If you want to hit a golf ball long and straight you have to test out the Ping K15 Driver. I hit this club as far as farther then any golf equipment for sale I have ever owned. Iíve been lucky to have had the chance to spend some time with this stick.
The distance of the driver is up there with the leading drivers on the market. I didnít mind the elongated face as it still is very square. I think my distance improved (could be due to the straighting of the shots); even though that is difficult to ascertain because of the difficulty of measuring the exact distance on the driving range I use.
The K15 was constructed to do one thing well, hit it straight. The K15 features a larger 460cc head style that moves weight away from the clubface to push the centre of gravity backwards and give you a higher trajectory. The K15 Driver provides above-average workability and distance as Ping G15 irons. In the K15 driver they have pushed 10% of the mass of the head into the heel to help straighten wayward flights.
It's cool to be able to unleash your drive and not slice it. But it is also much easier to hit a power fade with the Ping G15 Driver. PING has added the K15 to the range to offer a product with even more forgiveness than the G15 range. With growing the length by heel to toe Ping has also been in a position to create a bigger surface to give you superior levels of forgiveness and better ball velocity.
Ping resort to Straight Flight technology, which is essentially a weight positioned near the heel of the club which encourages the face to square at impact. The Ping K15 Driverfeatures the TFC 149D graphite shaft that utilizes high balance point technology that helps the head mass to boost without impacting on swing weight or the overall club weight to enable clubhead speed to remain consistent.