Great Playability Ping K15 Irons Review
Posted by: Tiiy (IP Logged)
Date: August 05, 2012 11:38PM
The PING K15 Irons are the new members of the latest K family. The K15 irons are designed to be the most forgiving that Ping has ever made and can be combined with hybrids to comprise a combo set that is much easier to play. A lightweight titanium face is combined with a stainless steel body and a wide sole to help launch the ball higher. The lightweight face is the largest in Ping's range to provide plenty of forgiveness. There is cheap golf equipment for sale or at discount in many of those online stores where you may find the latest but cheaper K15 iron and hybrid sets.
The K15 Ironslook almost identical to the G15, but once again these are designed purely to help the golfer hit it straight and as far as possible. But the K15 doesn't have as many options as it's G15 counter part. First off, you can't get the Ping K15 Irons in a 3 or 4 iron. Secondly, the hybrids, available in a 3, 4, 5, and 6, cannot be purchased separately and are only available as a combo set with the irons. With that being said, you can get the K15 hybrids, but only as an addition to your already purchased PING K15 . Just produced the serial number off the irons and hybrids can be ordered.
The K15 iron features a titanium face, like its departed Rapture cousin, to produce long, straight ball flights and maximum forgiveness on mishits. The K15 hybrid that complements the set is a slightly tweaked version of the G15, with more internal heel weighting to get the ball airborn and straight.
The K15 allow golfers to enjoy a consistent and high trajectory throughout the set with the inclusion of strengthened lofts while golfers can enjoy complete flexibility by choosing to replace the 5 and 6 irons with the 5 and 6 K15 hybrids to create an iron set that is comfortable enough to give you confidence on every shot.