Ping G15 Driver Spy Pics

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The Ping G15 looks like it will be the driver model targeted to the average golfer. It has a massive overall club head size, which will give it a large amount of MOI. And it has a long deep body that should prove to be extremely forgiving, while still producing a lot of distance off the tee.

Release date is said to be around August 10th 2009.

[Via golfwrx.com]

Ping i15 Driver Spy Pics

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The Ping i15 looks like a pretty sweet players driver! Some of the features include: A dark black coating throughout the head and face. An extended hosel length, which some are saying may be intended for custom lie angle bending at the factory, depending on the buyers specifications. And finally, an increase in ball speed compared to the Ping V2 Rapture. The Rapture is already known as a ball speed behemoth, and one of the longest drivers on the market, so an upgrade to that should be amazing.

Release date is said to be around August 10th.

[Via golfwrx.com]

Ping i15 Driver Spy Pic Released by Golf Digest Magazine!

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Thanks to the guys over at GolfToImpress.com for this scanned spy pic of the new Ping i15 Driver. The picture was taken from Golf Digest Magazine. (Page 67 of the August issue)

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Ping Rapture V2 Driver

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Ping Rapture V2 Driver is a great club and as always we love Pings determination to fit the club to your own specifications. It's part of the new 2009 Rapture V2 series.

  • Materials: 460cc titanium body with external tungsten weight pads located in back, near heel and toe.
  • Specifications: Available in lofts of 9, 10.5, 12 and 13.4 degrees. Standard shafts are the Ping TFC939D (in flexes of Ladies, Soft R, R, S, and X) and Mitsubishi Diamana Blue (in flexes of R, S and X).
  • Fitting variables: Loft, shaft flex/type, shaft length, grip size/type, swing weight.

Ping Rapture V2 Hybrid

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The Ping Rapture V2 hybrid is another great club coming from the Rapture V2 2009 series.

Specs:

  • oversize hybrid
  • scoop back
  • 17-4 stainless body
  • tungsten insert sole
  • super steel face insert
  • high launch - low spin

The main difference in the new V2 are the new loft options 17°, 20°, 23° & 27°. Ping seems to be wanting to market to those who want the option of replacing even a few more of their higher irons with hybrids.

Overall this is a very clean looking and well performing club, and is definitely a top choice when compared to the other hybrids currently on the market.

Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood

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The Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood is an addition to the new 2009 Rapture V2 series. Again this entire series is very solid all around, and we love the customization ping has always been known for.

Specifications:

  • Materials: 17-4 stainless steel body with tungsten sole plate.
  • Available in 3 (171cc, 16 degrees of loft), 4 (169cc, 17.5 degrees), 5 (165cc, 19 degrees) and 7 (160cc, 22 degrees) woods. Standard shafts are the Ping TFC939F (Ladies, Soft R, R, S, and X flexes) and Mitsubishi JavlnFX (R, S and X flexes).
  • Fitting variables: Shaft flex/type, shaft length, grip size/type, swing weight.

Ping S57 Irons

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The Ping S57's have received nothing but rave reviews from tour players and others that have had a chance to hit them. They've added a tungsten toe weight to contribute to a higher moment-of-inertia and dual stabilizing bars to provide an optimized center of gravity location. These new features, along with the new chrome finish, offer a similar ping blade feel and absolutely make for one awesome club.  All of these things help produce a solid feel while  maintaining the control you would expect to get from a blade design.

Even though Ping still uses cast irons instead of forged, the new S57's are said to maintain a large amount of feel and softness. They also have a great color coordinated fitting system that cannot be overlooked when considering this set of clubs.

These Irons ship out sometime next month if ordered now on golf smith, and were just recently released.

