pellmell They look like foundry designs. Is Tom Wishon involved in the design of these heads?
So, let me ask you.... If he was, and nobody really cares one way or the other, my question is pretty easy.
For a company, named after a guy who gave the world the big fat "L" shaped thing inside the head and controlled from somewhere near the sole if I recall correctly. A full out effort to move the center of gravity around the clubhead so it "HELPED" as many golfers as possible....
How do you justify stopping that movement and now ADVERTISING the STORY of the weights and screws????
I guess answering my own question:
PING did the exact same thing with the Ping Zing irons... They stood up on a chair and told the world that the weight HIGH on the toe of the iron is why they played so bad.... Shitty shafts started twisting and bending and the very next year the PING Zing II irons debut. Not so shockingly, there was no more weight high on the toe... But once again, it came with a wonderful damn story behind it, And golfers paid up again. How did they, justify that one???
Just something to think about