919THI DRIVERS

 

Wishon Golf’s Most Popular Driver Design in a Wide Variety of Custom Fitting Options

Features:

    • 919THI Drivers available in both conventional finish and a Black Oxide finish – all designed with Wishon’s unique bendable hosel

    • Variable Thickness Face with High MOI delivers the best off center hit performance in the game

    • All 919THI drivers undergo 6 separate face thickness QC checks during production to ensure the highest conforming smash factor

    • The 919THI is also available in a beautiful black oxide satin finish with a striking but subtle red top crown highlights for the most modern cosmetic appearance

    • Available in conventional finish version in RH 9°, 11°, 13° and 15.5°.  LH in 11°. Black Oxide version in RH in 9°, 11° and 13°

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John Stonier
8 days ago

Tom, Been a fan of yours since the mid 90’s, back in the Golfsmith days. Congratulations on semi retirement but we sure miss Wishon Golf being here in the states (although Diamond is great to carry on the legacy). The 919 THI is a very nice driver head design, great traditional look, and the bendable hosel is a fantastic design, definitely the best hosel design in the industry. The only thing I don’t like about it is the sound, but that’s strictly a personal thing. The rumor is you’re working on a new driver design. If so I’d like to… Read more »

Don granger
15 days ago

Tom Had my irons and woods fit by Marc Hocutt in cathedral city Ca he is no longer doing fitting. Has someone else in the desert started doing fitting with wishon,,have your 919tii 3 driving wood and 5 wood 870 irons have loved them might be time to get some different shafts I am willing to spend the money to try. But will need a fitter.

granger don
17 days ago

Tom have 919 s2s white shafts 11 loft do you have any shafts that might give me a little more distance? 78 years old swing speed about 85 to 90

Tariq OSMANY
17 days ago
Reply to  granger don

Hi Don,
I’m 75 and believe me your SS is probably nearer 70. I’m using the Blue shaft in A flex and am very happy with flight and distance.

Don granger
16 days ago
Reply to  Tariq OSMANY

Had SS measured within last 6 months and it is 85 to 90 my average drive Apx flight and add another 20 or more for roll out. My launch is not steep but mid flight

25 days ago

Are we getting a new driver in 2021?

PETER WOOLLEY
1 month ago

Hi Tom ,

I have had a full set of Wishon clubs for c 10 years and they are brilliant . I love the 919 driver which was really well fitted by Richard Kempton from Kent . A couple of friends are very interested in getting the driver but have been saying that the 919 has been around a long time and surely driver technology has moved on a lot in 10 years so shouldn’t they buy one of the major brands eg Taylormade . How should I respond ?

thank you ,
Peter

Frazer
1 month ago
Reply to  PETER WOOLLEY

By telling them that they are talking out of there arse!

PETER WOOLLEY
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom,
Thank you for such a clear and comprehensive reply. Time I got a new driver as well.!!
Peter

Steve Jones
1 month ago

Hi, I am researching drivers and have settled on your 919. I have a swing of 95 give or take a couple. Will the S2S White shaft at 44″ handle this speed. It is an average load swing.

TK
1 month ago

Hey Tom, just wondering what the lowest and highest lie angles are that I could get the 919THI driver to bend to.? Is it possible to find a driver that can have a lie angle bent to say around 50*? Thanks for your time!

TK
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, thanks for the response. Are you aware of any driver that could have such a flat lie angle? Maybe manufactured with a low lie angle initially? Thanks again!

Last edited 1 month ago by TK
Craig
1 month ago

Hello Tom, I have a 919 THI (8.5 degree hand picked by you for Charlie Sampson) and I wanted to know if you make a shaft recommendation for me. My go to driver that has been perfect is a Ping i20 with a Ping TFC 707 D true x-stiff shaft. I first tried a Tour AD DI-7 matched up to the TFC and the flight was too low although the shaft didn’t feel boardy or harsh at impact. I then put the same shaft I have had great success with in all of my Sonartec 3 woods and Miura hybrids,… Read more »

Tom Hawkins
2 months ago

Does the 919 THI need a collard ferrule?

Tom Hawkins
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom:
I appreciate you taking the time to answer my question. Answer is very helpful. God bless you.

Scott Crutchfield
3 months ago

Tom I have a 460 949 Driver, a 525 Driver, and one of your original 919 Drivers which I gave my son. I am struggling driving the ball after a couple of years away from the game. Would their be any considerable advantage to getting a 919 THI closer to my specs vs the 949 and the 525 I already play sometimes? I got a head from Maltby and can kill it, but it is constantly open and I hit it all over the course! Thanks for the help in advance!!

stephane
3 months ago

Hi Tom ,

i have a set of sterling(5I to SW) plus fairway woods 929HS 3&5 in lefthand.
I am looking now for a driver from your compagny .I m interested in your 919THI 11deg
I called Arnaud Maurin in France ( i am french :)but he told me that he is not doing lefthanded club anymore . What could you please recommend.
Thank you for your help.
Stephane

Stephane
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tank you for your answer.Should i understand that driver are avalaible in left hand?.

Jeff Wright
4 months ago

Hi Tom

I’ve had a complete set (forged cavity back irons and 919 fairways and driver) that I had made maybe 7 years ago. My old 919 driver broke at the hosel yesterday (cracked where the hosel meets the head). How do the current 919 heads compare to the one I had? I know you can’t answer but do you think the shaft could be reused and just a new head expoxyd on? I had the whole set matched and I’d love it if the club felt the same as the old ones.

