Custom Fit Clubs
Customise your grip, flex, length, loft, lie and more...
Men's Golf Clubs (RIGHT HAND)
MEN'S GOLF CLUBS (LEFT HAND)
Ladies Golf Clubs
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custom fit clubs
The precision and feel of Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forged HD process suits the manufacture of wedges like no other. Perfected for over 50 years at one factory in Hiroshima, Japan - Mizuno’s forging expertise is revered for its consistency of manufacture, distance control and incredible feedback. A reputation most commonly associated with Mizuno irons – but with even more payback in the wedges where touch and feel are most critical.
Maintain backspin in wet conditions
New HYDROFLOW MICRO GROOVES for 2019 are vertically etched to release moisture and maintain spin in damp conditions.
Weight placed high, discreetly within a tapered blade for increased spin and vertical stability from off centre strikes.
After Grain Flow Forging every head is mechanically milled to the highest possible tolerances – ensuring a perfectly flat face and consistent spin.
Precise CNC milled grooves
Born infused 1025 billets are more durable for longer lasting grooves and spin you can trust. T20's higher lofted wedges carry a wider shallower groove for the partial shots played around the green. Alternatively, our lower lofted options have the deeper, narrower groove more suited to full shots. All precision milled for predictable, consistent spin.
Classic Teardrop Flow
Profile flows from a defined teardrop 46 degree pitching wedge for full shots, through to a more rounded 60 degree for versatility around the green.
Loft specific Design
STD BEVEL, Subtle M Grind and Aggressive C Grind options.
Please note that custom fit clubs are custom made to your specifications, so please allow 7-10 working days for delivery.
Halpenny Golf currently serve over 125,000 returning customers and we pride ourselves in working to exacting international quality management standards. Our staff have a passion for Golf. With a PGA Professional in every store our customers can be sure that they get the best and most suitable advice for their every golfing need. We try harder to please, so buy with confidence at Halpenny Golf, the trusted Professionals.
As these are made to order products please allow 12-15 days from the date you place your order for your clubs to be dispatched
Please note: Custom Fit Clubs are personalised products and are exempt from our 30 Day change of mind policy.
Custom Fit Club orders may only be returned or exchanged if the goods arrive damaged, become defective or the order was incorrect.
The manufacturers guarantee may differ by product and does not cover accidental damage or normal wear and tear.
This option allows you to choose which shafts you would like to have. There are a number of shaft choices available to meet the different needs of golfers. If there is a particular shaft you require which is not listed please e-mail us to ensure it's availability and compatibility with these wedges.
Dynamic Gold available in Wedge Flex, R300, S300, X100
KBS C-Taper Lite available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Dynamic Gold 105 available in R300, S300
Dynamic Gold 120 available in S300, X100
AMT Tour White available in R300, S300, X100
Recoil 95 available in Regular, Stiff
Nippon Modus 105 available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Nippon Modus 120 available in Stiff, X-Stiff
Project X LZ Steel available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5
KBS Tour 90 available in Regular, Stiff
KBS $ Taper available in Stiff, X-Stiff
True Temper XP 95 available in R300, S300
Nippon NS Pro 950GH available in Regular, Stiff
KBS Hi-Rev available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS C-Taper available in Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS Tour available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Project X available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5
Dynamic Gold Tour Issue available in S400, X100
Recoil ESX available in Ladies Lite, Lite, A Flex, Regular
Lie angle is the angle between the bottom, or sole, of the golf club and the shaft. Having the proper lie angle is critical if you want the opportunity to make accurate golf shots. The purpose in adjusting the golf club's lie angle is to ensure that the club is resting squarly on its sole when you are addressing your shot. This will help get your swing on the right plane and keep the clubface square at impact. A lie angle that is too upright will cause the heel of the club to hit the ground first, which will close the clubface and produce a pull or hook. A lie angle that is too flat causes the toe to hit the ground first, opening the clubface, which will result in a push or slice.