Tom Wishon Golf Club Reviews

By Michael Joseph


Tom Wishon Irons 550C (cavity back) and 550M (muscle back): These true forged heads are made from a softer alloy of carbon steel called 1035C and have a lower carbon content. This allows the steel to be forged tighter and improves grain structure. Both feature CNC-machined U-Groove scorelines for greater accuracy. A five-step forging process ensures consistency of shape in each head. Both have a "tour grind" sole that is slightly rounded from front to back. Bright double-chrome-plated mirror finish. Available in right-hand only, 550C (2-PW) and 550M (3-PW). $31.50 per head.


Beautiful head design with classy logo. Thin top line and minimal offset gives the better player visual confidence. The "tour grind" sole makes it easy to rip through the turf. Easy to work the ball in either direction. Solid feel at impact. Responsive feel on mis-hits.


Sounds a little tin-like even on pure shots. Paint in logo and numbers wore off on some clubs rather quickly. The soft forged steel gets nicked up on the other clubs.

Bottom Line

They are the best component club on the market. With the lofts and lies matching, you can blend your set to best suit your game. I highly recommend these clubs to any skilled player looking to customize a set at a reasonable price. You won't be disappointed!

About The Author

Michael Joseph is a golf industry professional in New Jersey. He has worked as a golf professional, instructor, and clubmaker. Joseph's education includes a degree in golf operations management and a certification in club-fitting from The Golf Academy of America (formally the San Diego Golf Academy). Joseph shares his golf experience and knowledge with others by writing articles for Demand Media Studios and

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