If we have had one criticism of PING's recent ranges it's been the lack of a 'player's hybrid' with minimal offset. The PING i15 hybrid model addresses that issue and the i15 hybrid is a powerful, versatile club with an unfussy design that will definitely appeal to good players.
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The internal weighting design moves the centre of gravity lower and further back. The lofts however are 1˚ stronger and this combination creates a flight that is both high and penetrating. Available in 17˚, 20˚ and 23˚ options.
The PING i15 hybrid should suit players who are looking for a hybrid with a midsize head, want an extra option from the tee as well as the fairway, and have been waiting for PING to deliver a hybrid with minimal offset.
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