Ping K15 Review
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Ping K15 Review
By yiyad123 on Jul 20, 2012 06:29 AM
Every manufacturer seems to have their own product release cycle to successfully position their brand in the market. Ping is no different. In recent years they have adopted a late Summer/early Fall product release schedule.
Ping K15 Driver
The Ping K15 Driver has a larger 460cc head design that moves weight away from the clubface to push the centre of gravity backwards and provide a higher trajectory. By increasing the length from heel to toe Ping have also been able to create a larger surface to provide high levels of forgiveness and higher ball velocity.
The Ping Anser Irons features the TFC 149D graphite shaft that uses high balance point technology that allows the head mass to increase without affecting swing weight or the overall club weight to allow clubhead speed to remain consistent. This allows the K15 driver to generate higher ball speeds for longer and straighter drives.
Ping K15 Irons
The K15 iron features a titanium face, like it's departed Rapture cousin, to produce long, straight ball flights and maximum forgiveness on mishits. The K15 hybrid that complements the set is a slightly tweaked version of the G15, with more internal heel weighting to get the ball airborn and straight.
The Ping K15 Irons look almost identical to the G15, but once again these are designed purely to help the golfer hit it straight and as far as possible. But the K15 doesn't have as many options as it's G15 counter part.
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By jainnylee on Aug 07, 2012 06:12 AM
With all due respect to PING, there’s very little in the marketing we haven’t heard before. The head, which features a steel cavity with a lightweight titanium face, offers a low center of gravity and extremely high MOI, which in addition to helping the struggling golfer get the ball in, also makes for an exceptionally forgiving.