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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Philip Miller
4 days ago

Any update on when the left handed set will be available to ship?
Thanks!
Philip

Aaron
28 days ago

What about a fitter in Indiana?

Jim
29 days ago

Where is a retailer for the EQ1-NX irons, fairway woods, and hybrids near the Southern Delaware area?

Erik Ugland
1 month ago

Where could I find a retailer in Milwaukee, Wi area?

W. Fenton Costelloe
1 month ago
Reply to  Erik Ugland

I just had Mark do a fitting for me today, he is a consummate professional !!

Jim Baumgart
1 month ago
Reply to  Erik Ugland

I was just fit by Mark Martens of Grayslake, IL. I met him for fittings at Range Time Hwy 20 & I-94 near Racine. He is excellent. 724-747-7805 I had Sterlings custom fit for me a few years ago. Mark is by far a better fitter than my other guy.

Jim

Leon
1 month ago

Any idea where I can buy EQ-1 iron sets around Austin, Texas? Looking for 5-SW

Jerry Howard
1 month ago

Do you have a set of EQ-1 available in left hand?

Kevin
1 month ago

Hi Wishon Golf , I just bought a set of Wishon EQ1 NX heads from the UK to come to me in the Algarve Portugal. I have so far purchased 5 through to SW for now. When they arrive I will get a clubfitter to assemble them. My questions are these as we will not have a guy who has seen one length irons before…. If I build them to say 8 iron Length, 36.75 Graphite shafts roughly how much weight will I need to add to the head inside if I use lightweight midi grips on the irons. My… Read more »

Kev
1 month ago
Reply to  Ash

Thanks Doug, I have found a guy that canhelp me to build the clubs here in the Algarve and I think I will go with 8 iron length after all as my swing speed will handle it ok.

Tai
1 month ago

I just order a set from 4-GW. But now I’m debating to use traditional LW/SW or eq1nx wedges. I mainly worry about gapping issues. 37in wedge vs traditional 35.5in wedges. Anybody have any insight on this or advise how to do your gapping? My SL GW carry 120.

Tai
1 month ago
Reply to  Ash

i didnt order the last 2 high loft wedges because i assume at 37in club and only way it can do less than 100yd is by pop up in the air. vs a standard 35.5in wedge length. also wont short club give you more control with 100yd in ?my goal is just trying to find good gapping from 100yd in. my question is would the 55 degree EQ1 go the same distance as a 55 degree Volkey ?

Tom Summerhays
1 month ago
Reply to  Tai

I’m seeing a 50/50 from my fitting/builds split for the most part on what to do with the wedges. Those that swing their SW/LW the same as the rest of the set, will find the EQ wedges to work just fine. The people that use their highest 2 wedges for the creative shots around the greens may want to stay in their shorter club specs. One thing that has worked for me is to take the partial swing clubs and reduce them an inch – seems to be a sweet spot, if done correctly you can stay with the EQ’s… Read more »

Daryl
1 month ago

I have a very upright swing. Can I get the EQ1-NX same length irons in a 69* lie?

Dylan Kelly
1 month ago

Hi Tom, I recently purchased the EQ-1 NX irons built to 36.5 inches long with true temper S300 shafts. On the course so far I love the SW-8i and have hit them better than any previous variable length irons. An issue I’ve run into on the course is that my 7i, 6i, and 5i seem to carry similar distances and don’t fly high. I don’t know if that is because I instinctively set them up differently and make worse contact (it does feel a bit intimidating holding a 5i at 8i length). My average swing speed with 8i length is… Read more »

Tom Summerhays
1 month ago
Reply to  Dylan Kelly

If I can add… there is an adjustment time for moving to SL. Your 8-pw is fine most likely do to the ball position being the same as an 8. Try working with a ball position a touch forward from where you usually place it in your stance.

Larry Oppenhuizen
1 month ago

Hi Mr. Wishon,

I was looking for your recommendation on a club fitter in or around Michigan to fit single length irons.

Thanks for your time,
Larry

Don
2 months ago

Are the EQ1-NX irons still only for players with higher swing speeds?

