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Ping i15 Irons

Category: Better-Player Irons
We tested: 3-PW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “We designed the i15 for better players who put a premium on control and shotmaking. It’s a progressive design that features more forgiving long irons with added offset and more precise mid- and short irons.”

OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Top-rated model for forgiveness; long irons are easier to hit than the majority of irons in the test; very stable at impact; consistent, repeatable distance is the order of the day; stock grips feel just right; cleaner look at address than past models like the i10; alignment line on the clubface is useful.

CONS: Slightly muffled feel at impact is not as pleasing as some other irons tested; testers want more clubhead feel through the swing; more dig at impact than expected; progressive offset can be a distraction.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The multimaterial i15 is designed for players who work the ball. A progressive set, the longer irons are larger for more forgiveness, while the mid- and short-irons transition to smaller clubheads for added workability. The stainless steel iron features a tungsten toe insert to add forgiveness to the midsize design.

From Golf Magazine (December 2009)
Ping engineers crafted the i15 in response to demand for an iron that’s less blade-like and more forgiving than the i10. The result is a progressive set with slightly bigger long irons designed to get shots airborne easily. Middle irons and compact short irons feature narrower soles and less offset. A tungsten toe insert provides more stability on off-center hits, and a redesigned “Custom Tuning Port” improves sound and impact feel.

 

Ping G15 Irons

Category: Game-Improvement Irons
We tested: 3-UW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “The club’s ‘floating’ Custom Tuning Port (CTP) moves more mass to the perimeter and increases MOI. Weight removed from the thin, light clubface is redistributed to the toe for added forgiveness. A wider sole contributes to higher launching shots. Stronger lofts (and the low, deep center of gravity) should lead to longer shots.”

Our Testers say:
PROS: One of the top irons tested in its class; reliable, so simple-to-hit, forgiving and accurate; tight dispersion, no shot ever goes too far from its intended line; some testers find it to be longer, on average, than their current irons; straight-hitting sticks; handles shots from rough with style; produces repeatable distance (on mis-hits, too) and predictable high, straight ball flight.

CONS: Wide-ish sole and offset require an adjustment period; center hits and mis-hits feel too similar for some panelists; a few testers prefer a bit more shotmaking ability.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The technology in the G15 produces the high-launch, maximum-forgiveness benefits that most golfers rely on for consistency in their iron play. Stronger lofts and a lower center of gravity result in longer shots without sacrificing the higher trajectory required in a forgiving iron.

From Golf Magazine (November 2009)
The updated CTP (Custom Tuning Port) increases perimeter weighting and MOI while a wider sole produces higher launch angles. A thinner clubface (by 5 grams) is said to increase ball speed (1-2 mph faster equals 3-6 yards longer carry than the G10 iron). Strong lofts take full advantage of these high-launch characteristics for max carry.

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Ping i15 Irons

Category: Better-Player Irons
We tested: 3-PW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “We designed the i15 for better players who put a premium on control and shotmaking. It’s a progressive design that features more forgiving long irons with added offset and more precise mid- and short irons.”

OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Top-rated model for forgiveness; long irons are easier to hit than the majority of irons in the test; very stable at impact; consistent, repeatable distance is the order of the day; stock grips feel just right; cleaner look at address than past models like the i10; alignment line on the clubface is useful.

CONS: Slightly muffled feel at impact is not as pleasing as some other irons tested; testers want more clubhead feel through the swing; more dig at impact than expected; progressive offset can be a distraction.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The multimaterial i15 is designed for players who work the ball. A progressive set, the longer irons are larger for more forgiveness, while the mid- and short-irons transition to smaller clubheads for added workability. The stainless steel iron features a tungsten toe insert to add forgiveness to the midsize design.

From Golf Magazine (December 2009)
Ping engineers crafted the i15 in response to demand for an iron that’s less blade-like and more forgiving than the i10. The result is a progressive set with slightly bigger long irons designed to get shots airborne easily. Middle irons and compact short irons feature narrower soles and less offset. A tungsten toe insert provides more stability on off-center hits, and a redesigned “Custom Tuning Port” improves sound and impact feel.

