959OL Driver

Discontinued Model

The highest possible COR driver design for golfers who play purely for enjoyment. New triple variable thickness face design for incredible off center hit performance


  • A brand new ultra-high COR driver design to meet the demands of the many golfers who play the game strictly for enjoyment.
  • Full radius round head profile shape with a symmetrical face profile to allow the face design to approach an ultra-high COR of nearly 0.900.
  • Symmetrical round face profile enhances a new triple variable thickness face to offer incredible off center hit performance.
  • Reduced rear body wall thickness sections to move the center of gravity closer to the face for low spin to combine with the ultra-high COR for maximum distance.
  • The 959OL drivers are non-conforming to the USGA Rule for COR – intended for enjoyment only by golfers who do not play competitive events conducted under the USGA Rules of Golf.
  • Finished in black metallic gloss with satin and contrasting color highlights. Available in 10.5 loft in RH only.

Images & Specifications

A 360º view of the 959OL Driver Clubhead.

Ratings and Reviews

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Rating: 4.2/5 (43 votes cast)


959OL, 4.2 out of 5 based on 43 ratings


  1. I brought this club head into my shop thinking I would sell it someone. The more I saw it sitting around I decided to built it for me, since I no longer could top 100 mph on my driver speed. I put a TW White R shaft in it and immediatly gained 10-15 yds per drive and always in the fairway. Since my buddies now see me hit it pass them they are clamering for me to build them one. So far I have built 4, and everyone of them will not give it up.

  2. Personally, I had lost distance with my driver and like Jerry (above) decided to try it. I could not be more happy.

    Added yardage and the head is workable to my desired shot.

    Highly recommended

  3. By far the most yardage improvement of any driver I fit for…..10-15 yards is the average improvement for golfers custom fit with this clubhead in my shop (including myself), some report 20. It is a great head for recreational golfers (aka those who do not play to eat)

  4. I bought this driver head to give it a try and maybe use as a demo.
    It is a great club. I would guess it has added about 10+ yards on my drives. And a couple of times this year when I really make a bit of extra turn on my back swing …. I crushed some drives. I have hit two drives recently of 260 and 255 yds and in play. I haven’t hit is that far in quite awhile (usual drives 210 – 220.

    Club head is great looking and plays well.

  5. We’re can I buy one I used one on the driving range just to try it out and it’s the best driver I have ever come across was getting an extra 20 30 yards and it felt comfortable to hit

    • If you visit the FIND A CLUBFITTER LOCATOR on the middle of our home page at wishongolf.com. you can search to see if there is a clubmaker near you in the UK. If you cannot find a clubmaker from our locator near you, I then recommend you call DIAMOND GOLF INTERNATIONAL in West Sussex on 01903 726 999. Diamond is our stocking distributor in the UK and when you tell them you are looking for a good clubmaker to work with to be custom fit into the 959OL driver, they will be able to reference their list of clubmakers in the UK to find one in reasonable proximity to where you live.

      Thank you,

  6. Thanks Tom really appriciate that ill let you know how I get on

  7. It said “discontinued model”
    However, the comments are new, does this mean that this club head is still sold?

    • Yes, the 959OL driver model was discontinued in 2013 and all remaining inventory at that time was sold. We just decided the demand for a non conforming driver head was not enough to justify keeping the model active.


  8. So the real question is, “Where do I find one today?”. I have heard great things about this company, and this driver in particular. I would really like to find one!


    • JD
      Our designs are available ONLY through certified custom clubmakers in the US and around the world. We are 100% committed to the belief that professional custom clubfitting, where all the key fitting specs for every club in the bag are properly matched to each golfer’s size, strength, athletic ability and swing characteristics, is FAR better for the golfer than buying the clubs off the rack in a retail golf store or pro shop or on line golf store. As such because the big golf stores and pro shops do not practice professional full specs custom clubfitting and clubmaking, you won’t see our designs in a typical retail golf store, and you will have to find a certified custom clubmaker to undergo a fitting analysis, after which the clubmaker custom builds the clubs to fit the golfer.

      To find a certified custom clubmaker, you can first go to the FIND A CLUBFITTER locator search tool that is found right in the middle of our home page at wishongolf.com. If you do not find a clubmaker close enough to where you live on that locator search tool, then we ask you to please contact us to tell us that by sending us an email at contact@wishongolf.com.

      Thanks very much and I hope this helps,

  9. I purchased a 10.5 degree 959 a coule f years ago and loved it. Now that I am in my 70’s and older han the grunI play with from the white tees the group is telling me to shave my 959 OL in rider o keep teeing off wth them n the same tees. We understand hat this driver is a non conforming club and my question is can that driver head be shaved. Why is it a non conforming Driver.

    • MONTE
      The 959OL is a non conforming head because we designed it with a thinner face to increase the face flexing to push the COR of the face higher than what is allowed in the rules. The thinner the face, the more the face can flex under any given clubhead speed. And the more the face flexes, the higher the COR of the face will be, which means a little more ball speed and distance for any given clubhead speed used to hit the shot. But there is a tricky balance between how thin the face can be vs what the clubhead speed is, from a face durability standpoint. It is possible to shave a face too thin for a specific clubhead speed at which time the face could cave in. However, since you say you are in your 70s and seeing a decrease in your previous clubhead speed, more than likely you won;t run into a durability issue if you did send the head off to be shaved down in face thickness. I would also tell you that the difference after doing this is not significant. You might see 5 to 8 yards more from doing that. The biggest thing that could help is to use a driver with a higher loft to better match your present clubhead speed. 10.5 loft is typical for a golfer with a 90-100 or 105mph clubhead speed. If your swing speed is typical for someone in their 70s, then more than likely you could gain more distance with a 14-16* loft driver, more than what shaving the face of this current 10.5 driver would do for you.

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