SINGLE LENGTH IRONS

 

Wishon’s new single length iron design concept EQ1-NX offers same length and high COR low loft iron characteristics while adding many new performance enhancing features to mark a definite step forward in game improvement iron design.



Features:

    • Enabled by the new 2-piece hollow body design, the Center of Gravity moves progressively through the set from lowest and most rear located on the #5 iron to highest and most forward located on the GW and SW to achieve more consistent shot shape and shot height for each iron in the set
    • The hollow body design throughout the set increases the MOI of each head by removing all mass from the inside of the head to be distributed all around the CG.  The hollow body construction also enables the CG progression and uniform impact sound between the high COR and conventional COR heads in the set 
    • Low number irons are better matched with their loft to CG position to achieve preferred shot shape/height and allow a wider range of players to be able to effectively hit the #5 and 6 irons to fly and carry with proper distance gaps
    • Traditional GW and SW profile shapes are combined with milled faces and a custom sole grind make the wedges a great choice even if they were standalone wedges and not part of the single length design 
    • 275g head weight with hosel weight bore allows assembly to any single length between 35.5” and 37.5” while still being able to achieve a reasonable range of swingweight/MOI (depending on shaft weight and grip weight)

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Edward Cheszek
1 month ago

Tom:

First time I am building a single length iron set. I just purchased 5-GW EQ1-NX irons but not sure about the tip trimming required. I have a set of Fujikura Atmos Red shafts that will be used but I cannot find any info on the tip trimming. Since these are single length do I follow the normal convention of tip trimming for each iron or is it changed? I would appreciate your feedback on this issue.

Thanks,

Ed

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Edward Cheszek

Edward
All iron shaft tip trimming for single length sets is done on the basis of what iron number length you are making all the irons to be. So for example, if you are building to an 8 iron length for all the irons, you tip trim all the shafts for an 8 iron installation. If you choose to make the irons all 7 iron length, then you tip trim each iron for what the shaft model’s tip trim instructions say for a 7 iron installation.
TOM

Edward Cheszek
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom:

Thanks for the prompt reply. That is what I thought but did not know for sure. I am excited to build my first Eq1-NX set for my client. Hope I get to build many more.

Ed

Don
1 month ago

Hi Tom,

At 77 and 6’4″ tall and living in New Zealand, I currently play single length irons purchased on the basis of a wrist to floor measurement. I intend to upgrade to a set of your EQ1-NX irons, unfortunately the closest of your club fitters is in Australia. What is the best method to establish the correct length for me?
Regards,
Don.

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Don

DON Thanks very much for your interest. The best way to start the process of length determination is to let me know your height AND the measurement from the wrist of your upper hand on the grip, to the floor so I can compare those two measurements to a chart I have worked on for iron length determination over the past thirty years. You already said you are 6’4, so I have that. For the wrist to floor measurement, follow these guidelines CAREFULLY. Stand comfortably erect, shoulders perfectly level, arms hanging relaxed at your sides. If you play right handed,… Read more »

Trent
1 month ago

Hey Tom,

What’s the differences between the old Sterling one length design and the new EQ1 design?

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Trent

Trent Happy to help with information and thanks very much for your interest. First, similarities between the original single length Sterling and the current EQ1; 1) both are set up to be built to 8 iron length as the standard single length default. Both have weight bores to add weight when needed so both could be built to custom single lengths from 6 or 7 iron length to 9 iron length, when desired or needed. 2) Both are designed with high COR low loft irons through the #7, conventional COR face for the #8 to wedges. Now, differences – 1)… Read more »

Ryan Belanger
1 month ago

Hi Tom,
I don’t have a Wishon fitter near me but I was fit for Edel irons the other day and we settled on their 85g regular flex shaft with a 6g weight in the clubhead. My swing speed currently is around 70mph. Based on this would you recommend your 5-6 hybrid and then 7-pw irons in your black graphite 82g regular flex shaft?

