Ping i15 Hybrid Club

Graphite Shaft, Square Address w/ 17, 20 & 23 Loft

Posted by Mark

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Yet another offering in the hybrid club category, the i15 Hybrid from Ping has been designed with the better player in mind. The head is on the smaller, traditional side, which begs the question, "Are hybrids traditional?"

Whatever term you ascribe to it, this club is designed for the player that wants to be able to work the ball, has a high swing-speed, and wants a low, penetrating ball flight. With loft options of 17, 20, and 23 degrees, even the top end is geared toward that low trajectory shot. Unlike many "rescue" clubs which often have some kind of offset to help you get the ball airborne, the Ping i15 Hybrid has a square face setup. For the better player, this simple aspect can make swinging the club a real pleasure and gives a lot of confidence as you address the ball.

There is a broad selection of lofts, shafts, and flexes to suit your golf game. Shafts options start with the Ping AXIV Core Red Graphite by UST Mamiya. This shaft will generally provide a lower angle of launch than many other graphite shaft options. For steel shaft users, the option is the Ping AWT (Ascending Weight Technology) which compares with the True Temper Dynamic Gold (a more common shaft and one most golfers can relate to). Flexes range from Regular to Extra-Stiff, something for nearly every swing speed.

Cosmetically, the Ping i15 Hybrid is in line with other Ping clubs with a sleek black head enhanced with red/black graphics inset on the chrome finished soleplate.

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