Excerpt: Hello everyone – once again, thanks for stopping by. Today we continue our reviewing process by taking a look at the Ping K15 iron. These clubs offer the ability to add some consistency to your game, something that higher handicap players are often looking for. Typical of any game improvement iron, the Ping K15 irons have a wide sole, thick top line, and slight offset. As result, the club looks super easy to hit.
Summary: Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by. Today we’ll share with you a review from an independent reviewer for the Ping K15 fairway woods. This forgiving and effortless 3 wood made quite the impression on our reviewer. See more details below. Are you a fan of the K15? Or do you loath it? Share your review below! Performance The Ping K15 3 wood is one of the friendliest fairway woods to hit.
Excerpt: Golf Monthly’s video review of the new K15 range . Watch the video review below of PING’s new K15 range . GM’s Neil Tappin and Paul O’Hagan headed down the range with the new PING K15 irons and the PING K15 hybrid . Find out how the GM Test Team got on in the video review below and we look forward to receiving your own personal reviews and comments on PING’s new K15 range .
Conclusion: Most would say that to score 40 stableford points using clubs fresh out of the box with not even a warm-up session on the range calls for a little skill, a modicom of luck and a handicap that barely reflects your ability. You might say that but I couldn't possibly comment! Though my handicap teeters between 11 and 12 after several decades of playing the game with a wide variety of equipment, much of the credit here must go to the clubs - in this case the latest K15 irons...