The Ping K15 driver has a much longer head front to back than the Ping G15 Driver and this delivers a more forgiving face with a slightly higher trajectory.
At address the head looks much larger as if someone has sat on the G15, but in a nice way. It gives you a lot of confidence and you just have to waft it near the ball to get another drive effortlessly away. A lot of these deep centre of gravity drivers end up looking a bit triangular, but Ping have managed to keep the lovely curved shape that their drivers have become renowned for.
The face is more rectangular than most drivers for more forgiveness and the SF Tec (Straight Flight Technology) heel bulge that you can see from the front is cleverly blended into the design so that you hardly notice it. The feel was very good indeed and due to the longer shallower head the impact sound is more high pitched than the G15 but still gives a powerful quality ping noise.
The Ping K15 driver was great fun to hit and if you struggle to get the ball off the ground with your driver then you should definitely try this out as it will get the ball airborne without sending it into the clouds.
Features and benefits of the Ping K15 driver:
Drive the ball straighter, assisted by a PING innovation called Straight Flight Technology (SF Tec).
This visible technology places approximately 10% of head mass in the heel, which helps square the face for consistently straight tee shots.
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.