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Which one do you like best, K15 or g15 driver? 
By delia on Nov 12, 2012 07:26 AM
Ping drivers are known to promote faster ball speed across the clubface. Ping released two new australia golf online drivers, the K15 for players who simply want to cream the ball as far and as straight as possible, and the G15 for players who wanted slightly more forgiveness and a higher launch angle for more distance.

To that end, the Ping K15 Driver boasts a large face profile and high moment of inertia (MOI). K15's bread and butter, though, is to help guys rotate the clubface to a more square impact position and, subsequently, hit straighter shots. The head tries to "square up" dynamically (as you swing) due in part to a meaty, heel-side external pad along the sole.

"But what we thought these players really wanted was to aim at a target and hit the ball in that direction," Solheim said. "So when we designed the K15, that's what we had in mind. Let's just create a driver that is really easy to hit straight."

This new Ping G15 Driver can be engineered intended for golf players searching for a new greatest forgiveness car owner that offers range along with accuracy and reliability. Its 460cc titanium scalp is definitely extended all-around and has PING's branded extra lean the queen's technological innovation.

Weight savings from the lean overhead are situated being an additional only excess weight in order to improve the midst of gravitational forces with regard to higher trajectories along with reduced rotate. A greater experience is designed to increase ball velocity and still provide regularity across the whole smacking surface.

I've hit both k15 and G15 and the difference isn't noticable. They're both what I would consider work horse drivers. They get it done and they get it done well.

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