Ping K15 Driver
The Ping K15 driver features big distance. Combining a large-profile 460cc head and a club face that is longer heel to toe, the MOI is sizeable for consistent performance across the hitting surface. This design positions the center of gravity low and back to generate high launch and low spin.The Ping K15 driver has a larger 460cc head design that moves weight away from the clubface to push the centre of gravity backwards and provide a higher trajectory. By increasing the length from heel to toe Ping have also been able to create a larger surface to provide high levels of forgiveness and higher ball velocity.Ping's own Ultra Thin Crown Technology has been utilised to redistribute 8 grams to the external weight pad and further enhance the position of the centre of gravity and moment of inertia.
"Straight Flight Technology" of K15 driver positions 10 percent of the head's mass toward the heel, promoting more face rotation and a straighter ball flight. The clubface is longer toe to heel than the G15 to increase ball speed (and forgiveness) on off-center hits.Ping drivers are known to promote faster ball speed across the clubface. To that end, the K15 boasts a large face profile and high moment of inertia (MOI). K15's bread and butter, though, is to help guys rotate the clubface to a more square impact position and, subsequently, hit straighter shots. The head tries to "square up" dynamically (as you swing) due in part to a meaty, heel-side external pad along the sole.
Ping K15 Driver
Ultra-thin Crown Technology
Weight saved by thinning the crown was re-distributed to SF Tec's external weight pad to optimize the center of gravity and generate a high Moment of Inertia for added forgiveness.
Straight Flight Technology (SF Tec)
SF Tec provides substantial heel weighting to help square the face for exceptionally straight drives tee shot after tee shot.
Enhanced Face Design
The K15's larger surface area is highly forgiving on off-center hits and generates faster ball speeds for added distance.