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Ping K15 Driver, Ping's Latest Golf Driver

Now, for players who simply want to cream the ball as far and as straight as possible, the company has released the K15.

Manufacturer - Ping'
Model # - Ping'
Submitted By - (Wholesaler, Retailer)
Country - United States
Category - Sporting Goods : Golf : Driver

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Ping K15 Driver

Drive the Ball Straighter and Longer
Assisted by the Ping innovation of Straight Flight Technology (SF Tech), the Ping K15 places approximately 10% of the head mass into the heel of the club, helping to square the club face through the hitting zone for consistently straight tee shots.

The K15 is also able to offer distance gains by combining a large-profile, 460cc head, and a club face that is longer heel to toe. The MOI is sizeable for consistent performance and forgiveness across the hitting surface. This design positions the center of gravity low and back to generate high launch and low spin.

Ultra-thin Crown Technology
Weight saved by thinning the crown was re-distributed to SF Tec's external weight pad to optimize the center of gravity and generate a high Moment of Inertia for added forgiveness.

Straight Flight Technology (SF Tec)
SF Tec provides substantial heel weighting to help square the face for exceptionally straight drives tee shot after tee shot.

Enhanced Face Design
The K15's larger surface area is highly forgiving on off-center hits and generates faster ball speeds for added distance.

Now, for players who simply want to cream the ball as far and as straight as possible, the company has released the K15.
When Ping's club designers and engineers, including Vice President John K. Solheim, decided to make a new super game-improvement driver, they saw that most of the clubs already on the market have closed faces. That made sense because many golfers in the market for super game-improvement drivers are slicers.
The K15 series includes drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons all designed to fill the so-called “super game-improvement” segment. “We saw an opportunity to compete in a different category and offer our higher handicap customers a better solution for playing better golf,” says John K. Solheim, who leads Ping’s product development efforts as its vice president of engineering.
While the K15 and the G15 are both 460cc heads, the K15 will play bigger. "It's got a larger profile when you look down at it," Solheim points out. "It's face is also larger."
The K15 drivers are arriving in pro shops now in 9.5° and 10.5° lofts.


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