If there was one club over the last two years that continually impressed TG readers and staff, it was the G10 driver. But after two seasons at the top of the ladder, the next evolutionary big stick has arrived in the form of thePing G15 driver
is engineered for golfers seeking a maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING’s patented ultra thin crown technology. Featuring an elongated head-shape from front to back, the Ping G15 driver has a 15% increased MOI which gives the golfer more forgiveness when he doesn’t quite nail it out of the middle.
The face is also larger, 7% larger in fact, than its predecessor which helps to generate higher ball speeds across the whole face which in turn means more distance! The
driver comes in a 9, 10.5, 12 and 13.5 degree loft options but we’ve got the full story in issue 260 of TG, on sale on August 13.
The G15 is essentially a little more forgiving and a little easier to hit. The
have been a big hit on Tour and with you, the TG readership, so we went to the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando to meet Brad Schweigert, a PING engineer who helped us understand a little more about these fantastic products!
Overall, I noted a consistent increase in distance of 10-15 yards of the tee, bringing my average driving yardage above 300 yards (at the range and on the course). This is an outstanding club from Ping.