730CL Description, Specifications & Club Fitting
730CL Driver & Fairway Woods are designed with a thinner face expressly for golfers who normally drive 210 yards or lower to increase ball velocity. Golfers who drive 225 or longer are NOT to use this driver. The 730CL driver is designed with a High Launch loft of 16° to match correctly with distances of 210 yards or less to generate the proper launch angle for maximizing distance.
The 730CL Long and High Fairway woods are 20° and 26° loft respectively, and are perfect lofts for a golfer who normally hits 210 yards or less to use to get the ball up easily off the fairway and generate proper distance in between the two woods.
730CL Hybrid Irons
730CL hybrids are designed with 6° loft increments because golfers who normally hit a #7 Iron 135 yards do not achieve a useable distance difference between clubs made with less of a loft difference. These golfers who sweep the ball off the ground or who have difficulty hitting the ball high enough with conventional irons should opt for the all hybrid irons in the 730CL set.
730CL PW & DW Wedges
A perfect match and complement to the 730CL set for the golfer who hits 135 yard #7 Irons are the PW (48°) and DW (54°). 730CL wedges are designed with a taller heel profile and more level topline slope angle, to better “frame” the ball on all shots. From the sand, the higher heel profile of the DW does help push more sand out behind the ball to assist the slower swinger in getting the ball out of the sand more consistently. DW is a Dual Wedge, designed with the right balance of bounce sole angle for use in the sand or in tall grass around the greens.
2 Different Shafts available in Flexible, Senior/Lite, Regular. We offer complete shaft fitting information for your swing.
Right Hand Only
||Std. Club Length
|20° (Long Fairway)
|26° (High Fairway)
|30° (#5 Hybrid)
|36° (#6/7 Hybrid)
|42° (#8/9 Hybrid)
|48° (Pitching Wedge)
|54° (Sand Wedge)
Stand on flat surface and place your arms in a relaxed position by your sides. Measure from the wrist crease to the floor (as shown in the image).
WRIST TO FLOOR MEASUREMENT FOR INITIAL CLUB LENGTHS
|Wrist to Floor Measurement
|27" - 29"
||- 1 1/2"
|29" - 32"
|32" - 34"
|34" - 36"
||43 1/2" (Standard)
|36" - 37"
|37" - 38"
|38" - 39"
|39" - 40"
|40" - 41"
||+ 1 1/4"
||+ 1 1/4"
Measure Hand (as shown in picture) before selecting the correct grip size
Hands Shoulder Height or Lower
Hands Higher Than Shoulders
Wrist Cock Release Point on Downswing
1. Early Release means the downswing to the ball is started with the hands. Generally done by beginners or higher scoring players who score 90 +.
2. Midway Release means the downswing to the ball is started with some body movement before the hands start to uncock. Generally done by Intermediate Players who score 82 - 89.
3. Late Release means the downswing to the ball is started by weight shift in the legs, followed by the trunk of the body and finally the hands uncocking very near impact with the ball. Always done by advanced players who score 70 - 79.
Lie angle of your clubs is essential. It can affect shots hit with both woods and irons because it will greatly affect the initial direction of your shots. Lie angle is defined as the angle between the shaft and the ground line when the club is measured in normal playing position with the center of the sole touching the ground line.
The lie angle is much more important on irons than on woods due to club length and loft angle of the woods. It can still be of use on the woods in extreme cases.
Below is a chart the gives lie angle based on height and wrist-to-floor measurement. You can use this as a "starting point" when determining the ideal lie angle for you.
To assist our club fitting, email a video of your swing.
1. Using your phone or tablet, have a friend video your swing. Do at least 2 swings with one facing directly at you and the other from behind looking straight down the line of flight.
2. Attach the video to an email and send HERE
3. We will analyze your swing and send our recommendations for club specifications.