Player Profile: All Golfers who score 74 or higher wanting a classic shape hybrid instead of long irons
318RS Hybrids have increased body weight at the rear of the head which 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. The Face Progression is between an iron and fairway wood to enable golfers to play it with the same ball position and swing motion as an iron of the same loft.
Graduated Roll Technology - a unique vertical face design that produces the same loft angle up and down the face. GRT face design delivers a far more consistent launch angle over the entire club face for much more consistent distance and flight for every skill level.
Most accurate club head specifications in the entire golf industry
Best golf shafts (Wishon S2S) in the industry for quality and playability. This shaft has a .335 tip diameter that gets the ball airborne with a superior trajectory.
Loft angle can be ordered +/- 1° from standard loft angles.
Face angle and lie angle bendable +/- 2° in any direction (NOT available on any other brand).
Extremely high moment of inertia which results in accurate ball flight.
Wishon S2S Steel and S2S Graphite shafts are the finest quality shafts in the world. Unlike other golf shafts, the S2S shafts use Swing Speed, Downswing Transition, Downswing Tempo, Wrist Cock Release Point and Golfers Strength. The Bend Profile is measured at 7 distinct points on the shaft for an absolutely precision fit. No other shaft company or OEM provides this information to the consumer.
Features and Specifications
Right Hand Only
Head Material: Investment Cast 431 Stainless Steel
Face Roll: Graduated Roll Technology
Face Angle: 0° (Bendable +/- 2°)
Finish: Black on crown, sole and face; Red on side skirt
|Loft (Hand Select +/- 1°)||Lie (Bendable +/- 2°)||Length|
Lie Angle Fitting
This fitting is used to hit more accurate iron shots. If a right handed golfer's iron shots go to the right, the lie angle should be more upright. If right hand golfer's iron shots go to the left, the lie angle should be flatter.