PRLog - Dec. 23, 2010 - PING has added the Ping K15 Driver to the range to offer a product with even more forgiveness than the G15 range. In the K15 driver they have pushed 10% of the mass of the head into the heel to help straighten wayward flights. The large surface area of the face has been designed to maximize forgiveness.
Ping K15 Driver
It's always something of a thrill to get your hands on a new set of clubs and particularly so when they come from Ping. Having used my current set of irons for some time now - foolishly purchased for their sleek aesthetics rather than ease of use, a fatal mistake for any mid-high handicapper - it was a genuine pleasure to use the new Ping K15 irons.
The 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 Company has also been able to create a larger surface to provide high levels of forgiveness and higher ball velocity.
The wide sole enables the Ping K15 clubs to sit comfortably behind the ball, almost positioning and aligning them, and it wasn't long before I was struck with the realization of how easy they are to use. At no point did I feel the need to force shots, such was the ease in getting the ball airborne without any loss of distance, and as a result I was swinging easier and more consistently.
The Ping K15 Driver’s chunky design and dark grey finish won't be to everyone's taste, but if they consistently send the ball where you want it to go I don't think anyone would complain. I also got a chance to try out a No.4 hybrid which on first impressions makes you think that the unusual shape and design shouldn't be used for hitting a golf ball.
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