 

Ping G15 Irons

Category: Game-Improvement Irons
We tested: 3-UW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “The club’s ‘floating’ Custom Tuning Port (CTP) moves more mass to the perimeter and increases MOI. Weight removed from the thin, light clubface is redistributed to the toe for added forgiveness. A wider sole contributes to higher launching shots. Stronger lofts (and the low, deep center of gravity) should lead to longer shots.”

Our Testers say:
PROS: One of the top irons tested in its class; reliable, so simple-to-hit, forgiving and accurate; tight dispersion, no shot ever goes too far from its intended line; some testers find it to be longer, on average, than their current irons; straight-hitting sticks; handles shots from rough with style; produces repeatable distance (on mis-hits, too) and predictable high, straight ball flight.

CONS: Wide-ish sole and offset require an adjustment period; center hits and mis-hits feel too similar for some panelists; a few testers prefer a bit more shotmaking ability.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The technology in the G15 produces the high-launch, maximum-forgiveness benefits that most golfers rely on for consistency in their iron play. Stronger lofts and a lower center of gravity result in longer shots without sacrificing the higher trajectory required in a forgiving iron.

From Golf Magazine (November 2009)
The updated CTP (Custom Tuning Port) increases perimeter weighting and MOI while a wider sole produces higher launch angles. A thinner clubface (by 5 grams) is said to increase ball speed (1-2 mph faster equals 3-6 yards longer carry than the G10 iron). Strong lofts take full advantage of these high-launch characteristics for max carry.

Last year Ping released the new driver, the G15 for players who wanted slightly more forgiveness and a higher launch angle for more distance.

Now, for players who simply want to cream the ball as far and as straight as possible, the company has released the K15.

When Ping’s club designers and engineers, including Vice President John K. Solheim, decided to make a new super game-improvement driver, they saw that most of the clubs already on the market have closed faces. That made sense because many golfers in the market for super game-improvement drivers are slicers.

The K15 series includes drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons all designed to fill the so-called “super game-improvement” segment. “We saw an opportunity to compete in a different category and offer our higher handicap customers a better solution for playing better golf,” says John K. Solheim, who leads Ping’s product development efforts as its vice president of engineering.

While the K15 and the G15 are both 460cc heads, the K15 will play bigger. “It’s got a larger profile when you look down at it,” Solheim points out. “It’s face is also larger.”

The K15 drivers are arriving in pro shops now in 9.5° and 10.5° lofts.

The G15 provides maximum forgiveness that delivers distance and accuracy. Its titanium head is longer front to back and features Ping’s patented ultrathin crown technology. A larger face increases ball speed as well as consistency across the hitting surface.  The G15, on average, hits it higher, farther and with more forgiveness than the G10.

Ping G15 Driver

The G15 driver is engineered for golfers seeking a maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING’s patented ultra thin crown technology. Weight savings from the thin crown are positioned as an external sole weight to optimize the center of gravity for higher trajectories and reduced spin.

The G15 driver are arriving in pro shops now in 9° and 10.5° lofts.

More infomation welcome to our online golf shop, find which one is the best golf clubs for you between the K15 and the G15? This two golf drivers with the same series golf iron set are easier to play. For more infomation visit Bestdiscountgolf.com.

 

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Ping i15 Irons

Category: Better-Player Irons
We tested: 3-PW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “We designed the i15 for better players who put a premium on control and shotmaking. It’s a progressive design that features more forgiving long irons with added offset and more precise mid- and short irons.”

OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Top-rated model for forgiveness; long irons are easier to hit than the majority of irons in the test; very stable at impact; consistent, repeatable distance is the order of the day; stock grips feel just right; cleaner look at address than past models like the i10; alignment line on the clubface is useful.

