Swing Science FC-One Pro Forged Irons with QPQ Black Finish
Player Profile: Well Advanced Golfers who score 74 - 78
This exotic design features advanced CNC milling to better control weight distribution to precise areas where weight is needed which can not be done with a standard forged iron. The result is a players club with great looks and outstanding playability characteristics.
The QPQ Black finish is extremely durable unlike other black finish club heads. The process starts with a standard salt bath nitrocarburizing cycle, which produces a layer of iron nitride. Next, the club head is mechanically polished; typical polishing processes include vibratory finishing, lapping, and centerless grinding. Finally, the club head is re-immersed into the salt quench bath for 20 to 30 minutes, rinsed, and oil dipped. This last step optimizes the corrosion resistance by creating a layer of iron oxide about 3 to 4 micrometers thick. It also gives the club head a black finish.
The FC-One Pro Forged requires a Taper Tip .355 shaft.
Features and Specifications
Right Hand Only
Head Material: 1025 Carbon Steel
CNC Machined Face and Grooves
Std. Length (Graphite): + .5" longer than steel
Finish: Nickel / Chrome or QPQ (Quench / Polish / Quench) Black Finish
|Loft||Lie (Bendable +/- 2°)||Length (Steel)|
Lie Angle Fitting
This fitting is used to hit more accurate iron shots. If a right handed golfer's iron shots normally go to the right, it means that the lie angle is probably too flat and should be made more upright. And if the right hand golfer's iron shots normally go to the left, it means that the lie angle is probably to upright and should be made flatter. If you are unsure about lie angle fitting, use this guide:
|Wrist-to-Floor Measurement||Lie Angle|
|34" - 36"||Standard Lie|
|33" - 34"||1° Flat|
|32" - 33"||2° Flat|
|36" - 37"||1° Upright|
|37" - 38"||2° Upright|