Steve Hoard
2 months ago

Tom, I got my EQ1-NX irons and 6 & 5 hybrids last week. It’s been a blast learning how to use them. First night out, I felt like I was swinging the same club. They were made to my standard 7 iron length and I’m really pleased, particularly in striking my wedges (PW,GW,SW). I’m getting a little more distance with the wedges which isn’t a surprise given the slightly longer club length. But all very good. I’m planning on using my EQ1-NX SW for short pitches and most of my chips that aren’t bump and run. I’m already seeing more… Read more »

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Steve I am very pleased to hear the initial play with the new EQ1 single length irons is good! That’s music to my ears! As far as a 60* Lob Wedge, yes we do now have that in the EQ1s and they just did arrive at Diamond Golf’s warehouse this week. What I do not know since I am not involved in day to day operations stuff is how many pre orders they have for the LW vs what quantity arrived in the first shipment. If all these in the first shipment are spoken for, I do know the second… Read more »

Steve Hoard
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, I’ve just spent time trying out my single length sand wedge for short game use. It’s a significant improvement over my previous standard SW club. The more I practice with the new single lengths, the more I appreciate the benefit of one swing motion across my irons, even with the sand wedge. And I think I’ll see similar benefit with a single length LW. Swinging the same club albeit with different lofts is already significantly changing my game. Going single length was right for me. I also picked up a single length 6 EQ1-NX iron tonight to compare/contrast with… Read more »

Rich Douglas
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Hi, Steve. I was an early adopter of the first generation single-length clubs, having now played them for 5 years. I originally included the LW in the set once it became available. But I eventually returned to a traditional LW. Because of the single length, the wedges are struck with a swing on the same plane as the rest of your set. Because they are longer than traditional wedges, you’re hitting them with what amounts to a flatter-than-normal swing plane. Your tolerance for this will be yours to figure out, but here’s my experience. Because the swing plane for the… Read more »

Steve Hoard
1 month ago
Reply to  Rich Douglas

Rich, Thanks for your advice. I appreciate your points and I may experience similar outcomes. But I’ve seen so much benefit with my single lengths so far in improved ball striking, that I want to investigate. That’s why I ordered both a #6 hybrid and #6 single length iron. I really want to understand why a specific club works without having to sift through the impact of varying my swings. It’s worth it to me. I understand your point about specific uses for a LW. I have similar feelings for green side bunkers where I depend on a Cleveland sand… Read more »

Brent W Peterson
2 months ago

Will you make a set up to a 4 iron? Where can a get a custom set

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago

Brent No, I won’t add a 4 iron. Been there, done that with the first generation single length iron model I designed and that one taught us all an important lesson. At our designed single length of 8 iron or 7 iron, a golfer needs to have a clubhead speed with the iron of not less than 85mph to be able to elevate the 20* loft high enough to ensure a full club longer carry distance over the 24* loft #5 iron. Not very many golfers can do that, as we found with the original 4 iron in the Sterling… Read more »

Steve
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, I have also played both sets. The old Sterlings and the new EQ ones. I love the EQ far more than I ever enjoyed the sterling version. However, I kept the forearm from the Sterling set in my bag. I went a little MacGyver on it and added a fair amount of lead tape to the back of the bottom edge. It seems to help me elevate it a little better. I was 218 out on a par five Sunday and flew the 4 iron to the middle of the green. My swing speed with the IV iron at… Read more »

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Rich Douglas
2 months ago

Hi, Brent. Let me chime in as a customer. I played the 1st generation Wishon single-length irons before switching to the EQ1-NX last year. I have sufficient swing speed to hit the 4-iron and carried it in my bag for a long time. But my experience was that it flew too low to be effective as an iron, even with a fast swing. I loved it off the tee for short, narrow drives, but little else. When I switched to the EQ1-NX, I had a set built from 5-iron through SW. But as I played it, I also joined it… Read more »

Kourtney
2 months ago

Hey Tom hope you’re doing well. Any idea when the Lob wedge for the eq1 irons will be available?

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago
Reply to  Kourtney

Kourt Getting ACCURATE and RELIABLE information on ship dates from the factories is so hard these days because of the huge problems that have happened due to increased demand + upheavals at the factories due to the pandemic. We have yet to be able to tell people the answer to questions about the arrival of new models with any level of accuracy. My guess right now is before the end of the year, is about all I can say with any level of certainty. Sorry about that, it has been a time in the industry unlike any other during the… Read more »

Pierre Battaglini
2 months ago

Hi Tom can you tell me please when are planned the irons EQ1 for left-handed.
Thanks

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago

Pierre
Tooling for the LH version of all of the EQ1 models is all done. This week or next week we are to see the final final samples for our inspection and check off. If all is ok and the final approval of the tooling is made, then comes the wait for working through the production schedule to get made. Since we do not know that schedule because the tooling is not yet final approved, my guess would be anytime between perhaps Dec and March. But there most certainly will be a LH version coming.
TOM

Pierre Battaglini
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom for these precidions.
I have to be patient.
Is the sterling model still availlable in the meantime ?
Pierre

