The Genesis Flight Control iron is truly unique design. The interchangeable weighting system allows for customization for both swingweighting and for shot shaping. As shipped, a 10g screw is installed in the toe port and a 3.5g screw is installed in the heel port to offset the weight of the hosel to make a very stable, balanced design. Additional screws can be purchased to allow for heavier or lighter head weights. Wide, asymmetric sole allows the club to slide through virtually any course condition especially the wedges where the face can be left open and not create excessive bounce.
Questions on Dynacraft Genesis Iron - Clubhead
- From JA at 7/10/13 8:47 AM
- Are the grooves conforming?
- These were made long prior to Jan 1, 2010 when the groove rule was conjured up. So the answer will be yes or no depending upon what set of rules you play under. They would not if playing under the Condition of Competition. Yes, for amateurs as they would have been grandfathered in.
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|Model #||Hand||Club||Loft||Lie||Weight||Offset||Bounce||Std Clublength||Hosel ID||UPC|
|I30891-003||RH||#3||19°||59 d||242||6 mm||1 d||39 in||0.370"|
|I30891-004||RH||#4||22°||60 d||249||5.5 mm||1 d||38.5 in||0.370"|
|I30891-005||RH||#5||25°||61 d||256||5 mm||1 d||38 in||0.370"|
|I30891-006||RH||#6||28°||62 d||263||4.5 mm||1 d||37.5 in||0.370"|