CONS: Slightly muffled feel at impact is not as pleasing as some other irons tested; testers want more clubhead feel through the swing; more dig at impact than expected; progressive offset can be a distraction.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The multimaterial i15 is designed for players who work the ball. A progressive set, the longer irons are larger for more forgiveness, while the mid- and short-irons transition to smaller clubheads for added workability. The stainless steel iron features a tungsten toe insert to add forgiveness to the midsize design.

From Golf Magazine (December 2009)
Ping engineers crafted the i15 in response to demand for an iron that’s less blade-like and more forgiving than the i10. The result is a progressive set with slightly bigger long irons designed to get shots airborne easily. Middle irons and compact short irons feature narrower soles and less offset. A tungsten toe insert provides more stability on off-center hits, and a redesigned “Custom Tuning Port” improves sound and impact feel.

 

Ping G15 Irons

Category: Game-Improvement Irons
We tested: 3-UW with Ping AWT steel shaft

Company line: “The club’s ‘floating’ Custom Tuning Port (CTP) moves more mass to the perimeter and increases MOI. Weight removed from the thin, light clubface is redistributed to the toe for added forgiveness. A wider sole contributes to higher launching shots. Stronger lofts (and the low, deep center of gravity) should lead to longer shots.”

Our Testers say:
PROS: One of the top irons tested in its class; reliable, so simple-to-hit, forgiving and accurate; tight dispersion, no shot ever goes too far from its intended line; some testers find it to be longer, on average, than their current irons; straight-hitting sticks; handles shots from rough with style; produces repeatable distance (on mis-hits, too) and predictable high, straight ball flight.

CONS: Wide-ish sole and offset require an adjustment period; center hits and mis-hits feel too similar for some panelists; a few testers prefer a bit more shotmaking ability.

From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
The technology in the G15 produces the high-launch, maximum-forgiveness benefits that most golfers rely on for consistency in their iron play. Stronger lofts and a lower center of gravity result in longer shots without sacrificing the higher trajectory required in a forgiving iron.

From Golf Magazine (November 2009)
The updated CTP (Custom Tuning Port) increases perimeter weighting and MOI while a wider sole produces higher launch angles. A thinner clubface (by 5 grams) is said to increase ball speed (1-2 mph faster equals 3-6 yards longer carry than the G10 iron). Strong lofts take full advantage of these high-launch characteristics for max carry.

Last year Ping released the new driver, the G15 for players who wanted slightly more forgiveness and a higher launch angle for more distance.

Now, for players who simply want to cream the ball as far and as straight as possible, the company has released the K15.

When Ping’s club designers and engineers, including Vice President John K. Solheim, decided to make a new super game-improvement driver, they saw that most of the clubs already on the market have closed faces. That made sense because many golfers in the market for super game-improvement drivers are slicers.

The K15 series includes drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons all designed to fill the so-called “super game-improvement” segment. “We saw an opportunity to compete in a different category and offer our higher handicap customers a better solution for playing better golf,” says John K. Solheim, who leads Ping’s product development efforts as its vice president of engineering.

While the K15 and the G15 are both 460cc heads, the K15 will play bigger. “It’s got a larger profile when you look down at it,” Solheim points out. “It’s face is also larger.”

The K15 drivers are arriving in pro shops now in 9.5° and 10.5° lofts.

The G15 provides maximum forgiveness that delivers distance and accuracy. Its titanium head is longer front to back and features Ping’s patented ultrathin crown technology. A larger face increases ball speed as well as consistency across the hitting surface.  The G15, on average, hits it higher, farther and with more forgiveness than the G10.

Ping G15 Driver

The G15 driver is engineered for golfers seeking a maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING’s patented ultra thin crown technology. Weight savings from the thin crown are positioned as an external sole weight to optimize the center of gravity for higher trajectories and reduced spin.

The G15 driver are arriving in pro shops now in 9° and 10.5° lofts.

More infomation welcome to our online golf shop, find which one is the best golf clubs for you between the K15 and the G15? This two golf drivers with the same series golf iron set are easier to play. For more infomation visit Bestdiscountgolf.com.

