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Tom Wishon Golf Driver 919THI and 775HS Hybrid

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I am having my irons bent to a pretty flat lie (i am quite short)...

Now i am wondering about buying Tom Wishon clubs so that my Driver and Hybrid are at a correct lie.

Anyone any experience with Tom Wishon clubs?

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Jul89 good afternoon

A big fan of Wishon despite what the naysayers and ignorant preach. Am playing a Wishon 919THI Driver with 10.25° of loft with a 44.5" Wishon Red Label 65g Stiff shaft. In addition am playing a 20° and 24° Wishon 775HS hybrids with Wishon Blach Hybrid 85g Stiff shafts.

I spent a great deal of time reading his articles and then reading Forums attempting to avoid comments from the uninitiated and those with IQ of pond life. From there I found three club builders from his website in the reasonably close viscidity. Called all three and spoke at length. Ended up getting fitted for the clubs mentioned above. Will be looking to possibly change out my 19° Callaway X2 Hot Fairway wood for the Wishon 950HC set at 16.5° to give just a tad more carry. Irons are Mizuno MP15 custom fit by the same fitter/builder.

His stuff is good and I see little reason to be considering changing anything bar the Fairway wood mentioned above in the foreseeable future. There is just no great advantage despite what the advertising companies working for the large manufacturers will have one believe. My last set of Pings were in the bag for 15 years!!

Hope this helps

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Have had both the driver and hybrid in my bag since, I think, 2011. They are still as good as anything else out there, in my opinion.

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