular investment casting process.
Forged Multi-Metal Design
Combining an 8620 steel body with a dense tungsten sole, the Anser offers unequaled forged-iron performance.
A hollow-sole cavity enhances the Anser's soft feel and pushes the CG low and back for higher-launching iron shots.
The mechanism is carefully designed to specifically increase strength in the correct muscles for golf and subsequently improve club head speed - facts that were immediately identified by Matthew.