With the launch of Ping g15 driver, for players who want a forgiving driver that is designed to hit the ball straight, the new Ping i15 Driver again makes us pay more attentions to the Ping Golf but the Ping i15 Driver is designed for players who are seeking more playability off the tee and suits the better players.
The Ping i15 Driver has a very traditional pear shaped 460cc body made of Titanium that features a fade-biased design, that has internal weighting and hosel position farther away from the face of the club for workability, better flight trajectory, and less spin. Finally, thePing i15 Driver sports a bulge crown design (it's higher in the middle) and a deep face, intended to optimize energy transfer.
PING drivers always seem to perform well, and the Ping i15 Driver is no exception. The TFC 700D shaft by Ping is very lightweight weighing at 60g and provides the proper amount of torque and flex to produce the optimal ball flight and help you get that increased club head speed for maximum distance and control off the tee.
Overall, the Ping i15 Driver provides above-average workability and distance. This driver is not going to be a good fit for everyone. If your modus operandi off the tee is to try to hit a straight ball every time, get it and If you struggle with a slice, then pick Ping i15 Driver up as well, then you will know how great it is.
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