Ping G15 Iron set 3-9SW Review
Posted: 03 August 2010 09:38 PM     [ Ignore ]  
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In the half-century that has followed Karsten and his family have revolutionised the game of golf with passion, engineering skills and a desire to seek innovation and demand quality.

To celebrate their 50th anniversary Ping has introduced the golf clubs which it calls “our most comprehensive product launch in history.”

The Ping G15 Irons replace the hugely popular, market leading G10 irons and introduce a number of improvements that make them even more attractive than their best selling predecessors. The biggest improvement is that the G15 irons are a bit more forgiving thanks to the moment of inertia increasing which Ping has achieved by introducing a custom tuning port that is further back from the face of the clubhead. This has allowed Ping’s designers to remove seven grams from the G15’s face custom tuning port structure without destabilizing the clubface or reducing distance control. This weight is repositioned to move the center of gravity lower and back in the club head to help provide high launch and optimal spin.

The G15 also have a slightly thinner face design with more weight of these golf clubs moved to the toe to help increase forgiveness and the lofts are stronger and the sole design slightly wider than on the G10 irons to help produce strong and high trajectory. The Ping G15 irons also have a full cavity graphics badge which helps to improve the feel of the club and promote a much softer feel.

Ping G15 irons will attract a lot of converts. While you will not see the G15 irons in the bags of any tour professionals or many lower handicappers, these golf clubs are that any player seeking maximum forgiveness should seriously consider.