I have spent a lot of time writing reviews for clubs aimed towards higher skilled players, which sometimes tends to bother people not searching for such clubs. Well, if you're one of those people I would advise looking into one of my other reviews because this one isn't for you either. The Ping i15 Fairway Wood is a wonderful club, however, for anybody looking for a fairway metal with very few drawbacks. It has a sleek design and is congruent with the current line of acceptable and popular clubs you see on the market today. Needless to say, the Ping i15 Fairway Wood is a solid choice for a lower handicapped player that is going to give you positive results on the course.
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The first change I noticed between the Ping i15 and its predecessor was the difference in head size. The i15 is smaller than the previous models, and is slightly elongated from heel to toe. This adds a bit of forgiveness as well, something we all will appreciate. Ping has also utilized an internal weighting system that will help control the spin of the ball and the ultimate trajectory. This all combines to provide high levels of forgiveness and control, two things that are crucial to success on the course.
While overall I approved of what the Ping i15 Fairway Wood was trying to offer me, I felt as if it wasn't quite enough to make a dramatic jump. It is slightly pricey compared to other, competing clubs, and I felt that it didn't provide enough boost in my game to really wow me. Now, higher end players are going to tend to enjoy the Ping i15 more than casual players, but I usually have no problem using clubs deemed for higher skilled individuals. While I am no professional, I still feel that the Ping i15 could have done more to impress me than it did.