Two of the easiest-to-hit fairway woods in the golf market.
Both are designed for slower swinging players (those who normally hit less than 160 yards from the tee). The Long Fairway Wood has a 20° loft angle (similar to a 5-Wood) which gets the ball airborne very easily. The High Fairway Wood has a loft angle of 26° making it similar to a 9-Wood. This gets a very nice high, straight flight that is easy for most developing players who have trouble with long shots. They both have smaller head sizes so as not to intimidate golfers of this level.
They are bendable for face angle and lie angle +/- 2° in any direction. This 'Bendable Hosel' is NOT available on any other brand.
Extremely high moment of inertia which results in accurate ball flight.
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.
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: 15-5 Stainless Steel
Face Roll: Graduated Roll Technology
Face Angle: 0° Square (Bendable +/- 2°)
Finish: Burgundy on crown, polished face and sole, burgundy on side skirt
|Loft (Hand Select +/- 1°)||Lie (Bendable +/- 2°)||Length|
Face Angle Fitting
Straight: Requires No Change
Slight Fade: Requires a 1° closed adjustment
Fade: Requires a 2° closed adjustment
Slight Draw: Requires a 1° open adjustment
Draw: Requires a 2° open adjustment
Ball Flight Fitting
1° Higher: Hand Selected for higher flight
1° Lower: Hand Selected for lower flight
Lie Angle Fitting
Select a lie angle (standard, flatter or upright) that comfortably fits the golfers physical stature and his address position. The center of the leading edge of the face should be touching the ground.