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Williams Sports Mens Gold Series FW32 Qualifier Irons 4-PW, SW

Williams Sports Mens Gold Series FW32 Qualifier Irons 4-PW, SW

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Reg. Price:$3,999.00
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Overview The Qualifier iron series also feature design elements that originated from the Williams team of engineers. This iron is constructed from a material similar to Iconel, 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. This iron also incorporates Densimet into its weighting system, used to maximize perimeter and performance weighting capabilities. This iron features either the Nippon 950 steel shaft and the Fujikura flow weighted graphite shaft. The Qualifier Series was designed with all levels of golfers in mind.

The Gold Series from Williams Sports will target the golfer that is looking for something outside the traditional realm of golf club styling. This series will share the same technological and aerodynamic advancements that are the core foundation of the entire Williams Sports line. The Gold Series will separate itself from the other series by modifications to the cosmetics and finish of each product. The most noticeable and recognized difference will the exquisite 24 karat gold plating on all exposed metal surfaces. To compliment this finish, we have chosen a rich metallic color to bring out the luster of the gold plating. The Gold Series will be the perfect choice for the golfer that is looking for the combination of luxurious styling in a ultra-high performance product designed to perform at the high level.

Technology The Qualifier iron series also feature design elements that originated from the Williams team of engineers. This iron is constructed from a material similar to Iconel, 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. This iron also incorporates Densimet into its weighting system, used to maximize perimeter and performance weighting capabilities. This iron features either the Nippon 950 steel shaft and the Fujikura flow weighted graphite shaft. The Qualifier Series was designed with all levels of golfers in mind.

DENSIMET Densimet is a unique metal that is new to the golf industry and a by product of the Williams F1 technology. Densimet is the second heaviest metal in the world and is used in the FW32 race car to bring the car up to the minimum race weight, while also being used to provide additional traction based on the drivers style of driving. Traditionally golf manufacturers have used Tungsten for weighting, but the Williams Sports entire product line will utilize Densimet for its weighting purposes pushing the limits of technology used in our equipment. This advance in material allows Williams Sports to maximize design capabilities enhanced the by the reduced volume needed for Densimet usage instead of Tungsten or other materials. This is just another way that Williams Sports is bringing F1 technology to golf.

INCONEL Inconel is a nickel based material that is used by the Williams F1 team of engineers in their production of exhaust parts for the FW32 race car. Inconel is effective because of its ability to withstand extreme temperatures while maintaining its structural integrity. The key benefit that steams from this material is the fact it has a higher tensile strength than stainless steel, but due to its nickel base provides for a softer feel. This material is typically used in a machine or forging application which works well for golf equipment. All of these key attributes combined provide the reasoning for Williams Sports use of Inconel as its baseline material for the entire Qualifier series of irons.


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