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Claasic Irons--Ping G15 Irons 
By delia on Sep 20, 2012 08:01 AM
When you are setting up to a "classic" iron, what kinds of thoughts run through your mind? For me, I imagine the silky smooth feel of the sweet spot. That is PING G15 Irons.

The majority of the G15′s features should be familiar. The groves are painted the same with one final grove painted in white to help with alignment. The hosel has the same characteristic gouge all PING irons have had in recent years. The sole of the club utilizes the same font as it has in the past.

Honestly, I believe PING almost took pride in that statement claiming that they chose brains over beauty. However, the Ping G20 Irons are not ugly. As if the engineers collaborated with an artist to design the club's cavity, the new red, black, and silver color scheme highlights the new Custom Tuning Port. The colors are both subtle and attractive.

For someone that has not played a Ping Anser in quite a while, setting up to the G15s can be quite a shock to the system. Literally, no matter what angle you look at the club, the wide sole - which is even wider than before - was unavoidable.

The epicenter of the G15′s technological advances is the new Custom Tuning Port. The weight savings of a thinner face allowed the engineers move weight to the perimeter - particularly the toe - to improve forgiveness for off-center hits as well as increase MOI.

The PING G15 are comically forgiving. I tried hitting the ball out of the center of the fairway, the rough, fairway bunkers, pine straw, and mud. There was actually a point where I became so frustrated with the consistency of the clubs that I started dropping balls into a shallow puddle and seeing what the results would be.

Overall, like its predecessor, the G15 is an oversized iron designed for players seeking maximum forgiveness. The result seemed to be almost the same feel and same trajectory with every shot.

More information in http://www.golfwarehousemall.com/
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