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Ryan Belanger

RYAN Shaft weight and headweight preference have nothing to do with whether you go with a set makeup of more hybrids/less irons or what. Set makeup in single length is 100% all about your clubhead speed with the proviso being the lower the speed, the more hybrids and fewer irons. The reason is because when all your irons are single length and at a length such as a 7 or 8 iron length, lower loft clubs are always going to be more difficult to hit high with enough ball speed and spin tpo achieve a full club carry distance between… Read more »

Ryan Belanger
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom. I am actully working with Roy Nix and we are going to start with a 7 wood, 5 hybrid, and the 7-pw. If my swing speed improves as I get used the clubs we will toss in a 6i, if it does nto we will use a 6 hybrid. Would you suggest the hybrids be the same length as my irons or should they be slightly longer?

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Ryan Belanger

RYAN
That really is a question for Roy to answer once he gets a chance to learn all about your playing characteristics and swing moves/habits. I can’t answer that in all honesty because it does require knowing much more about your swing and how you play. So for sure, bring this up to Roy and trust his judgment based on his analysis of your swing information.
TOM

Dan
1 month ago

Hey Tom, Really interested in your clubs. They are beautiful. I currently own a set of Pinhawk SL irons and love them. However, I am looking to upgrade and have heard the added value in the EQ1-NX’s due to their quality and premium design. One main question as I look to upgrade to a new set. Pinhawk is now offering a Dual-Length iron set. 3-5 irons at a longer length and 6-LW at a shorter length. This intrigues me as someone who loves to easily set up to a ball and would only have to worry about two lengths. It… Read more »

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

DAN The reason anyone would advocate one longer length for #3-5 and a shorter length for the rest of the irons is because their low loft irons are not made with a high COR face and thus at the same length as the #6-wedges the majority of golfers could not generate enough ball speed to be able to hit those low loft irons to a proper carry distance that would allow consistent distance gaps. One of the main differences between conventional length irons and single length irons is this very matter I am talking about. What causes any club to… Read more »

Rich Douglas
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

Hi, Dan. Big Wishon fan here. Losing the single-length advantage isn’t worth it. Most people believe there is a trade-off to be had with these clubs, but it’s usually the opposite of what you’re proposing. They think (a) they’ll gain from having shorter-than-normal “long” (low-lofted) irons but (b) lose by having longer-than-normal “short” (high lofted) irons and wedges. But in practice, they learn to hit the high-lofted irons and wedges just fine because it’s all the same swing throughout the set. As Tom notes, however, you’re losing this advantage with your current set because those clubheads aren’t designed to make… Read more »

Scotty
1 month ago

Hey mate, Had your EQ1-NXs for over a year now. Loving them, thank you for your efforts in creating them. I am having an issue with the LW (Since it came out). Every other clu. Has a lovely median gap of around 10m, any variation to that is statistically insignificant (Love launch monitors). But from the SW to the LW I have a drop of 20m. I’m a bit of a hobbiest when it comes to club making, so I’ve tried different (Heavier) shafts, tipping, tip weights to address this. No luck (I’m not game enough to bend and damage… Read more »

Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Scotty

Scotty Lob wedges are NOTORIOUS for being tough to achieve a proper distance gap to a SW because when you get to 60* loft, depending on your angle of attack into the ball, that is so much loft that it is difficult to achieve any sort of full on impact force. So much of the swing speed ends up being dissipated from impact because the 60* loft creates so much of a sliding action of the ball up the face before it takes off. PErhaps try playing the ball back a little more so you can use that to help… Read more »

Scotty
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Good answer. Thanks mate. Will Try the different ball position for the LW only.

Brian
2 months ago

Hi Tom,

Very interested in these clubs. I will try and get a fit locally (vancouver) but in the meantime I was wondering what your sizing recommendation would be for someone 5’5.5″ tall with a wrist-to-floor of 31″.

-0.5″ and -2 lie?

Thanks

Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian

BRIAN

While an in person analysis of the set up position, stance, posture and position at impact are always needed to go with the height and WTF to determine the final length and lie, on the surface just based on height + WTF I would say your assessment of -0.5″ from std for length and -2* flat for the lie would be pretty accurate. Meaning a 36″ length with 62* lie. THanks very much for your interest,
TOM

Brian
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

The fitter is booked out for a couple of weeks, but I’m curious if a single plane swing would alter these “ball park” adjustments. The style of single plane swing im using is from Kirk Junge which is a little less aggressive than Moe’s.

Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian

BRIAN
IF the fitter is good and experienced, he will fit the clubs to YOUR swing characteristics. In that sense any differences dictated by a single plane move will be incorporated into the specs for the clubs.
TOM

Rich Douglas
2 months ago
Reply to  Brian

I want to echo what Tom said and comment on a related issue. Yes, a fitter will adjust your clubs to your swing and your desired outcomes. This is true regardless of a one- or two-plane swing. That said, there is a common misconception that single-length irons are for one-plane swingers. This simply is not so. (I believe it comes from the fact that the only Tour player–or, for now, former Tour player–using single-length irons is also an advocate for the one-plane swing. But the two concepts are unrelated, just as single-length clubs do not dictate grip size, lie angle,… Read more »

Brian
1 month ago
Reply to  Rich Douglas

Hey Rich! Thanks for the input. I wasn’t under the impression that single plane and single length had to go hand in hand, they just both happened to pique my interest at the same time. Also knowing that Bryson uses both gave the idea a vote of confidence, but it doesn’t seem to be working for him very well these days…lol. I’m sure I will mess with my swing in a thousand different ways once I start. The main thing im looking forward to is finally getting my equipment so that I can start building a relationship with my clubs.… Read more »

trent
2 months ago

I saw Condor Golf has left-handed EQ1-NX… is this accurate? Are there left-handed options for the EQ1-NX?

Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  trent

TRENT
The LH version of the EQ1-NX woods, hybrids and irons did just become available. I think the inventory for left hand arrived at Diamond GOlf last month.
TOM

James Gilmartin
2 months ago

Hello again Tom, It’s been a while since I’ve talked with you. I purchased a couple of 959OL Drivers from you a few years ago. I am very interested in your EQ1-NX irons. I’m 77 years old, started playing at 7 years old, 6’2″ and 160 Lbs, long arms and have NO idea what length I would need for the single length irons. I may have ingrained habits (that keep me from improving) but I really would like to try your single length irons. I am a 7 handicap, play 3 times a week now with Callaway APEX irons but… Read more »

Admin
2 months ago

JAMES
You can contact PLano Custom Golf to inquire about a fitting appointment. They are experts so they will easily be able to fit you properly for everything connected with a set of our single length irons. Their contact information is – Plano Custom Golf/7201 Chase Oaks Blvd/Plano 75025/972-517-3688/info@planocustomgolf.com/www.planocustomgolf.com. Any pricing information comes from them, not us. We supply the components and the know how, they are the independent business so they make their own decisions on pricing and by law, we cannot influence that in anyway. Thanks very much for your interest!
TOM

Quinten
3 months ago

As this is SL done right I hope to join those who play this set. The concept is great for tall players without super long arms too as your wedges don’t get to back hurting short. I am just a little worried about the clubhead weight with a 38.5 inch long shaft in the irons, I don’t mind the swingweights in the high D but would a lot of grip end weight be needed to achieve that with a 95gr shaft like the Steelfiber i95?

Admin
3 months ago
Reply to  Quinten

Quinten At 38.5″ for the single length, even with a very light shaft the swingweight/headweight feel would be heavy. Whether it would be too heavy for your playing needs is something you can only find out if you build ONE of the irons at that length, with the shaft and grip you prefer to play. If it is possible to still be reasonably comfortable over the ball with a shorter length than that, you should try to do that. You did not say how long your current irons are in relation to standard length. But even if you used a… Read more »

Quinten
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thank you Tom. Many years ago you gave me some great advice on how to build a set with an 8 iron being the shortest at 38″, it involved a lot of drilling in the clubheads:) But you also warned me for the challanges and told me about the single length concept you were working on. It’s great to se those single length Wishon sets now are a reality. I’ll find a fitter who wants to start with one club.

