G15 Hybrids are very good clubs but somewhat pricey
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The Ping G-15 hybrids are very good clubs. Excellent weight distribution, neither too light or too heavy. Best part is I am hitting more on sweet spot more often than any other hybrid or iron. Also even with my... read full review
I have played every major brand of clubs ever produced. Weak part of my game is 5-6-7 irons. First of all I can not play irons with lot of offset. I bought the 6 & 7 irons, used, on eBay to try. Both are th... read full review
Like the name says, these are the Ultimate Forgiving Irons, period! Unique technology with Tungsten weights, graphite material in iron head and 7 metal alloy face insert makes this model the Ult... read full review
A very good iron set. Swing weight is a little on the light side for me. Easy to get ball airborne. Not for handicaps above 15. It is not very forgiving on mis hits but much better than pure blades. read full review
The driver head shape is not weird. It is a good combination of traditional shape and aerodynamic shape. I tried several drivers at Golfsmith indoor range and this driver gave me the best results. The... read full review
Perfect combination of forgiveness, feel, trajectory, distance!
Irons are NOT for distance. Irons are for distance CONTROL! Last few sets of irons I have used had graphite shafts because as a senior golfer I figured that was appropriate. Surely the PW went 110+ yards but di... read full review
Great distance, good ball height and generous offset.
I have used it for 8-10 rounds. I have to be careful to play the ball near my back foot and not close the face even slightly otherwise the ball hooks more than desired. My #7 wood has smallish head. It has gene... read full review