 

Listed in the household appliance stores Desk Returns packed schedule of fees, mobile phones, digital products, small household appliances, packing charges generally 10 to 15 dollars, heater, refrigerator, washing machine, TV, Air conditioning, packing charges are generally in the 200 yuan, while the large box of fees is even higher, reaching 300 to 400 yuan. Stores and manufacturers have expressed packing charges are received guild regulations, how “norm” to define, why should consumers pay for the line regulation?

Warranty clearly states: “Since the products sold within 7 days from the date of the performance failure occurs, consumers can choose to return, replacement or repair.” Some appliance manufacturers and merchants in order to meet the needs of market competition, but also have extended the Returns of the time. In the regulations and the manufacturers promise, consumers Returns supposed to be guaranteed, the reporter found, consumers should really enjoy this

Service

Will not be easy, because manufacturers are required to be formidable high packaging cost threshold.

Consumers the question: Returns experience high packaging costs

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Washing machine

Machine packing charges to account for half the price, people feel such a thing sounds weird, but weird thing is that, instead letting consumers Miss Meng Henan met.

Miss Meng recently to the newspaper

Complaints

Said she to more than 600 yuan this year, the price of 51 bought a special automatic washing machine, had not wanted to use only three days, washing machine and a drying feature is broken. Replacement to the store made her request, stores the same special machine has been sold out refused, and only agreed to fix, no fix can be repaired twice. So, Miss Meng demands the return did not expect stores Daoshi agreed very happy, but they made box to keep intact, or we need to pay 300 yuan for packing expenses. Miss Meng said that box had been sold to receive waste products, and store packing charges raised too high, she could not accept. But the store insisted on packing charges 300 yuan a little Less, saying that factory uniform provisions. Helpless, Miss Meng had to give up the idea of return. She told reporters, plus a little cardboard boxes on a foam board, then how can the value of 300 yuan?

As with Miss Meng, Jiang Shan Hunan Loudi consumer packaging costs are also met with a high disturbance. Mr. Jiang buy a new

Refrigerator

Some quality, he demand a replacement, but can not provide boxes as being out of the 200 merchants packaging costs, there is no room for compromise. Mr. Jiang told reporters that the price of the refrigerator only 1,400 yuan, 200 yuan packaging charges have to, it is too unreasonable, not to mention businesses had already committed to purchase “quality problems, 7 days unconditional return policy”, now we want to change goods, and business has argued that “unconditional return policy is for deliveries not to say that do not box.” Finally, Mr. Jiang put forward a new refrigerator for not packing, in order to offset the original packaging, may still be business as “boxes can only be one on one” as an excuse to refused. The weather getting hotter and hotter, there is no fridge is inconvenient, Mr. Jiang had paid in accordance with the requirements of business 200 packaging fee.

News from China

Consumers Association

Understand that Return charge exorbitant packaging fees, has become a hot consumer complaints, and because some businesses excuses law does not specify, so that such disputes have become difficult mediation.

‘s Survey: Returns package fee income is norm

Packaging fee for the issue, the reporter conducted a survey and found that packaging fees charged Returns prevailing industry has become the unspoken rules.

A home appliance store in the Beijing, journalists at the reception unexpectedly found a store listed in the Returns of the scale packaging, content display:

Mobile

, Digital products, small household appliances, packing charges generally 10 to 15 dollars, heater, refrigerator, washing machine, TV,

Air conditioning

The packing fee is generally about 200 yuan, while the large box of charges is even higher, reaching 300 to 400 yuan.

States United States

And Suning relevant person in charge when they interviewed said that when the charged packing fees Returns guild regulations, all manufacturers are packing provisions to charge fees, they are just collecting it, as to how much, in accordance with the provisions of the manufacturers .

Konka service officials said, Konka 42-inch LCD TV box worth 200 yuan, when consumers to proceed with returns if they can not provide a complete package, you must pay 200 yuan for packing expenses. When asked as to why a box so expensive, the service said that it is the company’s unified regulations and said Konka’s packaging materials used are imported.

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