565MC 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 offcenter 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 precise 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 blast highlights – CNC machined scorelines within 2010 USGA rule guidelines

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Joel McHenry
24 days ago

Hi Tom, I currently play the 550c irons, purchased a long time ago. Am looking to update my clubs and very much like the 565 MC profile. I used to do some club making in the past and still have my equipment. Do I have to be a certified club maker to purchase your equipment? Thanks Joel

John Doolittle
1 month ago

Hi Tom – I’ve had my 565’s for 6 years now and they’ve just been fantastic. Some of irons are starting to rust around the sweet spot and some look a bit worn from so much usage. Does that affect spin/ball flight much and at what point is it best to replace them?

George
1 month ago

Hello Tom, congrats on the release of the new 585PC irons

I had no idea you had those in the pipeline

Curious to hear your thoughts behind them and the design

MOI will be less than 565’s? Forgiveness for off center hits I mean

Are the 585PC a hybrid of the 565 and 575 designs?

George
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thank you, Tom.

I now understand that the 585 is a refinement of the 575’s.

That wasn’t clear to me from the product description.

Maybe consider adding some language to the product info to more clearly state that?

I am a big fan of your designs and all that you have done for golfers with your fitting and design expertise

Paul Corgill
3 months ago

Tom, what’s the standard swingweight of the 565MC irons? Any thoughts on selecting this when buying irons?

Steve
5 months ago

Need a 6 iron,p/w and a/w from 565 series(have old 560 discontinued series,stiff steel)….is this possible and what is cost?

Julian
6 months ago

Is it possible to get the 3 Iron? It used to be in stock couple of years ago

Julian
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks for the swift reply. If I can find the 3 iron somewhere online with some stock-shaft, I can get my clubbuilder to pull it and build the 3 iron to the same specs as the 3 iron I already have right? I am trying to get a second set of irons that matches the ones I already have. I bought them in 2019 with the stiff S2S Red 110 shaft. Did that one change in more than just looks since 2019?

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Tom Summerhays
6 months ago
Reply to  Julian

If I may make a recommendation to get a Di595 in the 21 degree loft to meet your needs for a 3 iron, the offset is minimal, the feel is very good, as is the performance. You can have your clubfitter get the right shaft for you as well. A shaft to match your irons or a shaft designed for driving irons/ hybrids.

Warren Gibons
8 months ago

Below is a pic of the actual colour of the irons recieved. Please advice urgently. It is misleading to say the least.

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Warren Gibons
8 months ago

Below is a pic of the irons i was fitted out with. Take note the colour.

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Baden Aldridge
8 months ago

Hi Tom

Would you ever consider making single length irons using a forging techniques?

This would be really cool.

Kind regards

David MacLean
1 year ago

Hi Tom
Wonderful irons, superb!!

Quick question,,
Have you ever considered incorporating tungsten in your forged iron design??

Thanks

All the best to you.

Regards

David MacLean

Scott Martin
1 year ago

565MC are great golf clubs; I’ve played AP2 from the beginning through 718. I absolutely love these 565s. They’re more forgiving and still a forged head. Best of both worlds (+0.2 HC)

Tom
1 year ago

Hello Tom, I have purchased the 565 irons 2 years ago, I have been very happy with the clubs however the grooves seem to be wearing off and some iron faces have bad nicks and the top line on some clubs are banged up( I take good care of my clubs) is this due to soft metal?

Chad
1 year ago

Tom,

Could you comment on the difference (if any) between the sole grind of the 560mc and 565mc. I am a bit steep and can take some decent divots. I really liked the 560mc’s, found them quite forgiving…they were ok through the turf for me. Wondering if the 565’s might offer a little more relief on the leading edge? It’s hard to tell from the pics.

Thanks – Chad

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Alistair
1 year ago

Hi Tom and others, I’m currently playing minimalist golf and plan to have Bob make me three irons to go with a hybrid, driver and putter. I have some ideas on my ‘perfect’ set makeup, but would appreciate experienced input. I’ve been experimenting with clubs and since I fairly regularly use my 8 iron for punch shots I am thinking of AW, 8, 6, (775) 3H to join a driver and putter. I play my driver up and down the shaft to be able to (roughly) drive to a distance/ green and plan to use the hybrid the same way.… Read more »

Alistair
1 year ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom.
I’ll take you comments on board. I have been tossing up between a #2 and #3 hybrid for some time, currently playing #1 and #2 hybrids rather than woods.

Alex Tatham
1 year ago

Hi Tom I have recently been fitted for the 565 irons. I am a 17 year old and I’m also 6’6’’ my average 5 iron swing speed in 90-95 mph. I was using mizuno jpx ez cast iron before with regular length shafts which I can keep up and play with anyone I want but I made the decision to invest in your irons fitted by Rick McKinney. With my current bag I am a 12-14 handicap being new to the game (I started playing serious 2 months ago when I started working at craigowan golf club). I got a… Read more »

Dennis B.
1 year ago

Tom, I had my 1st set of Wishon clubs fitted for me almost 2 years ago using the 755pc irons. I had a golf index of 22 at the time. With lots of time on the range and course I am now down to a 14. I was wondering if my golf game would see more improvement if I went to the 565MC forged irons. Sometimes I feel like I struggle coming out of the rough more than I should be with the 755pc. But since I am new to the game I wanted to bring the question to you.… Read more »

