565MC Forged Irons

565MC-glam565MC Forged Irons

Forged Carbon Steel + CNC Machined Deep Back Cavity for the Highest MOI in a True Forged Iron Design

Features:

  • Wishon Golf’s 2nd generation 560 Series forged iron adds a more solid on-center feel to the best off-center forgiveness in a forged carbon steel iron
  • New center cavity half-moon weighting increases on-center impact feel while offering a very slight increase in shot trajectory
  • Low offset design also features a slightly thinner top line than the original 560MC
  • Completely CNC machined back cavity ensures prices CG position for each head number with a beautiful cosmetic appearance
  • Fully radiused tour grind type sole design – this is a model for scratch to middle handicap players
  • Double nickel chrome pearl plated finish with glass bead highlights – CNC machined scorelines within 2010 USGA rule guidelines

 


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565MC Forged Irons, 3.5 out of 5 based on 327 ratings

107 Comments

  1. Dear sir im a ex tour player and have recently started getting serious again , i have noticed that i play very well with light heads and stiff shafts , im now taking over the teaching shoo and range at a famous golf course in Spain and would like too know if you have a club fitter who could do a demo day and also fit me up with the correct set
    regards Dave

    • DAVE

      There is only one sure way to get what you want in terms of a light head feel with stiff shafts. You’d need to have at least one or two of the clubs that have the correct head weight to shaft flex feel to be disassembled to note exactly what the length, the head weight, and the shaft’s stiffness measurements are. From that it would be easy to determine if the head weight specs of the 565MC irons could be used to get you what you want and a reference could be made to current shafts to find one that would be suitable for stiffness profile for your feel requirements. Without such a detailed approach it would be a guess that would require a bit of trial and experimentation before you could know what heads and what shafts are going to get you what you want. Our representation in Spain is limited because there are just not that many qualified and experienced custom clubmakers there. I would suggest that you take the time to phone Diamond Golf International in the UK (44-1903-726-999) and ask to speak with someone with knowledge of the available custom clubmakers in Spain to obtain this information. Diamond Golf have been working with custom clubmakers in Europe for 40 years so they would know better than anyone as to who might be available in Spain. Thanks very much for your interest,

      TOM

  2. Hi Tom
    I live in Sweden.

    Do you know any really good club fitters in Sweden that you will recommend? And can I get the 565 in Sweden?

    Best regards
    Björn Egertz
    Stockholm

    • BJORN

      Thank you very much for your interest. Please go to wishongolf.com one more time and click on the link for FIND A CLUBFITTER. You’ll find this link at the top of the home page. Input Stockholm for the City and Sweden for the State and all the clubfitters within 400 miles of Stockholm will be displayed with their contact information. Of these I personally know and recommend Tee View, Brejans and David Leet Golf. Hopefully one of these will be within close proximity to where you live in Sweden.

      Thank you again and the very best to you in this great game,
      TOM

  3. Dear Tom
    Thanks for your prompt reply – really impressive!
    I would agree that focus and practice required more than anything- may swap my four iron for hybrid but need Richard to check loft and lie first. I have often said he is a victim of his own expertise as the initial fitting was so good! Best wishes
    Pete

  4. Dear Tom
    Greetings from the UK!
    Still love my 550c/m set (split at 7, rifles at ~5.3) made for me by Richard Kempton. After 10yrs wondering if I should consider a change. What difference might I notice with the 565s? Also, as I reach 50, would you advise that it may be worth me looking at some of the larger cavity backs eg 755PC or 771CSI. Playing off 13, coming back from shoulder surgery. Hit a high ball and distance not an issue? Finally, what are your views on dropping the 4 iron for a hybrid – already did this with my 3 iron and love the hybrid?
    Will of course be listening to Richard but interested in your views.
    Best wishes
    Pete

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