2 months ago
Reply to  Quinten

Quniten, I am picking up where my dad left off and getting into the single length builds with success. I have a set of the proper Wishon heads here. We cn build the 7 seve to you liking and build the rest of the set off of that. I am in FL, you can get more info at http://www.customclubsbypinhigh.com , and give me a call at 434-294-5883 anytime. Rick

Rich Douglas
4 months ago

An update. I played the original design from when it was first introduced until the introduction of the EQ1-NX, so what, about 6 years? Still going strong. The EQ1-NX remains a strong upgrade from the original model. More forgiving, about the same distance, etc. I had taken out the original set’s 4-iron because I was slowing down (I’m 63) and my 8-iron swing speed is only 84mph. But with the new set I went with the 4-Hybrid (36.5″–same as the rest of the set) and I have to say I’m pleased. My fitter ensured I chose the best graphite shaft… Read more »

Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Rich Douglas

RICH
Many thanks for taking the time to update us on your continued progress with the single length irons. Though I did have to laugh a little bit when you said you “only” have an 8 iron swing speed of 84mph. That’s pretty stout to be honest with you!! You are aging very well I would say!! Unlike some of us (71) who have dipped below 80 with the iron speed!! HA!
Thanks,
TOM

Gary Edmonds
4 months ago

Hi Tom, Wondering why it is that you use a 454g tip-weight when frequency analysing shafts. Some companies use a 205g tip-weight, which is about the weight of a driver`s head. Others use weights between 225g and 300g, which would be more in the range of the iron headweights. Even the head of a putter is less than 454g. So, why this particular weight? Thanks. Gary E.

Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Gary Edmonds

GARY IN doing our shaft analysis, we are taking frequency measurements all the way from 41″ up from the tip, down to 11″ up from the tip, at 5″ increments along the way. We do this many measurements along the full length of the shaft so we can see the full length stiffness profile of each shaft from butt to tip. Once you get down to where there is only 21″, 16″ and 11″ of shaft sticking out from the front of the clamp of the analyzer, with a 205g tip weight the frequency is so high the machine cannot… Read more »

Daniel
4 months ago

Hi Tom,

Is there anyway to have a set sent/made up in Melbourne AU? I reached out to the club fitters but no luck there.

Thanks,

Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Daniel

Daniel Sorry about that. Time marches on and I gather that Geoff Waldon from the MB area is retired now. Which is too bad because he was the very best clubmaker/clubfitter in Australia. The head of the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals, Roy Nix, has been adding fitting and custom clubmaking online over the past few years for golfers who do not have a clubmaker in reasonable proximity to where they live. If you like, you can contact him at roy@mcnixgolf.com and take a look at his website at http://www.mcnixgolf.com . I’ve recommended several to his online fitting services and… Read more »

Daniel
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom appreciate it!

Peter
3 months ago
Reply to  Daniel

Hi Daniel … Have you had any luck in finding a clubfitter in Melbourne?

Kevin
4 months ago

Hi Tom, I had EQ-NX built for me at 37.5″ and the club builder added weight to the butt to swingweight at D3. I was wondering if this was the only way to do it or if he could also have removed weight from the head?

Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Kevin

KEVIN Removing weight from a clubhead is almost impossible, depending on the head model/construction and the clubmaker’s skill and equipment. Technically on irons it is possible to grind/polish weight off the head, most typically off the sole where there is more metal. Even with the hollow construction of the EQ1 irons, there is enough metal on the sole to remove quite a bit of headweight. BUT – this requires refinishing the heads by grinding and polishing over a series of different sanders/grinders/buffing wheels which is something very, very few clubmakers ever are called upon to do so they do not… Read more »

Kevin
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks very much Tom. Yes, I have KBS tour stiff 120g shafts with 50g oversize grips. I’m thinking about having the shafts switched to something in the 105g range. Being tall (6’4″) I have a hard time swinging shorter clubs consistently and the one lengths at 37.5″ have been great. I have 56 and 60 degree wedges built at 36″ and ran into the same issue of having to add weight to the butt to bring to D5. They feel a little heavy but I guess this is just something I have to deal with unless I am able to… Read more »

Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Kevin

Kevin
Yes, if you did go with a 100-105g shaft that you like, that should bring the swt down by around 2 points, then if you could still feel comfortable with the irons at 37.25″ (1/4″ is not much when it comes to how you feel with the length over the ball), that would get you another point. 3 points down should make a difference in the head feel during your swing.
TOM

