Overview/Technology-

The new Ping G15 driver was introduced this year and the popularity continues to grow at a staggering rate mainly due to its appeal to a wide variety of players. The G15 is for players seeking longer distance off the tee with of course we can’t forget, an element of control and forgiveness.

Increased ball speed is the by product of a larger face. But the biggest highlight is new high balance point, the one that produces the higher launch and and increased MOI.

The 460cc titanium head is longer front to back than its predecessor and features Ping’s patented ultra thin crown technology which ultimately provides a boost in performance all the way around.  The weight savings from the thin crown coupled with it being positioned as an external sole results in consistently higher trajectories and reduced spin rates.

Ping G15 Specs-

Loft                 Length               Offset      Lie                 Head Wgt     Swing Wgt

9.0° 45.75″ No 58.0° 204g D3
10.5° 45.75″ No 58.0° 204g D3
12.0° 45.75″ No 58.0° 204g D3
13.5° 45.75″ No 58.0° 204g D3

Actual Player Feedback-

“I love mine! I have the 12 degree soft regular,and wow the difference in distance to my old driver is amazing”

Purchased my G15 driver about a month ago and after 4 rounds with it i can say it is firmly in the bag”

Ping obviously sank a lot of money into R & D before coming out with this bad boy.”

Pros/Positives-

A driver made for the masses and has many fine qualities that fits many profiles.  You really can’t go wrong with the Ping G15.

Cons/Negatives-

Not many, but if you had to pinpoint a chip in the armour it would be in shaft selection.  The stock shaft selection is always under scrutiny with me, however the Ping TFC 149D and the Aldila Serrano 60 seems a bit of a short list for such a popular driver.

Overall Rating-

Maximum forgiveness, distance and accuracy, all rolled into one neat package called the Ping G15.  The Ping G15 driver is a must-try for any avid golfer.