Williams Golf Qualifier Gold Series Iron Set 2016 Right 4-PW Fujikura WSF Graphite Stiff Regular – Irons are the most common type of club; a standard set of 14 golf clubs will usually contain between 7 and 11 irons, including wedges.
Williams Golf Qualifier Gold Series Iron Set The Gold series was designed to specifically meet the performance demands of the Asian golfer. This series will share the same material and aerodynamic advancements that are the core foundation of Williams. It will also feature the innovative WSF in its unique and ultra-light weight shaft (built to Japanese specs). The Gold Series most noticeable and recognized feature is the exquisite gold accenting on all exposed metal surfaces. The Gold series represents the perfect combination of technology and lifestyle for the most luxurious golfers. The Qualifier iron series also feature design elements that originated from the Williams team of engineers. This iron is constructed from a material similar the one which is used in the exhaust systems of the Williams race cars. This material has a molecular structure that provides for exceptional strength and durability, which increase the longevity and durability to golfer, without compromising feel. The Qualifier Series was designed with all levels of golfers in mind.
An iron is a type of club used in the sport of golf to propel the ball towards the hole. Irons typically have shorter shafts and smaller clubheads than woods, the head is made of solid iron or steel, and the head’s primary feature is a large, flat, angled face, usually scored with grooves. Irons are used in a wide variety of situations, typically from the teeing ground on shorter holes, from the fairway or roughas the player approaches the green, and to extract the ball from hazards, such as bunkers or even shallow water hazards.
Irons are the most common type of club; a standard set of 14 golf clubs will usually contain between 7 and 11 irons, including wedges. Irons are customarily differentiated by a number from 1 to 10 (most commonly 3 to 9) that indicates the relative angle of loft on the clubface, although a set of irons will also vary in clubhead size, shaft length, and hence lie angle as the loft (and number) increase. Irons with higher loft than the numbered irons are called wedges, which are typically marked with a letter indicating their name, and are used for a variety of “utility” shots requiring short distances or high launch angles.