Summary: PING introduced this as the "players club" to their 15 series of driver, and for good reason. This club is extremely long off the tee, but it's fade bias is going to make it hard for some people to "work" the ball. If you are a lower handicap (10 or below), you should have no problem handling this club. Anything above that, I'd probably recomend the G15 or even the K15 driver series.
Summary: Great driver. One of the best of 2010. Not quite as forgiving as some but has a great feel to it. My favorite part is the all black design. It looks very sleek. That is also somewhat of a downfall as it scratches fairly easy but only on the sole.
Adjustment to loft is easily done. The ball jumps off the face like ...
Bob Elder, Amazon
18 May 2010
Summary: Adjustment to loft is easily done. The ball jumps off the face like a spring board and I can shape it right or left fairly easy. If it's a windy day, I just reduce the loft to 10 degree and that helps keep the ball flight low.
Summary: This club is one of the most solid Drivers on the market today. The set up is clean given the all black appearance and shape of head. The sound (when hit) is pleasing with the feel of the hit being transferred to hands smooth and unyielding. The weakest point of the i15 Driver is it internal “fade bias” that Ping has built into the club. Keeping with the life long tradition of Ping’s “fade” shot pattern, therefore giving it a negative mark.