Earlier this year Ping launched the TR 1966 Anser and Anser 2. One of the reasons for this was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Ping Anser putter.
Did you know?
How the club got its name is nearly as interesting as how it was designed. Karsten had told his wife, Louise, he was determined to find an answer to the flaws of other putters used at the time. The day before Solheim’s brainchild was produced they were at the engravers going over details when Louise suggested he call it the Answer. Karsten balked, saying it was no name for a putter and, besides, the name wouldn’t fit on the toe. Louise held her ground and said, “Just leave out the w.” After Karsten could not come up with a better idea, the name was used.