What are the easiest, most forgiving component clubs you have hit: Irons, hybrids, driver (the Wishon 919 THI is the winner for me here by quite some margin), and wedges (even though I'm not sure about this last category)?
I am interested in building clubs to make this game more fun for the average (and maybe less than average) player. So, by easy to play, I'm not talking about clubs like Wishon 560MCs (which I play, BTW). Yes, these are relatively "easy" to hit, but I wouldn't put them up against the 870Ti irons or suggest them to a "struggling" player. I suspect clubs like Maltby's TE Forged and DBM irons fall into the same category: great, forgiving club for the average to better than average player, but I suspect there are easier clubs to hit out there.
(Interestingly, I just received a response to my question about the fate of the 870Ti: apparently they were replaced by the 771CSI, which are "just as long" but have a smaller head. In my mind, that moves away from the player that I'd like to accommodate. I like the forgiveness and the length, but I think the less-skilled player would prefer the larger head.)
If anyone knows anything about the Wishon 730CL and Swing Science FC-One/FC-One Plus irons, I would be particularly interested in hearing about them. They both seem to target the player I am considering, so they are high on my list of clubs to consider. I would also be interested in the forgiveness of Hireko's Prophets CB/MB (I like the fact they provide easy length, but wonder about their forgiveness), Acer XS (which get consistently good reviews), and Warp Speeds (even though they look like they may be on their way out). These latter options may seem a bit at odds with the first two options, but I think this market may be pretty price sensitive, too.
Thanks for any thoughts/information you might have.