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Ping G15 irons vs. K15 irons 
By DanielBush on Dec 25, 2012 07:29 AM
Replacing the hugely successful and brilliantly performing G10 and i10 ranges was never going to be an easy task for Ping engineers, but with the launch of two new entire lines - G15 and k15 - they look to have produced another pair of winners.

The technology of the discount Ping G15 irons 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 feel is unbelievably solid and the club really does power through the turf. The stronger lofts do contribute significantly to the excellent distances the discount golf clubs deliver, but having worked hard on the centre of gravity location, the high ball flight remains unchanged.

By utilizing a lightweight titanium face, Ping engineers made the K15 iron club face larger, and added 27 grams to the perimeter for a higher MOI. The iron's extra-wide sole features a low and deep center of gravity to promote high trajectories and low spin. High launch angles allowed iron lofts to be strengthened without compromising control.

The larger Ping K15 Irons low price combines a lightweight titanium face with a stainless-steel body to increase both forgiveness and launch conditions. Two hybrid options (4 and 5) replace the harder-to-hit long irons, and rely on a patent-pending design that creates lower-spinning, higher-launching shots that fly straighter and longer.
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