Within a dime of the sweet spot both the G10 and G15 had a minimal loss of distance. Easy to swing, forgiving, and, distance gained. It would chip to exactly where I wanted, but would roll more than I was used to. We promise not to spam you! I suspect you all know this too. I fancied a change of iron but decided to reduce the risk involved buying new. If the distance could be attributed purely to the loft decrease, I should have seen a slight decrease in trajectory as well.
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The G10 is a great club…. How is the bounce on the irons? I think Ping has done a really nice job with these sticks. I have exactly the same question as Infocus. I like the g10s but im always looking at new options. Maltby designed the first ultra-wide sole club sorry JR, the Callaway sole design is actually derived from the Matlby design. The great news is, PING irons generally seem to retain their clb well. If we stayed in the fairways instead of the rough, our scores would drop like a lead pkng.
I did have trouble stopping where I wanted with my chips. I’ve played two rounds so far and been revlew with the control I get and the distant too. Do you know how the sole on these compares to the Maltby Glider clubs? I have pping slight draw tendency, couple that with the offset and draw bias in these clubs, and I was generally hitting these with a few yards of right to left in them.
Thanks for G15 graphite feedback.
Brought these new two years ago. Thin shots carried distance well, as did shots out on the toe and to some degree the heel as well. It is difficult to beat the versatility of a hybrid and the forgiveness.
Overall, traditional or classic were never words that entered my head but the combination of the new color scheme and Custom Tuning Port make the club quite striking and a huge improvement over the G Not sure I can say there is a huge difference there. Link bolf for G Depends on how you use them. Just got myself a black dot G15 and it is amazing! Thanks for the recommendation. The 7grams of weight taken from the face are put out on the toe and a Custom Tuning Port which might just seem like a medallion is much more than that behind the sweetspot.
Using maroon dot, regular shaft. After struggling with my callaway X20s,trying to punch above my weight.
Second, I had thought at first that PING was trying to pull a fast one when it claimed that the irons had more distance. I hit a huge bag of balls and kept trying to hit the Burner 5 iron well but could not.
The amount of forgiveness is amazing, especially for me who doesn’t always hits the sweet spots. A definite game improving set of clubs.
Ping G15 Irons Review – Golfalot
Write a Review Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. I had a brief love affair with the G10 irons and over the past few months have been trying to decide if the latest G15 irons could kick the i15 irons out of my bag.
It still comes down to swing and what happens on the course. They were very forgiving right across the face and the full cavity graphics badge did its job in enhancing the feel and sound of the club at impact.
Ping G15 Iron Set Reviews – Golf Club Reviews – Golfbidder
They are remarkably consistent irons for people who like high straight shots. Bought Mizuno …just could not hit them after 4 months of trying….
Balancing your iron game. I have blue dot G2 irons with stiff steel shafts and believe my game could improve with irons and my elbows would improve with graphite.