The Sweetest Sound On Earth: Ping Golf Irons

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The sound of a Ping Golf Iron is something that is music to the ears of any golfer. Founded by a former engineer, Ping originally produced putters in the late 1950’s, but quickly broadened its line to keep up with demand and the times. Historically, Ping came into prominence as the “winningest” brand putter because of more than 500 professional golf wins as well as the heel to toe weighting technology that the company designed. Introduced and popularized in 1969, the “69” model of irons began Ping’s claim to fame on the game of golf outside of just putting; since that point, Ping has produced countless lines of irons, but also introduced and engineered some of the greatest technology in the short game and iron industry.

Currently, Ping produces seven models of irons, Ping not only uses the most advanced technology, but also continuously develops and tests new features, science, and products at its private and all-inclusive facility in Phoenix, Arizona. An interesting and well known model of Ping Golf Irons is i15. Made of a composite material including Tungsten, the i15 line is essentially on the center of the Ping scale in terms of playability. Offering moderate forgiveness and a medium trajectory, the club face is average size and ultimately combines the style of the old game with the technology and efficiency of the new game.

The price of Ping Golf Irons vary depending on the gender, material, and specific qualities of the set. However, buyers can expect to pay approximately $500 USD for a new, upscale lie of Ping Golf Irons. The investment is well worth it because reviews of the i15, K15, and new G20 series indicate that several players have added distance as well as improve accuracy after testing and buying the famous brand. Although all brands and clubs are not created equally, Ping’s illustrious past and devoted present has set itself apart from competitors by means of success and how the company is able to change the game: one swing at a time.

Shopping for Ping takes little effort. The brand is nationally and internationally recognized for its professionally built and serviced products. One suggestion when in the market for anything Ping is to look at both local and chain stores. Local stores may be a bit more expensive, but the service may be tailored specifically to golf, which can provide the prospective buyer with an unbiased review of the clubs. National chains like Dick's Sporting Goods or Sports Authority provide products at a discounted rate, but the staff may not be as knowledgeable about the specifics of one brand of one sporting good as opposed to the other.

Ping Golf Bags: One Of The Best Ways to Carry Your Golf Clubs

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Ping was originally founded by a former General Electric engineer who produced putters from a garage in the late 1950’s, but became involved in all aspects of the golf industry by the late 1960’s: designing and selling irons, bags, and everything in between. Although Ping became known as the “winningest” brand putter in all of golf, other aspects of the brand, game virtually went unsung for years. Ping Golf Bags are one of the highest quality and used bags in the game of golf; however, because golf bags are not necessarily integral to one’s game, the comments or reviews of the many models of Ping Golf Bags are few and far between.

Eight different models of bags that range from easy to maneuver stand bags or the tour classic cart bag. One of the stand bags that is popular among college teams and casual players is the 4 Under model. Made from a lightweight, durable, waterproof material, the 4 Under is economically built and priced for any skilled golfer. Coming in at just under four pounds, this two-strapped, ergonomic design offers four pockets for balls, tees, accessories, and apparel as well as a hip pad, umbrella holder, and a four-way club divider that all sit upon strong, retractable legs.

As for the cart models of Ping Golf Bags, the T9.5 Bag is used by several players out on tour, but by club champions and amateur players around the country. The T9.5 Bag is just one notch below the Tour Staff Bag that is made popular by the big name is golf; however, T9.5 is the perfect bag for those players just starting out in the professional realm: cost and feature efficient. With eight pockets, one veelour-lined valuables pocket, and a six-way club divider, the T9.5 Bag is sensible, stylish, and a great option for golfers with a large collection of clubs and items to take out on the course.

Competitive shopping is key to any successful purchase: golf bags included. Used Ping Golf Bags may be a bit more difficult to come by, but garage sales or flea markets in the area are great places for a possible purchase: Ping bags stand the test of time so there is a sting likelihood that when someone comes across a used Ping, it is in relatively good condition. New bags to carry a bit more cost, but with a splurge on a new bag, users will be exposed to the best technology in the bag sector of the golf industry.

Since the Ping brand is popular with professionals, amateurs, frequent players, casual players, teachers of the game, and those learning the game, the only logical decision when in the market for nothing more than a bag, make it a Ping Golf Bag and enjoy all of it's capabilities.

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