Why Ping G15 Driver Is Better Than K15 Driver?
Distance and Accuracy Driver- Ping G15 Driver with graphite, 460cc titanium head, ultra thin crown technology, Weight savings, Ping G15 Driver is designed to increase ball speed and provide consistency across the entire hitting surface.
Ping G15 Driver very good shape, face shows ball marks, sole shows wear from play, crown shows minor wear up close, looks good at address though. Among all the Ping drivers, the Ping G-15 driver is the most attractive one. It is triangular in shape and its crown is black whereas sole is silver, red and black in color. The two shafts are in coordinating shades of gray and red.
This PING G15 Driver has been played in an appropriate fashion. It has a massive overall club head size, which will give it a large amount of MOI. And it has a long deep body that should prove to be extremely forgiving, while still producing a lot of distance off the tee.
Far from resting on their laurels Ping have managed to improve the new G15 driver with some excellent new developments. As big fans of the G10 version we couldn’t wait to see the Ping G15 driver on the range to see if the changes had had the desired affect and we weren’t disappointed.
Ping has put a touch of sophistication on the club head which provides a very smart touch to the entire club.
The K15 offers a titanium club head which provides a maximum amount of forgiveness. The club is designed for an overall improvement in your game which will include high trajectory and a low to medium spin on each hit.
The reason the ball goes so far is because of the huge hot clubface. This is the biggest face of any of the Ping drivers to date. And the designers added weight near the heel and subtracted it in the crown. You see there is an external heel pad that makes up almost ten percent of the entire weight of the driver. To counter balance the added weight, they chopped off some of the rear in the crown. It is recessed which moves the weight lower giving the club a very low center of gravity.
The Ping K15 Driver has an elongated head design that combines with an external weight pad to position the center of gravity for higher launching and longer carry drives. It is engineered with Straight Flight Technology (SFT) which promotes natural club head rotation by concentrating approximately 10% of the head mass towards the heel. A larger face increases forgiveness and ball velocity for greater distance and accuracy.
Choosing the right club can be a challenge and this is why having a fitting makes perfect sense.