Ping's New Fruit: Ping G15 Irons

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Karsten who is Ping pioneer, venturing to golf clubs with passion, engineering skills and a desire to seek innovation and demand quality has revolutionised the golf game.

Half century passed, ping has promoted what is called "our most comprehensive product launch in history" to celebrate the 50th anniversary.

"Our engineering team continues to research and analyze the needs of all golfers," explains Ping Golf Chairman John Solheim.

"Our newest families of clubs address the specific performance goals of these players and they are designed accordingly.

"The G15 Series appeals to the majority of golfers who rely on the easier-to-hit attributes of a maximum forgiveness, higher launch type of club.

"With the i15s, a lot of players will be attracted to the added control and versatility they offer. The i15s will deliver the forgiveness we all need, but they've been engineered to provide the workability that a lot of more skilled golfers look for in their clubs."

When Mark Calcavecchia recently built the PGA Tour record of nine consecutive birdies at the Canadian Open with the G15 driver in his bag. The highest quality ball-strikers understand the appeal of the entire range.

Ping will produce a absolute winner and you will enhance your confidence with the driver. The G15 could be the club you've always been looking for.

Ping G15 Irons

The new G15 irons from Ping have been designed with the game improver in mind.
Like the Rapture V2's, they offer maximum forgiveness but are a subtler proposition aesthetically.

Released to supersede the G10 range they feature a wide sole which enables them to sit comfortably behind the ball and a large offset which positions the hands forwards.
This provides those who may have trouble getting the ball airborne with a confident feeling that this can be achieved and this indeed proved to be the case.

There was consistent feel throughout the irons and those shots that came out of the toe (due to a dodgy swing!) still managed to make their way airborne and carry over a forgiving distance.
One pleasant surprise was that during the backswing the club head felt weighted in such a way that I was aware of its position and so found it easier to control my current golfing curse, the over-swing.

Ping have released another winner, one that the mid- to high-handicapper will love, and although there are never any guarantees that a new set of irons will reduce your handicap I believe that these clubs will provide you with a very good chance of doing so.