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"Sean...checked the calibration of all of my G-5 Ping clubs, ensuring that my new 5 wood would complement them perfectly. I also love the Extreme Moment putter"
-- Cheryl Wheeler

Tom Wishon Golf Technology: General Design Elements

All Wishon clubheads except putters have a hosel weight port allowing up to 9 grams of additional weight. This gives all Wishon clubs much greater flexibility both for swingweighting or Moment of Inertia balancing the clubs in a set, and for building to different lengths to suit different golfers� physical needs and abilities. All of this can be achieved without having to resort to external, visible lead tape on the clubs. Some other clubs, notably Maltby�s KE4 screw weight adjustable line of clubs, Toski�s T-6 woods, and most Golfsmith club designs, also have this sort of flexibility, but many others do not. For more information on , please see this topic in

All Wishon Driver and Wood heads, with the exception of the 915HL woods, are designed with a feature called Graduated Roll Technology, or GRT. This means that clubface roll, (the bottom to top curve traditionally built into every wood face), has been greatly reduced or eliminated in order to provide more consistent launch angles. All drivers have roll eliminated below the face centre, but have normal roll above this. Fairway woods have their roll eliminated entirely. Fairway wood faces are flat from leading edge to crown. All clubs still retain normal bulge. To understand why, please read < Bulge and Roll> in .

All Wishon clubs are built within a tolerance of +/- 1 degree of loft, lie and face angle, and +/- 2 grams in weight, the tightest specification tolerances in the golf industry. Wishon takes advantage of these tolerances to hand select heads from stock with specific loft, lie and face angle measurements for specific clubfitting needs. This service creates a much greater range of selection in loft, lie and face angle than would otherwise be possible, and Clubs That Fit uses this service to ensure club specifications exactly match the needs of our clubfitting clients.

Clubs

Based in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Sean Baines is a PCS-certified "Class A" clubmaker and the owner of Clubs That Fit. He is committed to providing quality, game-enhancing clubs and highly personalized service to golfers of all ages and skill levels.