You will be greatly surprised if you try Ping G15 Irons

By:  30/11/2013

Tried my G15 Irons for sale this weekend. From the weight and feel, I knew they were going to peform and they did. I hit 4 irons with an ease I'd never felt before. Just want to say execellent value as well. The big feature of the G15 line has to be the forgiveness. They are said to be one of the most forgiving iron they have made. I would say that is probably true.The whole face was hot and the sweet spot was huge. The generous off-set helped square up the face at impact for the average golfer, but Ping balanced that off-set with that huge weight in the toe. I was surprised that the G15 had a fade bias with those additional 7grams on the toe. If you fight the fade already, don't cast these clubs aside, just get them swingweighted at D2 or heavier. That addition weight used for swingweighting in the hosel will balance out that toe weight for one of the straightest easiest hitting irons golf clubs for saleon the market. The technology of the provides the high-launching, maximum forgiveness benefits that the majority of golfers rely on to bring consistency to their iron play. The stainless steel iron's cavity design features a new Custom Tuning Port (CTP) which expands the perimeter weighting and increases the moment of inertia. The Ping G15 ironsface is thinner than previous iron models allowing for substantial weight to be added to the toe of the club – this weight redistribution produces a higher MOI which is obviously the name of the game when it comes to forgiveness on off-centre hits. The sole of the G15 is slightly wider in design which also helps to pull the CG lower and deeper which helps the golfer to get the ball in the air. The G15's design created more perimeter weighting than previous G lines.Weight savings from a thinner face is re-positioned to the toe for added forgiveness on mis-hits and its wider sole produces a higher launch angle. Stronger lofts combine with a center of gravity located low and farther from the face to produce longer shots without sacrificing the higher trajectory required in a maximum forgiveness iron. As a matter of fact, I had Ping irons and loved them for a very long time. I changed to Taylormade r11 irons and Callaway X-22 Irons,these are very good irons as well but I always wanted to get back to Ping. The first time i played a round with G15 Irons,after my 2nd and 3rd round I know I am happy they are back in my bag. Very forgiving and easy to hit. They are a very straight iron. Needless to say I am very pleased at this point. For more details, you can visit

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