Forging Process

Stage One

S25C mild steel iron billets are cut into section and then heated to 1200*c.

Stage Two

The molten billet is then struck with the forging hammer several times at a preset force to create the approximate shape of the head.

Stage Three

The head is then struck again with the hammer to refine the shape both front and back. The head is struck a final time to ensure the face is perfectly flat. The excess metal is then trimmed.

Stage Four

The grooves and model numbers are now pressed into the face. The hosel section is then drilled out of the head. Drilling out the hosel from one block head rather than welding a hosel on gives a stronger and more uniform feel.

Stage Five

The craftsmen then hand grind and polish the heads to the perfect shape and weight. The heads are then given a further polishing in the polishing barrel.

Stage Six

The heads are then past through the chrome plating process. There are numerous types of finish available.

Stage Seven

The heads are then masked and the faces hand sand blasted.

Stage Eight

The final checks are carried by highly specialised craftsman, they check loft and lies, weight and for any imperfection that may have occurred. Only the perfect heads are past through this stage. Finally the paint is added to the model numbers

The final checks are carried by highly specialised craftsman, they check loft and lies, weight and for any imperfection that may have occurred. Only the perfect heads are past through this stage. Finally the paint is added to the model numbers