A basic set of Golf Clubs is all any golfer needs to start playing the game. There are three levels: the low-handicap golfer, the mid-handicap golfer, the high-handicap golfer. Therefore, it is very neccessary to determine your ability level first before buying a set of Golf Clubs. Three woods, a collection of 3-9-irons, pitching wedge, sand wedge and a putter, are all that is required. As your game develops and you improve, certain additional, more specific clubs can be added to suit your abilities. To start there's only one rule to remember: You can't carry more than 14 Golf Clubs in your bag at any one time.
Today we are going to have a look at the big dog of the bag, the PING G15 Driver.The Ping G15 Driver is an interesting piece of equipment. At first glance it appears to be a traditionally shaped, large head driver of 460cc. The club head is finished in a dark color that is very subtle and does not distract you at address or during your swing. The crown of the club is set with the trademark Ping alignment aid, a reversed crescent moon. was fitted with the PING TFC 149D shaft in stiff flex. It seemed to be quite stable and worked well with my particular swing. Nonetheless, you would probably want to be fitted by an authorized PING club fitter to help set you up with the right shaft/head combination to optimize the driver for your game. I cannot speak to how the G15 compares to previous generations of the G line, however, I would highly recommend adding the G15 Driver to your list of drivers to hit if you are on the market for a new ‘Big Dog’.
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