John Marcelli
2 years ago

Hi Tom, My bags consists of all Wishon products and I would guess they are at least 10 years old. Driver 919 THI, 4 wood 949mc, 550 MB/CB 4-pw, pfc tour wedges and Smooth Series 6 putter. MY HCP is 8.6 and I feel like I still give away a lot of strokes around the green and by not being consistent with my 4 wood or 4 iron on long par 4 or par 5S. What are your thoughts on how much technology has changed/improved clubs over the past 10 years? Should I consider upgrading some or all my clubs?… Read more »

John Marcelli
2 years ago
Reply to  John Marcelli

Thanks Tom! That was very helpful. I will be looking for a new Wishon fitter soon!

last question, I forgot to mention I have a 3 and 5 wood (Wishon 515 fairway) as I adjust my bag for gaps I was thinking I might add one or both back. Can you share your comments on those and if you think I would benefit on upgrading or if I should just keep playing them and pick up a couple of utility clubs to replace my 4\5 irons.

Dac
2 years ago

Hi Tom , Hope you are well and enjoying life.
I have been studying your books and videos for a while now , absolutely fascinating.
I am interested in getting all my clubs checked and then either altered or being fitted for a complete new set of Wishon clubs . some club fitters are saying no point in measuring MOI unless I have them BioMatched as well what is your opinion on the BioMatch system that puts weight in the butt end ….seems counter productive to me ?

dac
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thank you Tom for your reply. much appreciated , I have been talking a lot with Richard Kemp on the telephone, he is on the South coast of England and I am in the North of England spoke for several hours on the phone , he made many references to your work on club fitting etc . He recommended I try and find the MOI on my own first by hitting clubs and using markers and adding weight etc till sweet spot every time…till I get a tighter dispersion of shots..I will let you know how I get on. Many… Read more »

Peter Baldwin
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

big thumbs up for Richard. Fantastic clubmaker, extremely knowledgeable, pleasant and makes cracking clubs!

Jack Dermody
2 years ago

Hi Tom, Hope you are keeping safe. I am here in the West of Ireland and I am working with Kevin Cunniffe in Golftek. I have a set of Taylormade RSI1 which I got 5 years ago and since I have reduced my handicap from 28 to 17. Would have been lower but an addition to household can take up ones time. I have a driver swing about 101mph and my short game is what mainly keeps be back (no time to practice but this year is different, oh wait COVID). With the lockdown and self reflection(buddies started buying clubs… Read more »

Jack Dermody
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom, appreciate your time and wisdom.

Good Luck
Jack

Pavan
2 years ago

Hi Tom, some more advise please. Would the playing characteristics of a White 610-IR-S with a tip trim of 1″ be similar to a TT Dynalite 105 gm steel shaft? And of a Blue 607-WD-S with a tip trim of 1″ with a Aldila NV Green 65? (Except for their respective weights, of course). Thanks and with best regards. Pavan

Pavan
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Great help, absolutely. Thanks very much once again. Best regards, Pavan.

Pavan
2 years ago

Hi Tom, I’m considering buying a set of irons and have a couple of questions – (1) what is the major difference between 565 and 575 irons and why would one choose one over the other (2) most wedges have little or no offset but your wedges have a 2mm offset..any advantages or reason (3) some forged irons are made of DT-4 steel…what would the difference be between clubs made of this material and say 1035 or 1025 carbon steel. Thanks. Pavan.

Pavan
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Hi Tom, as usual, very very clear and extremely educative, thanks ever so much. And absolutely very helpful in making up my mind. Thanks again. Pavan

Mark Blair
2 years ago

Hi Tom, would you recommend the 565 for an 18 handicap player or should I go for the 771?

Mark Blair
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Very helpful .Thank you

Michael Thim
2 years ago

Hi Tom, are you planning on more options for left handers, like 565/575?

Stephen
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Having said that. Is the 771CSI Iron a noticeable upgrade from the 770 CFE with the White 610 R Shaft I currently have ?

If there is no discernible difference what would you recommend ?

Thanks Stephen.

Stephen
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thank you.

I have had the 770 ‘s since those first came out and got the Wishon “White” shafts put in as soon as they first came out. I have been extremely happy with them and want to move up to the next level. As a Leftie I may have to upgrade to a different brand sorry I am too old to switch .. Still have the Driver and Woods in my bag…

Stephen

2 years ago

Hi Tom, We recently spoke regarding my 550c irons. I did increase the lofts -2 and raised my lie 2 degrees and picked up the few yards I had lost so now my yardage’s are back to normal in my mind. I love the 550c. But they are also wearing and I am thinking about the 565 irons. My question….are the 565c irons a similar length to the 550c? One of the things l like best is the length and forgiveness of the 550 while maintaining workability. I don’t like the shorter head “players” clubs on the market. Are the… Read more »

Richard
2 years ago

Hello: this may seem like a dumb question: are the 565s and 575s one solid piece of metal? i’m confused by all of the clubs calling themselves ‘forged’ but they are two pieces of forged metal welded together. then usually injected with foam

Tom Wishon
2 years ago
Reply to  Richard

Richard Not a dumb question all all because you really need to see the forging process to better understand how it works. On that here’s a link to a video that shows the actual process of forging to take a hot bar of steel to a raw forging ready for all the machining steps to turn it into a clubhead – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUfvAjAbxfI The 565 and 575 are forged from one piece of steel, just like what is in the video I pasted the link for. One round bar of carbon steel is heated to soften it and then hit/hammered (forged)… Read more »