The Ping K15 irons has a head shape that is similar to the Ping Rapture V2 irons, but with some fine tuning. The sole of the club wider and the width at the toe is greater where a tungsten weight has been placed inside the cavity back instead of in the sole as it was in the Rapture V2. The titanium face of the Rapture V2 is maintained in the K15 irons and this lighter metal allows weight to be moved to the heel and toe for more forgiveness. This is evident when you hit the K15 Irons as the feel is great and it is easy to find the sweet spot and produce effortless shots that fly on a slightly higher trajectory than the G15 irons, but a bit lower than the Rapture V2s.
Features and benefits of the Ping K15 irons:
The larger K15 iron combines a lightweight titanium face with a stainless-steel body to increase both forgiveness and launch conditions.
By utilizing a lightweight titanium face, PING engineers made the iron club face larger and added 27 grams to the perimeter for a higher MOI.
The iron’s extra-wide sole features a low and deep center of gravity to promote high trajectories and low spin.
High launch angles allowed iron lofts to be strengthened without compromising control.