Wishon Di595 Driving Iron

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Measure Wrist Crease-to-Floor (Club Length):
Your Height:
Wrist Crease to End of Longest Finger (Grip Size):
Desired Ball Flight:
Lie Angle:
Shafts (Match to Your Distance and Swing Type Below):
Grips:

Shafts

S2S White Graphite
S2S White (73 gram - 78 gram; Torque 3.8° - 3.5°; .335 Tip Diameter)
Backswing Length: Hands shoulder height or Lower OR Hands higher than shoulders
Downswing Force: Average, with some force and energy
Wrist Cock Release Point on Downswing: Midway
Average 7-Iron Distance in the Air:
100 - 120 yards, Senior (A)
120 - 135 yards, Regular (R)
135 - 150 yards, Firm (S)

S2S Black 85 Graphite
S2S Black (Wgt. 95 gram - 100 gram; Torque 3.2° - 3.0°; .335 Tip Diameter)
Backswing Length: Hands shoulder height or lower
Downswing Force: Fast, aggressive and forceful
Wrist Cock Release Point on Downswing: Midway to Late
Average 7-Iron Distance in the Air:
125 - 140 yards, Regular (R)
140 - 155 yards, Firm (S)

S2S Red
S2S Red (Wgt. 80 gram - 83 gram; Torque 3.6°; .335 Tip Diameter)
Backswing Length: Hands higher than shoulders
Downswing Force: Fast, aggressive and forceful
Wrist Cock Release on Downswing: Late to Very Late
Average 7-Iron Distance in the Air:
145 - 160 yards, Regular (R)
160 - 175 yards, Firm (S)



Grips

Karma Velour
Karma Velour
Qualities: Medium Feel, Tacky, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75"), Midsize (7.75" - 8.75")

Star Grip Sidewinder
Star Grip Sidewinder (Made in USA)
Qualities: Medium Feel, Tacky, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75"), Midsize (7.75" - 8.75")

Star Grip Wrap
Star Grip Classic Wrap (Made in USA)
Qualities: Soft, Very Tacky
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75"), Midsize (7.75" -8.75")

Wishon V-Series
Wishon V-Series Classic (Made in China)
Qualities: Medium Feel, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75"), Midsize (7.75" - 8.75") , Undersize (5.75" - 6.5")

Pure Grips Wrap
PURE Wrap (Made in USA)
Qualities: Soft, Very Tacky
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25"), Oversize (9.25+")

Pure Grips DTX
PURE DTX (Made in USA)
Qualities: Firm Feel, Maximum Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25")

Pure Grips Pro Velvet
PURE Pro (Made in USA)
Qualities: Medium, Tacky, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Undersize (6.5" - 7"), Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25")

PURE Combo
PURE Combo Reduced Taper (Made in USA)
Qualities: Reduced Taper Grip (larger in lower hand, Firm Upper Hand, Tacky, Excellent Traction
Grip Size (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75")

Lamkin Sonar
Lamkin Sonar Reduced Taper (Made in China)
Qualities: Soft feel, Ultra Tacky, Reduced Taper (larger in lower hand)
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 7.75"), Midsize (7.75" - 8.25")

Lamkin Crossline
Lamkin Crossline (Made in Mexico)
Qualities: Medium Feel, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Undersize (6.5" - 7"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25"), Oversize (9.25+")

Golf Pride Tour Wrap
Golf Pride Tour Wrap (Made in Thailand)
Qualities: Soft Feel, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Undersize (6.5" - 7"), Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25"), Oversize (9.25+")

CP2 Tour
Golf Pride CP2 Pro Reduced Taper (Made in Thailand)
Qualities: Medium Feel, Reduced Taper (larger in lower hand)
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25")

Golf Pride Tour Velvet
Golf Pride Tour Velvet (Made in Thailand)
Qualities: Medium Feel, Good Traction
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25"), Oversize (9.25+")

CP2 Wrap
Golf Pride CP2 Wrap Reduced Taper (Made in Thailand)
Qualities: Very Soft Feel, Reduced Taper (larger in lower hand)
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25")

Golf Pride New Decade
Golf Pride New Decade
Qualities: Firm Feel in upper hand, Medium Feel in lower hand
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25")

Winn Dri-Tac
Winn Dri-Tac (Made in China)
Qualities: Cushioned, comfortable feel with exceptional tacky non-slip performance
Grip Sizes (Hand Size): Undersize (6.5" - 7"), Standard (7" - 8.25"), Midsize (8.25" - 9.25"), Oversize (9.25+")

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Di595 Driving Iron Description, Specifications & Club Fitting

Di595, a pure driving iron for use on tight par-4 and par-5 holes or as a hybrid alternative for golfers who prefer the look and shape of an iron.

It is manufactured from thin, high strength steel with a high COR face design for higher ball speed and smash factor producing more distance with control. It is designed to be fit and played with any of the S2S graphite hybrid shafts to combine with the low and rear located CG for full carry shot trajectory.

The extremely lower center of gravity of the wider sole is key to a higher launch and flight.


Shaft selection is much easier at Condor Golf than any other online site. We offer more information on selecting the correct shaft for your swing.


Bendable lie angle: +/- 2° upright or flat
Play: Right Hand Only
Head Material: 431 Stainless Steel
Face Material: C455 HSS



Specifications

Loft Lie Club Length
18° #2 57° 40"


Club Fitting


Club Length

Measuring for Club Length 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

2-Iron Length (Steel Shaft)

27" - 29" - 1 1/2"
29" - 32" - 1"
32" - 34" - 1/2"
34" - 36" 40" (Standard)
36" - 37" + 1/4"
37" - 38" + 1/2"
38" - 39" +3/4"
39" - 40" + 1"
40" - 41" + 1 1/4"
41"+ + 1 1/4"


Shaft Flex

Normal 7-Iron Distance

How Far Do Golfers Really Hit a 7-Iron

Male amateurs who play to a 30 handicap average 7-iron shots of 115 yards; those who play to a 20 handicap average 130 yards; those who play to 10 handicap average 145 yards; scratch amateurs average 160 yards; Tour professionals average 180 yards. So, be realistic.



Backswing Length

Backswing Length

Hands Shoulder Height or Lower

Backswing Length

Hands Higher Than Shoulders



Wrist Cock Release Point on Downswing

Tom Wishon shows Wrist Release 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.



Grip Size

Hand Size

Measure Hand (as shown in picture) before selecting the correct grip size



Lie Angle

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 wrist-to-floor measurement. You can use this as a "starting point" when determining the ideal lie angle for you.

Height 4' 10” - 5' 6” 5' 6” - 6' 2” 6' 2” - 6' 7”
       
Wrist-to-Floor Measurement      
40"   3° Upright 3° Upright
39" 3° Upright 3° Upright 2° Upright
38" 2° Upright 2° Upright 2° Upright
37" 2° Upright 2° Upright 1° Upright
36" 1° Upright 1° Upright Standard
35" Standard Standard Standard
34" Standard Standard Standard
33" Standard Standard Standard
32" Standard 1° Flat 1° Flat
31" 1° Flat 2° Flat 2° Flat
30" 2° Flat 2° Flat 3° Flat
29" 3° Flat 3° Flat  

There is also an easy way to measure if your lie angle is correct on your irons. All you need is a Sharpie Permanent Marker. Draw a straight line on the back of the golf ball, and have it facing the clubhead. After you make impact the line will appear on the face. If it’s pointing towards the toe, then your club is too upright. If it’s pointing towards the heel, then it’s too flat. If the line is perpendicular to the grooves on the face, then your lie angle is correct.



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.

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