Honma Beres Fairway Wood for men

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Honma Beres Fairway Wood - now available

You can now order the new Honma Beres from us - by email, phone or the contact form. Please let us know your desired configuration or ask for our recommendation. You will then receive an offer from us by email or with a link to complete your order. This way we can make sure that you get exactly the clubs you need and can tell you the delivery time.

Please order by email: info@exactgolf.com or phone: +49 8031 7986088 or by the following contact form:

The predecessors were called IS-05, IS-06, S-06, etc., respectively. Honma has now given up this numbering and rating. The new Honma Beres are only called Beres and they are available in different stars and shafts. With the shafts the weight varies so that one can deal very well with the individual player. The best thing to do is let us advise you.

Honma Beres Fairway Wood 2020: The S-06 successor

Anyone who has already been convinced of the quality of the Honma Beres irons and possibly already has the right driver in their bag will have no choice but to use this fairway wood. As with all other Beres clubs, Honma makes no compromises. The interaction between shaft and head fits perfectly. Here you can be sure that your fairway wood has exactly the specifications you want.

Compared to its predecessor, the fairway wood has also changed somewhat. The clubface was provided with the Honma logo which makes a very high-quality impression. And both the offset and the face position favour a draw so much that a slice is hardly possible. At least in our tests we could only rarely miss the target on the right. The inclined Beres player, who normally has to fight against a slice, should particularly like this special feature.

What makes this wood so unique is the quality of the shafts. With a fairway wood you either hit from the tee or try to attack the green from the fairway or semi-rough. In both cases you swing the club at relatively high speed. This is a special challenge for every club, as this speed can cause it to bend particularly strongly - the shaft to be precise. A bad shaft then tends to twist and move in directions that have a negative effect on the ball flight. The ball does not fly where it should. This effect is minimized with the shafts used in the Beres fairway wood. Even the 2-star shaft is much better than the shafts used by the competition. If even more stars are chosen, the quality is noticeably better.

The Honma Beres Fairway wood is available in different lofts: 15°, 18° and 21°. The shaft options depend on the selected stars. The 2* version is available with the ArmRQ 7x in 47g. With 3* and more, 42g and 47g are available.

Buying the Beres fairway wood online

Anyone who wants to buy fairway woods on the Internet today has a few important things to consider. Of course you should be relatively sure to make the right choice, otherwise you won't enjoy it in the long run. However, the Beres range from Honma is unique in a way. Because it's perfect for a certain segment of players. And if you're in that segment, there's little you can do wrong with your choices. But one after the other:

Choice of loft

As far as the loft is concerned, the Beres fairway wood is the absolute standard with 15, 18 and 21° loft. Here it is mainly a question of what your iron set looks like and how you want to close the gap between your longest iron and the driver. In regards to loft, Honma leaves little to be desired with the Beres fairway wood. It doesn't make sense for players of this class to choose a wood with less than 15 or more than 21 degrees. We will be happy to advise you in this respect and help you choose the right loft.

2, 3, 4 or 5 stars?

The famous Honma stars are not meant to be any status symbol. Of course, it's kind of a status symbol when you spend almost 4,000 Euros on one golf club, but that's not how it's meant. The number reflects the quality of the shaft. Because the higher the number, the lower the torque. These are, so to speak, the unwanted distortions in the shaft. And Honma manages to build shafts that are particularly light and soft and yet have little torque. But even the 2 star shaft is extremely good in quality. Only rarely is an upgrade useful here, even if we give you every opportunity to do so of course.

Grip and grip strength

The standard grip doesn't sound very intoxicating, but it brings everything that makes a good grip. Here it is not really necessary to choose a different grip unless you have a preference for a particular grip or want to tune it with the rest of the clubs.

As far as the grip strength is concerned, one should orientate oneself on the length of the fingers. For short fingers a regular grip is absolutely sufficient. However, if you prefer thicker grips, you should always order 1 additional tape. Only in exceptional cases, such as very long fingers or a preference for very thick grips, Midsize is a real alternative.

If you have any questions on any subject or if you are unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us. Whether by email, live chat or phone.

Honma Beres Fairway Wood Data

3W 5W 7W
Swing weight R-Flex D-0
D-0
D-0
Swing weight SR-Flex
D-1
D-1
D-1
Swing weight S-Flex D-1
D-1
D-1
Face progression in mm 16.5 17.5 18.5
Shaft length in mm 1087 1075 1062

About Honma

Honma is a traditional company from Japan that stands out from the crowd. Even though many attempts have been made to copy the successful manufacturer from Sakata nobody has succeeded so far and will probably never succeed. This is because what makes Honma so unique is deeply anchored in the company's philosophy. Characteristics like uniqueness, precision, highest quality of all produced clubs and performance are not so easy to copy.

Honma was also the first manufacturer to introduce a so-called "star system". This means that there are differences within a series of clubs. This is not only a way to "feel better" than players who play a club with fewer stars, but it has a real justification. The number of stars indicates how high the twists in the shaft are during the stroke. You can imagine that when a shaft is swung, it naturally moves in different directions. The more pronounced this behavior is, the greater the dispersion. This has to be minimized, which is not so easy with shafts that are supposed to be soft. And no other company can do this as perfect as Honma. You can therefore offer a shaft that is not only soft and easy to play, but has little "torque". The more stars, the less torque. The 2-star quality is already so much better than shafts from other manufacturers, but 4 or 5 stars are even a bit better.

The differences with the stars are not only in the shaft, but also in the club heads. The higher the number of stars, the more noble metals are used. This is mainly about the quantity and purity of gold. This is also something that makes Honma unique and it is probably the only manufacturer worldwide that can do this or players are willing to pay an extra price for it. A Honma club is a special, handcrafted and unique part of golf history.

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