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10pc set Ping Logo Blue Neoprene Iron Covers

August 12, 2011

10pc set Ping Logo Blue Neoprene Iron Covers

  • Ping Neoprene Iron Cover set Blue
  • Blue with silver Logo
  • Plastic see through window for easy club selection
  • Fits most Clubs from Standared to Oversize

10 pc set of very high quality neoprene, same as skin divers wet suit. Completely waterproof design with company logo and a clear plastic window on top to view the iron club number. Will fit all of todays irons and will fit very snug and will not fall off.

List Price: $ 49.99

Price: $ 21.99

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A Big Review Of Ping G15 Series

You will be delighted to hear that the eagerly awaited new Ping G15 have finally arrived and is ready for purchase. These babies are the next generation up from Ping’s already highly successful Ping K15, and possesses a brand new set of design and technological enhancements.

Ping G15 Irons

The majority of the G15 irons’ features should be familiar. The groves are painted the same with one final grove painted in white to help with alignment. The hosel has the same characteristic gouge all�PING irons have had in recent years. The sole of the club utilizes the same font as it has in the past. However, the redesigned cavity pushes the club from plain to pleasing.

The sound at impact when you catch the ball well is very crisp and solid, and it’s not too bad when you don’t cach the ball that well either. You just hardly ever get that horrible stingy feedback that some iron sets can give. From 130 yards and in, even higher handicappers should become more confident playing approach shots with the G15 irons. Along with the fantastic accuracy, the G15s also help produce a reasonable amount of spin on the ball. So if you land the ball on the green with these irons, odds are it’ll be a soft landing and you’ll stay there.

Ping G15 Driver

If you are considering buying a PING driver – particularly the G15 model – you are likely more interested in how the club performs for off-center shots. All G15 drivers come with the black and red slip-on headcover.

I was pleasantly surprised by the extremely consistent draw of G15 Driver. If I tried to hit a draw, the ball would draw about 10 yards. If I tried to hit the ball straight, the ball would draw between 5 to 10 yards. If I tried to hit a fade, the ball would fly nearly straight. Only when I tried to hit a hard cut could I get the ball to fade.

Ping G15 Fairway Wood

The “moon-thing” alignment aid that was featured in prior models of PING woods is a thing of the past (though you can still tell it had some influence) and is replaced by some nifty red triangles which work out quite nicely in getting the club lined up with your target line.

The G15 pulls off that shot quite easily as the ball is launched quickly and effortlessly. Regardless of being in the light rough or the fairway, the sole interacts with the ground smoothly and the distance was pretty impressive. The G15 Fairway Wood makes going for par five’s in two a whole lot more entertaining.

Overall, the new G15 golf clubs from Ping quite simply are an exceptional addition to the market. Even good players could benefit from these clubs, not just mid to higher handicappers. These clubs are so good that I recommend the G15s to any player to try out.


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Article from

Marché de Punya
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Marché de Punya (Market of Merits and Virtue), Huang Yong Ping, 2007, Wood, iron, paper, buffalo skin Ping G15 Iron Set 2010-2011 – 2394 SPECIFICATIONS They NEW technology of the PING G15 Iron provides the high-launching, maximum forgiveness which benefits the majority of players that rely on to bring consistency to their iron play. Stainless steel iron’s cavity design features a floating Custom Tuning Port (CTP) which expands the perimeter weighting and increases the moment of inertia. The Weight savings from a thinner face is re-positioned to the toe for added forgiveness on miss-hits, and the G15′s wider sole produces a high launch angle. Stronger lofts combine with a center of gravity located low and farther from the face to produce longer shots without sacrificing the higher launch angle required in a maximum forgiveness iron.
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