Ping has revealed the specifications of the G15 and i15 irons it plans to launch in mid-August to succeed the popular G10 and i10 irons. The accent is on high launch and forgiveness for the G15s and more control and workability on the i15s.
The Gainsborough-based company is also introducing G15 and i15 hybrids - distinctly different in looks but aimed at achieving similar goals for the abilities of the players at whom they're targeted.
The i15 iron has been designed as a progressive set, larger, more forgiving long irons and smaller more workable mid and short irons, all with a tungsten toe insert, stabilizing bar and tuning port to aid feel and sound. Available 3-PW in steel or graphite at £85 or £100 per club respectively.
Ping 's new G15 hybrids have been engineered as a high-launching, forgiving alternative to long and mid irons, with an iron-style face and hosel design to increase launch angle and reduce spin.
Cost per club will be £120 (steel shaft) or £135 (graphite), available in five lofts (17, 20, 23, 27, 31 degrees) and multi flex options.
For golfers who prefer a traditional hybrid shape and size, the stainless steel i15, says Ping, offers a Tour-preferred trajectory, penetrating ball flight and lower spin rates with the 17, 20 and 23-degree lofts three shaft, multi-flex choices. Cost per club is £140 for steel or £155 for graphite.
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