Olivier Marcotte
4 months ago

Any Clubfitter located in Canada,Quebec? Would be interrested in getting my bag fits with some of these clubs

Admin
4 months ago

Olivier
Yes, and thank you for your interest. In the Montreal area – Golf Canamount, 514-219-4040, denis@golfcanamount.ca, http://www.golfcanamount.ca; In the Quebec City area – Mecanique Du Golf, 418-580-1084, mecaniquedugolf@uahoo.ca, http://www.mecaniquedugolf.ca ; I hope this works for you for your location. thanks again and the very best to you in this great game,
TOM

Robert
5 months ago

Hi, what is the bore diameter of these irons. I dont see that information. Thanks!

Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Robert

Robert
As with everyone of our iron and wedge models, the bore diam is 0.370 for parallel tip iron shafts. I doubt I will ever design a taper tip bore because there are just so many more shaft options for custom fitting purposes that are only made with a 0.370″ parallel tip.
TOM

John Tucci
5 months ago

I meant swing speed over 80 at 8 iron length.

John Tucci
5 months ago

Hi Tom, Getting a set built with 115 gram steel shafts at 8 iron length. A demo 5 iron is coming in at D5 swing weight. It for sure doesn’t feel perfect coming through. Feels heavy for sure. When I choke up about an inch it feels much better. Assuming that adding a bit of weight in the grip area is the best way to adjust sw to D2/D3. Do you see any issues with this relative to total weight? I am pretty strong and have swing speed over 80 at 7 iron length. I was pretty surprised to have… Read more »

Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  John Tucci

JOHN If the irons are being made to a std 8 iron length of 36.5, there is no way the swingweight should be as high as D5. At 36.5″ the only possible way the swt could be that high is if you are using an extremely light grip, such as one that is lighter than 40grams. I am NOT a fan of using weight in the grip to trick a swingweight scale. Doing that adds weight to the TOTAL WEIGHT of the club, making it heavier. And you still have the same weight in the head. So to get rid… Read more »

John Tucci
5 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom,

Thanks, you nailed it. Unfortunately, I like the Jumbo Max Grips. But the standard are way to heavy and their Lite is too light – sub 50 grams. The demo has the Lite grip. Looks like I need to find a different grip. Thank you!!!

John Hanks
5 months ago

Tom, I’ve tried to call and have sent emails but have not received a response. I am looking for a fitter in the Atlanta, GA area to give the EQ1’s a shot. I know Roy Nix is good, but he does not do in person fittings and I won’t buy a set if I can’t demo them. I’ve reached out to all of the fitters listed on this website and only one responded and told me that all he needed was my wrist to floor measurement and that the weights and lies were all different…obviously not a fitter you should… Read more »

Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  John Hanks

JOHN
Even working on a back and forth basis with Roy is FAR FAR FAR better than working face to face with 98% of the other clubmakers. I am serious about that. Give Roy a call and tell him straight that you want to try before you buy and I would think he can work something out for you.
\TOM

Admin
5 months ago

TRENT No, we have always used the same exact shaft in each single length iron. Using different shafts is wrong to me because the goal of a single length set is to make EVERY IRON have the same exact playing and swinging characteristics with the ONLY DIFFERENCE to be the loft change. The whole reason single length even exists is to follow the technical belief that if every iron is identical, then every iron can swing exactly the same way to help the golfer achieve better shot consistency. Changing anything except the loft violates that concept of each iron having… Read more »

Philip Miller
5 months ago

Good morning Tom!
Any update on the availability of the Left Handed version?

Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Philip Miller

Philip
I am sorry but over here in my workshop/office I do not have the latest shipment information. I will have to beg your forgiveness and ask you to email or call Diamond Golf to ask them for this info.
TOM

trent
5 months ago

Hey Tom,

Why did you choose to go with 36.5″ as standard? I currently swing 37″ single length irons and struggle to get the height and distance I was with my 5 iron… I can’t imagine taking another 0.5″ off the shafts…

Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  trent

TRENT from the year single length irons first appeared (1986) until their rebirth in 2016, pretty much every single length set was based on a 6 iron length. The problem with that is a 6 iron length makes the wedges too long for the vast majority of golfers, causing them to hit the wedges too far in relation to what they are used to and what they need. I chose a BASELINE length of an 8 iron because this not only makes the wedges play as they should, but it also offers the golfer a higher level of shot consistency/ability… Read more »

Eugene
6 months ago

Hi,
Looking for a fitter for the eq1-nx irons close to Norfolk (Virginia).
Any advices.
Regards
Eugene

Admin
6 months ago
Reply to  Eugene

Eugene
Thanks very much for your interest, we appreciate that very much. The closest clubmakers to your location would be, 1) Club Rx/Paul/Newport News/clubrxva@gmail.com/757-334-7539; 2) Allegood Golf/David/Virginia Beach/dkallegood@gmail.com/757-717-1042; Give them both a call or email them to ask about services and pricing. All the clubmakers that work with my designs are independent business people so they set and establish all of their own pricing and services. Again, thanks so much and the very best to you in this great game,
TOM

Eugene
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Hi Tom,
Thanks for the fast reply.
I’m doing a pre-investigation for my niece, who lives there.
We both are from the Netherlands and I live in Europe 🙂
I already own some irons and FW’s of the eq1-nx and I really love them.
Eugene

6 months ago

It will not be long now … as you have added the LW to the set (which makes me very happy) I’m going to test and hopefully transfer to the EQ1-NX. My club builder has not yet confirmed that all is in house just yet. I’m going to do a compare on YouTube on my “Metalheads Golf” channel. There will be a little nerdy series around all of this which will be fun to watch. The comparison will be with my current Pinhawk SL (full set from 4 to LW) that I’ve now gamed for over 2.5 years and love… Read more »

Admin
6 months ago
Reply to  Eric

ERIC Thanks so much for your continued interest! Shaft wise, leave that in the hands and judgment of your clubmaker. Ask him if he feels that there could be any apprciable difference from a different shaft, or not. Do keep in mind that when it comes to shafts and especially shafts in irons, once you find a shaft that performs well and with which you have no complaints, the chance of finding a new shaft that would offer a remarkable improvement in performance is very small. Iron shafts tend to be much more important for the contribution of their weight… Read more »

6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Big Thx Tom,
Thank you for the feedback and I’m most likely sticking to what I’ve got then at the moment as I’m very happy with this on.
I will link the vid as there are too few single length special vids out there and even less with the EQ1-NX.
Keep it going strong.
Kr, Eric. ImI

Carlos Paulo
6 months ago

Hi Tom,
I have just purchased a EQ1-NX GW iron head. I have asked the supplier to change the lie from 63 to 64.1 in order to play it at traditional length. Is the correct or are there other changes I need to make to the head?
Much appreciated
Carlos

Admin
6 months ago
Reply to  Carlos Paulo

Carlos Every iron and wedge head in the EQ1 iron set is designed to be 275 grams, so they all can be built to the same length as a standard 8 iron of 36.5″. Of course with the weight bore in the base of the hosel bore, weight can be added so they could be built slightly shorter than an 8 iron length and still be able to achieve a normal range of swingweight. If you try to build the EQ1 GW to a normal industry GW length, which is around 35.5″, you will probably find that the swingweight of… Read more »

Carlos Paulo
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom, I will be using a 125g Hi Rev 2 shaft. What would your suggested hosel bore weight be for this combination? I will be using a std MCC +4 grip. Thanks

Last edited 6 months ago by Carlos Paulo
Admin
6 months ago
Reply to  Carlos Paulo

Carlos I am sorry but it is just not possible to predict exactly what hosel weight you would need. There are so many possible variables to affect this – +/- tolerances of normal manufacturing on the head weight being the major one. You need to invest in a swingweight scale if you do not have one. Then you need to spend some time hitting other wedges that have the same length as what you want to build in this wedge until you find one that has the right balance of head weight feel to your swing tempo and timing. Once… Read more »

Carlos
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom, much appreciated. I do have a comparison wedge and will set about it as you suggest.