Twin Rail sole design enhances a smooth travel through tall grass and Bermuda type grasses while maintaining completely normal performance on short fairway turf


  • Special custom heat treatment process enables the 431 stainless steel face to be made thinner to increase smash factor for more distance beyond what is normal for cast hybrid head designs

  • Increased body weight at the rear of the head combines with the heavy Rail sole construction to create a lower/more rear Center of Gravity for higher launch and softer landing on the greens

  • Face Progression is in between a fairway wood and iron to offer a very pleasing look behind the ball

  • Twin Weight Bores allow a maximum addition of 18g to the head to offer custom assembly to a very wide range of swingweights (MOI) with different shaft weights and grip weights

  • 0.335″ parallel bore diameter design to match with any of Wishon Golf’s S2S Black, White or Blue Hybrid shaft designs

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1 year ago

I’m considering buying a 2 or 3 hybrid iron in order to switch with my Di590 2 iron depending what kind of course I play.
I love the Di590 from the tee but it can be difficult from the rough.
I think I read you are planning to release some new hybrids. Anything you can share? Also maybe the different thinking behind the 318 and 775hs

Bill Cohan
3 years ago

Tom; I have a 318 4 and 5 hybrid made by Tim Mosel. I also have 949 7 and 5 wood and 11 Degree THI in the bag. It took me a long time to get used to the 4, but am now hitting it consistently 180 to 185 yds. I hit the 7 wood over 190 plus consistently. Would it make sense to switch my 949 7 wood to the 318 RS 3 hybrid in order to have a more consistent swing path? If it helps, Tim says I am more of a Swing type rather than a hitter… Read more »

4 years ago

What descent angle could be expected for -5, based on a typical 6I SS of 59 mph?

dan Hopkins
4 years ago

do you have 8,9,pw hybrids