Throughout the past decades, technology applied to golf has developed considerably. In the early 90s, the increase in the size of golf drivers and the improvement of the materials allowed clubheads to increase volume to 460cc. In the first decade of this century it was innovations in the necks that allowed players to personalize their clubs to their specific needs. In 2015, Williams is presenting the next biggest innovation in golf, adjusting clubfaces to maximise the rebound effect at impact for various targeted speeds.
The Trip redirects airflow over the crown of the driver to minimize the surface area of the crown that is affected by airflow contact, which is important in the reduction of drag.
The Winglets manage and control the air flowing around the heal and toe section of the driver, creating a more consistent and stable path throughout the downswing and impact.
The Diffuser is a key component in diffusing and controlling the air the flows across the soleplate of the driver, combining with the effectiveness of the Trip, to minimize the wake and density of airflow off the rear of the driver creating a significant reduction in drag.
|Model||Loft(??)||Lie(??)||Head Volume||Length(")||Grip||Grip Size|
|10.5||10.5||59||460cc||44.25||Williams Lomic X-Grip Ladies||600|
|12||12||59||460cc||44.25||Williams Lomic X-Grip Ladies||600|