As a consequence, I will be ordering a set and by the turn of the year, the i15s will be replacing my current Mizuno MP57s. Out of all of the club types I trialled the Ping i15’s provided the greatest consistancy for hitting my target area and offered my pretty good forgiveness for the strike that may have been just off perfect! Sean, Thank you for a great review. Go to the range at a tour event. These are definitely the clubs for someone wanting to step up and take their game to the next level. I may be in market for new irons next year and I like Ping as a brand therefore will be likely to trial these.
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The i15 is still obviously a PING iron in the Eye2 lineage, but PING has done well to choose a color scheme that looks great and to do all they can within their design beliefs to minimize any obvious thickness, bulging, and protuberances, since I want to use that word again. My fiiter recommends steel shafts AWT in stiff flex but I really want to go through graphite… Thanks to let me know.
The Yellow went straight to slight fade with just a slight inconsistent clubface hit mark. In beginning I did, but now gold years later I play to a I have tried Callaways x, xpro and other very thick sets but they turned me off so much I felt like swinging shovels and feeling nothing. I compensated for this by strengthening the loft by one half club.
I had been seduced by my Mizunos and gotten blinded by love. While the i10s were impressive, these raise the bar. I loved them on the range. The Ping rep was out with his magic tent today after my round pong I went down and hit a bucket or so with the i15 7-iron.
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Check Golfsmith website to order. Now I am gplf forward to getting my game back on track! As Erik pointed out above, even if you catch the ball towards the toe or the heel of the i15s you still get a reasonable result. Are these clubs only for the low to scratch golfer?
You will certainly want to spend some time at the range comparing your 3 hybrid or 3 iron from the G series verse the performance of the 3 iron from the i15 series. If so, how did they compare to the i15? Coincidentally, our first child, Sophia, is having her first I like the looks of all four and, just swinging the right-handed models back and forth, I have, probably, decided to get one of them. I went from shooting far and uncontrollably to almost exactly where i wanted and with the most control a golf club could offer.
PING i15 Irons Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
Regards, Bertrand, Paris, France. The Ping i15 irons are aimed at better players. Others derive joy from shotmaking, and simply use the golf course and often the scores as accessories to what they truly enjoy: The only thing that prevents me from completely loving the i15 irons is the cast vs forged feel.
As you can see in some of the pictures in this review, they are pretty similar to that of the Mizuno MP or Adams Idea Pro Gold irons.
PING i15 Irons Review
That, however, is a personal preference, some people actually prefer the feel of a cast club. Some players of the i5 were put off by that, some seemed to embrace it.
The AP2 felt and looked wonderful but performance is what matters most to cub. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. In the process of looking at the G15 irons right now. Your name You must enter your name.
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Write your review You must enter a review of between and characters. By the time the i15s get to the 6-iron or so they matched up well with the others. I have read many reviews on this iron and oing seem to be concerned with hitting it too high…I am thinking about the I15 irons but with the PING Z-Z65 stiff shafts…this should help to bring the ball flight down…any thoughts?