John Colley
4 months ago

Hello Tom I’ve followed you from afar for some years now ever since I saw ‘so you think you play the same clubs as the pros” Your ideas for the club or recreational golfer are so great in helping people understand what they are striving for but follow the wrong path quite often in trying to achieve it, so good on you for educating us. My old mate Bobby hit his 5 wood further and straighter than his driver I had to send him links from your guides as to why, I tried and finally gained a Cobra ladies head… Read more »

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GERRY Burke
5 months ago

Hi what have you available in offset drivers

Joe
5 months ago

Hello Tom,

I am not new to golf but I do not play often maybe a couple rounds a year. My 16yr old son is pretty good for being a recreational player. HE has taken an interest and we are making plans to play. Should we both get fitted for a driver or is that overkill? I have always struggled off the tee.

Steve
6 months ago

Tom, I have your hybrid, e wood and 4 wood and you mentioned sand blasting the face in f the driver. Could I do the same with the hybrid? It doesn’t seem to spin enough either. Also, could I sand it with paper instead of sandblasting?

Steve
6 months ago

Tom, I have preordered a set of the EQs. I love the Wishon shaft in my sterlings, should I order the same shaft in the EQs?

Steve Poe
6 months ago

Tom, I had another question about the driver. I have a 919 but I am finding that i am such a low spinner of the golf ball that my off center hits tend to knuckleball out of the air and hook like crazy. i own a GC2 with HMT and know my numbers very well. i am finding that at 110mph club speed that if i miss the center by as little as 1/2″ toward the toe that even with a slightly open face to path relationship, i hit these 1400 and less rpm spin balls that hook off the… Read more »

Steve
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

I wasn’t sure my last response posted. Here are two typical drives

Aoa. 7.1 up
Path. 3.2 in to out
Face to path .5 closed
Dyn loft. 16.2
Launch 14.8
Spin 1374
Side spin 661
Start line .7 left
Hooked 47 yards
Carried 259
27 degree decent angle

The one above is my nemesis

Shot 2

7.1 AOA
3.1 path
3 face
19.9 DL
18.8 launch
4.8 start line
1588 spin
192 side spin
Finished 10yds right slight draw
Carried 270
39 degree decent angle

One ends up perfect and one hooks off the planet and neither have any spin

Steve Poe
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

I don’t know the actual driver loft other than it is stated at 9. (Taylormade aeroburner) My impact positions are very similar in look to Dustin Johnson and the club head is “not” passing my hands. Flipping it is not one of my issues LOL :). However, i do hit up on the ball trying to gain carry distance. My launch monitor is a Foresight GC2 with HMT. i am a 4 handicap and my driver swing speed is 108. The dynamic loft number i gave you for both swings is measured by the GC2 and should be the actual… Read more »

Steve Poe
7 months ago

Tom, do you have any feel for when you may release the info or your new single length design? I am currently playing the sterling iron you designed and love it.

anxious to see whats next 🙂

Ildefonso Aguilar
7 months ago

Hello, I have a driver 5 fairwood and 3 rescue from Wishon Golf, Also the 515 iron set. Recently My swing has changed with the time, so I took the irons tho a local club smith and had the irons flattened 4 degrees. They work perfect now. My question now, if it is possible to flatten the woos too. I would like to have them flatted 2 degrees. What do you recommend? Thanks

Ollie Cavers
7 months ago

I can’t find the price of anything anywhere

Scott Jennings
8 months ago

Hi Tom.
I’m still using your 870 ti irons.I fitted them with Precision rifle 5.0 shafts with midsize grips.To me,nothing comes close to the feel you get with these,and distance is brilliant.A real credit to your craftsmanship.Thanks.

Dennis
11 months ago

Tom- New to your site and enjoying it immensely. Is there a practical limit to how short your 919THI driver can be built and still “perform” both in terms of distance and feel (recognizing that factors such as shaft and grip weights, swing speed, etc. impact things)? In effect, at some shortened length, would the driver likely be inferior to a strong 3-wood properly fit, for example? I’m 67 with diminishing club head speed and trending away from my low to mid single digit historical handicap range! Playing forward tees these days and enjoying the game more! FYI: I intend… Read more »

Dennis
10 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, thanks so much for your rapid and enlightening response. I may just follow your lead and replicate your 12-club setup, possibly with the only variation being a 7-wood (21*?) instead of the 21* hybrid. May have some shaft questions for you next! In meantime, I am binge-reading your one-of-a-kind web site.

Dave J
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

You have my order for the book already.
I’m a short ass, at 1,66cm,,, 56yrs old, play off anywhere between a 2 to 4 hc , because I chip as good as any pro,,my nick name (ole chip & 1 putt) – my question, as you on shaft length,,,does a shorter person require a shorter shaft ? I play standard clubs, just had the lie angles adjusted on my irons about 2 years back,, they forged.
My driver swing speed 98 to 102 mph.

Nathan
11 months ago

Hi Tom.

I was hoping you could explain the difference between an investment cast titanium driver vs. a forged one and if can the face of a driver can be cast? Which one is more precise and of higher quality? In the real world is there any difference in performance?

Which method of construction did you choose for the 919?

Thanks!

Walter
8 months ago
Reply to  Nathan

What I want to know is when is Tom going to start using “AI” and wind tunnels to develop his next SUPER driver head, isn’t that the wave of the future, lol…I’m just kidding of course and putting a dig into the ribs of the Callaway and TMs of the world. Actually on a good note (if you can call it that) I heard in the wind about some of these manufactures may be going back to glued hosel/shafts in the near future, hmmm, wonder why that would be. So what’s old is new again………….I wonder if “AI” led them… Read more »

Vince
1 year ago

Hello Tom, I am 62 and have a 15,5 HLP with a S2S Blue 45 at 43,5 inches. When I began to use it I was 24 of index and now I am 16.5. My carry was 155 yards, it is now 170 yards. And my trajectories are very high. Could I get 10-20 extra yards with a new shaft (S2S White, etc. ) or do I have to change the driver (13,5 ?) Thank you