|Ping G15 driver|
Ping says its new G15 driver - already creating scoring history in the bag of Mark Calcavecchia, who fired a Tour-record nine successive birdies in the recent Canadian Open - has been engineered for golfers seeking maximum forgiveness as well as distance and accuracy.
Looks: Both the Ping G15 and its Ping i15 brother might be 460cc and conform to all the laws of the game but that is where the similarity ends. The Ping G15 driver is longer and wider. Although having a face that is seven per-cent larger than the G10 doesn’t sound a lot, there is just so much to aim at. At address is sits beautifully behind the ball, although not perfectly square because there are so many options (four lofts, three draw options) that you can easily choose a model that suits your eye.
Feel/performance: I was particularly taken with the 10.5 draw version of the Ping G15, which while being quite offset was so easy to hit on a nice, high ball arc. The noise has been tuned a bit as well, the result being a satisfying crack as the ball literally pings off the face.
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