Ping Product Information
Ping G20 Driver - One of the
most forgiving drivers ever on the market, pulling the weight
further from the face keeps more stable and gives more of an up and
out trajectory. Separating the weight this far does make it
imperative to hit up on the ball, as hitting on a downward angle of
approach will miss the clubs mass.
Whilst it is forgiving, feedback from clients is that it is
slightly hollow feeling and sounding. Sits slightly shut, so suits
a fade ball flight.
Driver - a slightly deeper weighted version of the G15 and
offers a higher launch and slightly more forgiving profile due to a
thinner crown allowing redistribution of weight low and to the back
of the head to improve forgiveness and to square the club face
easily at impact.
PingK15 Fairway woods - a larger
head size than the previous Ping models and similar weight
positioning to the driver means higher launch and more forgiveness
than any previous Ping model.
Ping K15 iron/hybrid set - a
thinner, larger titanium face creates greater dispersion of weight
away from the centre of the face making it more forgiving and a
wider sole also promotes higher launch. The hybrids are very
similar to the G15 hybrid heads and have a large internal weight
pad at the base of the head to also help promote forgiveness and
higher flight. The set gives the option of a hybrid head in the 3
iron and 4 irons as well as the option of iron or hybrid in the 5
iron and 6 irons so the set can be tailored to the player
Anser irons - Ping's first forged irons giving a softer
feel that cast heads cannot achieve. Incorporating a weight pad
into the sole of the irons to lower the weight profile, this
creates more forgiveness and a higher launch profile. There is also
a hollow cavity in the base of the heads, further enhancing
forgiveness and launch angle.
Tour-S wedges - Ping's Conforming groove model wedge, a
machine-milled face promotes consistency off the club face with the
"Rustique" model rusting over time to create a slightly softer