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Reviews of ping K15 Irons 
By tiiy on Oct 29, 2012 03:40 AM
If you are a mid to low handicap that has a fade or plays a slice, then the Ping K15 Irons are a wise choice for you. The offset hosel paired with the design for lower spin will give you more control and allow you to hit the ball further than you are used to. But the ping k15 ironsachieve this with enormous heads and extremely wide soles that combine to produce hybrid-like performance. The heads are so big that they even make it easy to line up at the intended target. These will prove a godsend for anyone who struggles to get the ball airborne. The ball flies so high that is also stops extremely quickly. These are probably the most forgiving golf clubs for sale you can find on the market.

The K15 iron has been designed to give golfers the ultimate in performance and flexibility. The multi-material design of the K15 includes a lightweight titanium face that has allowed 27 grams to be repositioned to the perimeter of the 17-4 stainless steel club head.
By using this weight to widen the sole the K15 promotes a much higher ball flight even on those unfortunate misshits while also greatly enhancing the moment of inertia (MOI). Confirming completely with the revised R groove rules the ping k15 feature a larger clubhead to improve forgiveness and deliver a complete game improvement club.

The ping k15 driver review allow golfers to enjoy a consistent and high trajectory throughout the set with the inclusion of strengthened lofts while golfers can enjoy complete flexibility by choosing to replace the 5 and 6 irons with the 5 and 6 K15 hybrids to create an iron set that is comfortable enough to give you confidence on every shot.


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