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago

Pierre
No, the Sterling iron was discontinued for 2020 so none of those irons have been available for well over a year. Sorry about that.
TOM

Yicheng Wan
2 months ago

Hi Tom, i have bought a set from 6 to P of eq1-nx this summer. I’m new to this game and only started golfing from Oct 2020. This is my 2nd iron set. Previous set was ping 425 with cavity back suggested by coach and i feel this eq1-nx is not as forgiving as cavity back irons (expected). The transient from cavity back to this eq1-nx takes some time and some pains. After couple weeks of practice, it does improve my game a lot and have tons of fun. Big thanks to you! My local fitter, Joe Singapore, suggests me… Read more »

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
2 months ago
Reply to  Yicheng Wan

Wan At 74mph, you may not have enough clubhead speed to get the 24* loft of the #5 iron well up in the air to fly and carry a full club longer than the 6 iron. With all irons, the lower the loft, the higher the clubhead speed must be to achieve the shot height and spin necessary to keep the ball up in the air to maximize carry distance. This is precisely why I am sure Joe recommended the 5 hybrid instead of the 5 iron. Before you try a 5 iron, try to play the 5 hybrid in… Read more »

Yicheng Wan
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

thanks for the quick feedback Tom. It’s amazing feeling that the legend himself reply your message!! I will try your suggestion and practice more with my hybrid. See you in another month or so and i think i can bring you some good news on my hybrid!! big thanks.

Brian Gregory
3 months ago

Good Morning, where in the UK could I purchase a set of EQ1-NX irons please. Thanks.

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Brian Gregory

Brian First we would recommend you head to the FIND A CLUBFITTER search tool on our website. You can find it by going to our homepage at wishongolf.com and looking up at the top for the link for FIND A CLUBFITTER. Once there you can input your address and the clubmakers closest to that location will be displayed with their contact information. Hopefully there will be one or more close enough to you that you would not have to drive too far. If not, I recommend phoning Diamond Golf International, who own and manage my brand from their HQ in… Read more »

Steve Hoard
3 months ago

Hi Tom. I have a question about how swingweight contributes to my downswing path, particularly the role of clubhead weight. I had a fitting session this morning with Ed Ellis. He gave me my first EQ1NX iron, a 7 iron!! It has a Wishon S2S blue shaft that we’d tested a couple weeks ago plus a DriTac LT midsize grip to help with my hand arthritis. Swingweight was D1 ultimately raised to D2 during the session with pieces of lead tape mounted on the hosel. I won’t include all of the superlatives from this session in my note but trust… Read more »

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Steve You are overthinking the reason for increased swingweight offering a change in your shot pattern. A very typical reason for shot inconsistency with any club is when the head feels too light for the golfer’s sense of timing and rhythm in the swing, especially in the transition from back to downswing. Many bad shots come from the player being too quick with the swing or too quick with the transition from back to down. Being too quick can manifest itself in the form of several bad moves – going over the top more, getting the arms/hands in front of… Read more »

Steve Hoard
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom. I’m understanding better now. Really appreciate your thoughts.

Steve

Steve Hoard
2 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, I’ve had about 300+ swings with my new single length 7 iron over the last week. My initial exuberance remains, but I’ve begun to understand more of the reasons I like the club. It’s not just swingweight, although I find that helpful in describing the club, it’s the total clubfitting details. Ed Ellis has done a good job discerning these. Grip, shaft and weight are all dialed in for me. Some of the differences between my new 7 iron and my older irons are subtle but present nonetheless. Yesterday I practiced with my current Mizuno irons 5,6,7,9 and pitching… Read more »

Richard Douglas
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Interesting that you went back and hit your traditional irons. I never did. When I switched to the first generation Wishon single-length in 2016, I never looked back at my traditional irons again. (I’m on the 2nd gen irons now, the EQ1-NX).

Steve Hoard
2 months ago

Understand. I should get my remaining single length irons in the next day or so. I’m really looking forward to that, particularly trying out wedges at single length shaft length. Hybrids and fairway woods will follow soon I hope. The reason I tested my traditional irons recently was to confirm my initial impressions on the benefit of my first Wishon single length club, my new 7 iron. I’d been waiting to try it out for well over 6 months and I was concerned my eagerness might be overstating the benefit. What I learned was that my new 7 iron really… Read more »

