The Choice Of Team Honma
Visually similar but with enhanced performance
The new TW737 may have similar aesthetics to the previous series but every club is an entirely new design from the ground up utilizing lots of new features and technology that Honma is confident will take the new Tour World 737 series to new heights.
The Honma TW737 Series comprises 4 new drivers, 2 versions of the fairway and utility woods along with 4 forged cavity back irons, each one utilising Honma's new W-Forging method. Honma developed many dozens of hand carved prototypes then tested it countless times in order to finalize the final product. The entire
Tour World TW737 Series is geared toward the professional, athlete, and serious golfer.
4 new drivers each one with a unique shape, centre of gravity location, face structure, size and performance attributes.
TW737 445 - The 445 is actually a 457cc driver with a pear shape and a shallow CG depth, its core design concepts are high velocity + low spin + anti left bias, allowing golfers to swing at it hard and fast. An internal weighting design caters to the inside out swing path, a new grain flow forged cup face is an industry first with the grain flowing vertically unlike other brands following a conventional horizontal grain flow, this was specifically designed for the 445 model to produce better launch angles, spin, and distance for the athlete player.
TW737 450 - The 450 has the shape and performance favoured by purists and traditionalists. It is made for workability
compared to the 455. The 450’s forged 6-4 Ti cup face goes through a triple heat treatment process that includes press forming and finally a special high density method that creates unparalleled feel and clubface rebound.
TW737 455 - The 455 is all about the straight shot, it eliminates sidespin and features a higher MOI compared to the 445 and 450. The clubhead is a little shallower yet longer heel to toe. The size is 456cc to be exact but the shape appears wider to promote confidence at address. Ball flight trajectory is medium to high and its catered to the better players.
TW737 460 - The 460 is the most forgiving of the 4 drivers, featuring a high trajectory + low spin design with shallower rear. The clubface is made of a rolled Ti5N material for the highest MOI and deepest CG location of the series.
TW737 FW & FWc - The new TW737 series of fairways now include a slightly oversized standard version and a compact "C" model. The main difference is in size and shape, which creates slightly different performance characteristics. The standard model promotes a higher launch and straighter shot while the “C” model is all about workability with a slightly lower trajectory. Both models feature a steel forged cup face with stainless steel body.
TW737 Forged Irons - There are a total of 4 irons in the latest line up, with the VS model now sitting in between the V and the most forgiving P version. The VN/V/VS irons all feature the same amount of offset allowing golfers to make a combo set of irons and also the reason why Honma has evolved the TW737 series of irons into models that play well standalone or as a combo. Honma uses an improved W-Forging method for the irons, and a new and special proprietary blend of S25C material. The resulting feel is a soft sensation while the material itself is stronger especially in the top area of the clubface where it is denser. The purpose of this is to make off centre shots more stable and more forgiving, reducing poor results from a bad shot.
The TW737 P version iron has a little more offset, an undercut cavity, and a softer feeling at impact. Honma wanted to produce a longer and more forgiving iron that had a touch more bulk, it is still a Tour World iron that would still appeal to mid handicappers or professionals.