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Ping Golf: K15 driver, irons and hybrid 
By DanielBush on Dec 26, 2012 08:23 AM
In recent years, Ping have adopted a late Summer/early Fall product release schedule. And Ping K15 series of drivers, woods, irons and hybrids have been presented.

The K15 line has replaced the multi-material Rapture line of clubs, but at a very different price point. The first thing you'll notice is that all the clubs look very similar, if not identical to the Ping G15 Driver australia, they even kept the same colour scheme of dark red and silver. But Ping is touting the K15 line as "game-improvement" and the G15 models are still considered "performance".

The Ping K15 Driver best price features the TFC 149D graphite shaft that uses high balance point technology that allows the head mass to increase without affecting swing weight or the overall club weight to allow clubhead speed to remain consistent. This allows the K15 driver to generate higher ball speeds for longer and straighter drives.

The Ping K15 Irons low price features a titanium face, like it's departed Rapture cousin, to produce long, straight ball flights and maximum forgiveness on mishits. It looks almost identical to the G15, but once again these are designed purely to help the golfer hit it straight and as far as possible. But the K15 doesn't have as many options as it's G15 counter part.

The discount golf clubs - K15 hyrbid allows you to pptimize your set to improve your ball flight, and build consistency in your game. This hybrid replaces harder-to-hit long irons, and relies on a patent-pending design that creates lower-spinning, higher-launching shots that fly straighter and longer. A large internal weight pad in the hybrid produces a high MOI for added forgiveness.

If you hit the sweet spot with this club, you will be amazed. The sound is awesome. Anyway, whatever you choose, you will not be disappointed.
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