Steve Hoard
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Richard, I have another data point related to swingweight which ties back to my comparing/contrasting my new Wishon single length versus my standard Mizuno irons. I had another fitting session last week although it was informal and using my clubfitter’s Wishon driver and my two Callaway Burner drivers. I liked the look of the Wishon driver. It felt good in my hands. But when I hit a few, I tended to slice the ball while switching to my Callaway Burners, I hit straight. What I realized was that my clubfitter’s Wishon driver was a lighter swingweight. Last week we were… Read more »

Rich Douglas
2 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Swing is a funny (and not real) thing. Some players couldn’t care less, while others (like me) are highly sensitive to it. When I had my EQ1-NX set built, I had them at D-1.5 (like my first gen Wishon SL set). But I couldn’t feel the clubhead at the top of the swing–and I like to know it’s there and get a “pause” feeling from it. So I switched to a lighter grip which brought the SW to D-3 and they feel great. I have my driver and mini-driver at D-5, and I’m thinking about taking them to D-7. They… Read more »

Ty
3 months ago

Can these SL irons get 7+ higher lie angle similar to Bryson? Cobra, Edel and all other manufacturer can only do +4 upright.

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Ty

TY
No I am sorry but a 7* change from spec is too much to push the hosel on the EQ1 irons. The body of the EQ1’s are an annealed 431 stainless steel so 3 to 4* is the max that we recommend clubmakers try to bend it. Bryson’s current irons were manufactured that upright, not bent. His original Edel single length irons were a very soft carbon steel so they could be bent that much.
TOM

Kourt
3 months ago
Reply to  Ty

Pretty sure Bryson has actually changed his lie angles down to around 66 degrees in the last year. So only 3-4 degrees upright now. For what it’s worth

DAVID WILLIS PETTENGILL
3 months ago

I’ve seen mention of Gen 1 and Gen 2. Is that in referenced to EQ1-NX?

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago

David
I use the term 1st generation single length to refer to the Sterling irons I designed for release in 2016 which were retired in 2020. 2nd generation is the term I use sometimes when talking about the EQ1-NX irons because it did come after the Sterlings and incorporates what I learned in the design, development, testing and results of the Sterling irons.
TOM

Steve Hoard
3 months ago

Hi Tom, I had another fitting session today with Ed Ellis here in Richmond area. We are working on a full set of single length irons plus a couple hybrids and maybe a couple fairway woods. Today’s session was really good. Today I got a chance to use an EQ1-NX #4 hybrid for the third time. We used two Wishon shafts both giving me a 37″ club length for the hybrid. Previous testing with this clubhead had been with longer shafts. Today I didn’t swing full averaging between 68-70. A month ago with the same club at a 38″ shaft… Read more »

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Steve A “limited test” is 60-70 swings?? Man, I would be on the ground after than many shots I think!! Of course I probably got you by a few decades, I don’t doubt! First off, hitting the hybrid at 38″ vs 37″ would for the vast majority of golfers automatically result in a lower clubhead speed. Average clubhead speed decrease vs length change is on the order of @2mph per inch – could be a little more or less depending on swing characteristics but do not expect to have as high of a clubhead speed with the hybrid at 37″… Read more »

Steve Hoard
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Thanks Tom. Your thoughts make sense to me. I really appreciate the coaching. I’m hoping to have an updated bag by the end of Sept. Right now I’m thinking of single length wedges and irons SW to 6. And a lob wedge fitted as close to the EQ1 NX specs as Ed Ellis and I can get. Then 4-5 clubs for longer hits involving EQ1 NX hybrids and fairway woods. Going to be careful gapping these. Your coaching is helping me give Ed better feedback. The more I understand the physics of the club, the better I can give him… Read more »

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Steve Thanks for the added info. Best wishes to you as you continue to work on it toward getting your perfect set of clubs! Yes, no question, my short time with Harvey before he passed away in 1995 was a genuine pleasure. I truly was honored to know that he considered me one of his good friends. I still remember so fondly when I was aware that he had come into the building and I could hear him tell his assistant, “now get me over to Tom’s desk right away because I really need to tell him something.” Plus the… Read more »

Steve Hoard
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

It’s nice when life gives you a special relationship particularly in a shared passion. I feel that way about my golf instructor. He has opened the door to this wonderful game and never once in 6+ years has shown frustration or lack of patience with me as I struggle to apply his lessons. He’s a good friend. Know you must have enjoyed Harvey and from what you’ve said, he enjoyed your company too. Really nice.

