Ping i15 Driver
Released February, 2010
The Pros:More traditional head shape hides size well. Solid sound upon impact. Produces really low ball spin.
The Cons:Finish shows wear easily. Can be somewhat challenging to adjust alignment.
The Ping i15 Driver Ping is a tour golf club driver featuring a TFC 700D shaft with Regular, Stiff, and X-Stiff flex options. It utilizes a fade-based design aimed at players who put greater priority on shaping shops.
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The traditional pear-shaped 460cc titanium head is engineered with a bulge crown design and a deeper face to optimize energy transfer, resulting in greater speed and a solid feel. Plus the i15’s internal weighting system reduces spin for a longer distance. And the hosel is positioned slightly back from the face to help promote tour-preferred trajectory and control. Testers at Golf.com hail the i15 for its rock-like stability and muted sound and feel. They do note, however, that the driver isn’t ideal for players with moderate swing speeds.
- Tour Golf Club Driver
- TFC 700D Shaft
- Titanium Carbon Finish
- Fade-based Design
- Pear-Shaped 460cc Titanium Head
- Bulge Crown Design
- Deeper Face
- Optimized Energy Transfer
- Tour-Preferred Trajectory
- Rock-Like Stability
- Muted Sound/Feel
- Not Ideal For Moderate Swingers
Model Options (Loft | Length, Offset, Lie, Head Weight, Swingweight)
- 8 | 45.75, No, 58.0, 199g, D3
- 9.5 | 45.75, No, 58.0, 199g, D3
- 11.0 | 45.75, No, 58.0, 199g, D3
User Reviews (1)
More traditional head shape hides size well
Produces really low ball spin
Produces above-average distance
Not ridiculously oversized- traditional golfers will enjoy the look
Can be somewhat challenging to adjust alignment
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