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  • Please scroll down to read comments about the 730CL set.
  • Designed with a thinner face expressly for golfers with a swing speed of 80mph or lower to increase ball velocity.  Golfers with a swing speed of 90mph or higher are NOT to use this driver.
  • The 730CL driver is designed with a High Launch loft of 16° to match correctly with swing speeds lower than 80mph to generate the proper launch angle for maximizing distance.
  • The 730CL Long and High Fairway woods are 20° and 26° loft respectively, and are perfect lofts for a golfer with a sub-80mph swing speed to use to get the ball up easily off the fairway and generate proper distance in between the two woods.

730CL Hybrid Irons


  • The 730CL hybrids are designed with 6° loft increments because golfers with a sub-80mph wood swing speed do not achieve a useable distance difference between clubs made with less of a loft difference.
  • Sub-80mph golfers who sweep the ball off the ground or who have difficulty hitting the ball high enough with conventional irons should opt for the all hybrid irons in the 730CL set.


730CL PW and DW Wedges


  • A perfect match and complement to the 730CL set for the <80mph swing speed player are the PW (48°) and DW (54°).
  • DW is a Dual Wedge, designed with the right balance of bounce sole angle for use in the sand or in tall grass around the greens.
  • 730CL wedges are designed with a taller heel profile and more level topline slope angle, to better “frame” the ball on all shots.  From the sand, the higher heel profile of the DW does help push more sand out behind the ball to assist the slower swinger in getting the ball out of the sand more consistently.
  • Both PW and DW are designed with a 0.370″ bore to accept the matching 730CL wedge shafts.

A 360º view of the 730CL Woods.

A 360º view of the 730CL Irons and 730CL Hybrids.

Ratings and Reviews

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Rating: 4.0/5 (21 votes cast)


730CL, 4.0 out of 5 based on 21 ratings


  1. HI Tom, if the 730CL 5Iron is fit to 38″ and using 1/2″ increments, would the 6/7 hybrid be cut to the 6iron length (ie 1/2″ shorter) or the 7iron length (ie 1″ shorter)?

    Please explain how to choose.
    Thanks in advance

    • GARTH

      Whether for men’s or women’s length or any other in between or shorter length, the difference between each 730CL hybrid iron is to be 1 inch. so if the #5 is 38, then the 6/7 would be an inch shorter and the 8/9 would be 2″ shorter than the #5.


  2. I live in Iceland. Started golf a few years ago for my retirement which has started. Progress is slow. The more I read and watch DVD about golf the more I get confused. Went for a golf fitting done by, Mr. Björnsson Birgir with a flightScope technic.
    He recommended your product for me, Wishon 730CL . Driver not longer than 44”.
    Now using a 45,25” long with a 12 loft.
    730CL fairwoods, 1 long with with 20 loft and a high 26 loft. 730CL Hybrids, 5,6/7 and 8/9. And 730CL wedges PW and DW.
    My question is where can I order and buy these in or near Orlando FL.
    Can you give me app. price.

    • Mr. Hafstein

      Thank you very much for taking your time to come out website and post your question. You absolutely did the right thing to go see Biggi and to work with him for your fitting needs. I have known him for many years now through our technical correspondence. Biggi would write to me with his technical questions and I would answer to help him increase his knowledge. At this point I can tell from the depth of our discussions that he really is one of the 10 or 20 best clubfitters that I know in the world. I would strongly recommend that you buy the clubs from him that he has fit for you and to not try to hunt around for someone who would be cheaper than him and possibly not build the clubs with the right specifications.

      For your information, we do not have anything to do with what any of the clubmakers charge for the clubs they may fit and build using my designs. All of the clubmakers are independent business people. They are not tied to Wishon Golf in anyway, nor are they tied to any other company in any type of contractual relationship. As independent business people, they are free to determine their services and prices that they offer and charge to golfers. We can have nothing to do with that. As a result, the prices that the clubmakers charge will vary depending on many factors – the clubmaker’s overhead, the time the clubmaker spends in the fitting, the level of knowledge and experience of the clubmaker are all factors that are involved in each clubmaker’s pricing decisions.

      Thank you very much for your interest and I do so very much hope that you work with Biggi for your final purchase. He really is good and you would be sure that not only would you be getting the best set of golf clubs you have ever bought, but it will be made right and if you need any follow up help or services, Biggi would be there to do that for you.


  3. I would like to know if the 730cl driver is bendable? Would like my club fitter to lower the loft to 14 or 14.5 degrees. I hit this club well, however I hit it so high that I believe I could get a bit more distance with a bit lower loft and get more roll.

  4. I have always only played with irons vs hybrids. Your 730CL ruby light AA flex hybrids were sold to me as I was told to update my clubs. I have never had trouble hitting my irons. Will it take me awhile to get used to them as I was a bit discouraged my first time at the driving range. Should I have stayed with irons or will I get used to these hybrids? Thus, hitting the ball further?
    Thank you for your response.

    • PATTIE
      Give it 2 to 3 ball striking or playing sessions/days with the new clubs and if things are not up to your satisfaction, then get back in contact with the clubfitter/clubmaker who fit you and built the clubs and tell him or her what’s going on, what specifically you are doing and not doing with the clubs vs the way you hit your former clubs. Things like this are always a matter of the fitting – the combination of specifications the clubs were made to have to try to fit you and your swing. ALL of the clubmakers are independent business people so this part is a matter between you and the fitter because the 730CL model has been in our product line for 8 yrs with a lot of happy golfers using them – but only when the fit is done right to match the playing characteristics of the golfer. So you need to be working with the clubmaker to get these things re evaluated so you can feel the best about your new clubs. If that cannot be done to your satisfaction, then let us know through contact@wishongolf.com and we’ll try to do our best from afar to help you.


  5. Thanks Tom for the technical answer. In my mind I have always thought that hybrids in a similar loft (say 19 or 20 degrees) would be more accurate than a fairway wood in the same loft. At least that has been my experience. So I am one of those guys that jump from the driver to a 19 degree 3 hybrid. I received my 730cl 5, 6/7 and 8/9 hybrids from Ray Richards today. Looking forward to hitting more greens in the future with those clubs. I do however like the idea of your two 730cl woods as if those would work for me as well as my current lower lofted hybrids I could possibly delete 2 clubs from my bag. Ray is going to put together a test club for me of the 730cl long fairway wood, which will give me an idea how that might work for me.


    • Tom: It sure is helpful to be able to change the lie on your clubs. I have had the 730 cl hybrids now for a week that Ray put together for me. I checked the lie on those clubs in my yard using a net and impact tape and a marking pen. Found that all the lines were going toward the toe, so the lies were a bit too upright for me. I have long arms relative to my height. Any way Ray bent them -2 degrees and after checking the lies again I found that all the marking pen lines on the club face were straight up an down. I had a couple of irons in my original Adams set that I could not hit straight, with balls always going off to the right. I always thought I was not getting the club face closed, but now know that it was the lie angles. They were too upright for me. Since finding that out I recently check my PW and SW of that set and found the same thing, so I am having Ray make me a PW and SW in you 979ss line with the Ruby lite shafts. I went with those because I like cavity backs. The way I figure it, I can make bad shots all on my own and I do not need the club to help me make bad shots with incorrect lie angles.

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