Steve

Rich Douglas
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Hoard

Another perspective on swing weight and feel. The best swing weight for you can change from set to set. For example, my previous generation Wishon single-length clubs were at D1 swing weight. So, when I switched to the EQ1-NX, I had them built to D1.5. I figured I might need a slightly heavier swing weight because I was switching to graphite shafts and losing about 26g in static weight. Well, D1.5 is what I got, but they felt way too light during the swing. Fortunately, I was able to shed about 10g of weight by going to a lighter grip,… Read more »

Steve Hoard
3 months ago
Reply to  Rich Douglas

Thanks for your perspectives Rich. I’ll keep your advice about heavier swing weight in mind when we fit my wedges. I’ve been so eager to get my hands on my new clubs, started the journey for them last Oct 2020, that I have tended to want to fast forward. But realizing that to realize the most benefit, I need to pace these next steps. My local fitter Ed Ellis is taking that approach and I’m coming to the point of accepting it is the right one. Reading this note tonight I can see how a slightly heavier swing weight on… Read more »

Bob Schofield
3 months ago

Hi Tom,

I am planning for a build of your EQ1-NX irons 5-GW+4H. Do you recommend mixing of shafts? My thought was to go with the S2S Black in the 4H-6I and Red in the 7I-GW. I tend to have trouble getting the low irons up, hence thinking the black shaft might help. My swing characteristics are more like the red though.
Thanks, Bob

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Bob Schofield

BOB The ability of a shaft to increase shot height to a point of being noticeably higher is highly overblown and exaggerated in the marketing of golf clubs. First of all, for a shaft to even have any effect on shot height, the player hitting the shaft has to have a late to very late unhinging of the wrist-cock angle coming into impact. As the release occurs earlier than late, the shaft’s ability to bend forward at impact to increase dynamic loft on the head to generate the higher flight is greatly diminished. Higher than average clubhead speed WITH the… Read more »

Robert Schofield
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Tom, Thanks for such a thorough and enlightening reply. First, I am a novice golfer, but quite a strong and athletic guy. Thus far I have only measured my driver swing speed, which is 105-108mph. I do not attach any ego to clubhead speed or distance, but I do find that when I deliberately try to slow it down and swing more smoothly, that I struggle with a terrible slice. When I swing more “freely”, it is reliably straight. And yes, I also tend to have a downward attack with hands forward, de-lofting the club. I currently play a set… Read more »

Rich Douglas
3 months ago

“Swing slowly” and “slow your swing” are two different ideas. It’s easy to think you’re swinging more slowly when, in fact, you’re decelerating the swing. This can cause all kinds of problems in terms of accuracy. Think of a car on a wet road and you slam on the brakes. Instead of swinging fast or slow, or hard or soft, or whatever, I’d work on swinging freely. This allows the angular momentum of the swing to return the clubhead to the ball accurately and with good pace. The visual I employ is to swing like my arms were ropes, not… Read more »

Brad Ferrini
4 months ago

Tom on the new EQ1-NX for tipping the shaft are they being tipped to a 8 iron and 8 iron length or is it to a 7 iron tipping. If I have a woman who is 5ft 4in will this work for her or is she to short for the length I’m setting this at. How short and how long can these be set at.

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Brad Ferrini

BRAD If you decide to fit the single length to an 8 iron length, you tip trim ALL the shafts as per the shaft’s tipping instructions for an 8 iron. If the determined length is a 7 iron length, then you tip as per the 7 iron tipping instructions. The main thing that can limit the length of the irons is the ability to get enough weight into the head to achieve whatever swingweight you need for the golfer. However, because most women would tend to be better off fit to lower swingweights, that helps a lot. We’ve had clubmakers… Read more »

4 months ago

Hi Tom, … I’ve not seen just yet an actual update on the Lob Wedge that was more or less mentioned by you in one of your reactions down below that that would come up.
I’ve found a Wishon builder … and would love to switch from my Pinhawk SL to the EQ1-NX but will not do that if the set is not complemented with the lob wedge.
Hope you can shed some light in that.
Thx, Eric.

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Tom Wishon (@tom)
3 months ago
Reply to  Eric Westrus

ERIC In my position as a consultant doing the design work in my semi retired mode of work I do not see the shipment details or what is due to arrive when. I do know it should not be too long before the EQ1 LW heads get shipped but I really can’t give you a more definite WHEN. I recommend you contact Diamond Golf and ask them for an update on that because by now they should have some more information on when that first shipment of the LW heads is due to be sent from the factory. Sorry I… Read more »

3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Wishon

Hi Tom,
Thx for the reply on this and I will pop a msg to Diamond Golf.
Fingers crossed it will be clear … and soon.
Grtz and stay metal, … although I prefer graphite … LOL …, Eric.

Scott Blencowe
2 months ago
Reply to  Eric Westrus

Hi Eric,
Did you get any follow up from Diamond Golf? Cheers.