Summary: Wow... hit the Demo today. Was awesome. If I wasnt so happy with my Adams Hybrids, might be tempted to buy this. Something about the head being slightly behind the shaft, seems to encourage an amazingly straight shot. 200 yards, without even trying. Should I throw away my Driver?
Summary: I have been out of the game for a little over ten years, so I bought myself some new clubs. I picked up two drivers, the Ping G15 10.5* Draw w/reg Ping factory shaft and the TM R9 10.5* with the FM shaft in reg flex. This is what I discovered, both clubs look sexy when you set up, no flaws there.
Summary: Having a slow swing speed (87 MPH), I have carried a 5, 7, and 9 woods. When I snapped the shaft of my Callaway Big Bertha II 5 wood with Senior Shaft, I was going t have it reshafted. But, with a cost of over $100, I decided to buy a new 5 wood.
Summary: I've been searching for a good 3 wood without much success. hit about everyclub made at demo days. my favorite that i had hit at a few demo days was the G-15 fairway wood. found a used one for great price look like been hit two or three times.
Summary: I had previously tried to replace my G2 s with graphite shafted clubs,Cobra, Cleveland but always went back due to loss of accuracy. The G15 with stock graphite shafts are the answer. They are easier on my joints and longer with no loss of accuracy
Summary: Easy to get up in the air. The head is larger than the G10, and the sole works well out of the rough. The feel is excellent, like a punch at impact. Ping has a very good stock shaft in the TFC149. The only downside is distance-- about 1/2 to one club shorter than comparable woods.
Summary: I like the i15 Driver and the consistancy I have while using it. It has a gerat price tag especially when you consider the high end shaft it comes with unlike the G15. I would highly recommend this club to anyone with a SS of over 100 and an index below 8.
Pros: I usually hit a Titleist D2 and love it. But I was very suprised with the feel of the i15. I will have to use it again before I make up my mind to switch. But I hit all but one fairway on a very tough course and was able to work the ball just as easily as with my D2. I have to say I liked the loo...
Cons: So far nothing I did not like about the unit.
Summary: I have been playing with a Callaway VFT 3 wood for many years but I was interested to see how it compared to newer models. I went into a local golf store to demo some potential candidates. The salesman gave me a three clubs to try out – a Ping G15, a Cleveland Launcher and a Taylor Made R9.