Honma Golf TW757 Driver

Honma Golf has launched the new TW757 Driver featuring patent-pending carbon slot that optimizes the performance from the lower half of the clubface that retails for about $700.

ORLANDO, Florida – Honma Golf has announced two new TW757 drivers, the D, and the S, making use of a unique sole slot made with titanium reinforced using carbon fiber plus a non-rotational hosel sleeve to maintain shaft spine position.


Carbon fiber reinforced sole slot

Internal ribs in carbon fiber crown

Two sole weights stock 9- & 3-grams

Adjustable hosel loft +/- 1.0°

Adjustable face angle +/- 1.5°

Stock shaft: Honma Vizard 757

Available for pre-order $719


Game improvement category

460cc clubhead

Two sole weights–rear towards heel & toe


Better player category

450cc clubhead

Two sole weights—front & back

Price: $719

Both the TW757 D and TW757 S have Honma’s Keel Sole that lowers the head’s center of gravity while increasing the resistance to twisting but the more unique feature of these two new drivers is the hosel adjustment sleeve.

Called the P-Sat Adjustment System it allows both the loft and face angle to be changed without altering the shaft orientation. This means the shaft spine remains its original alignment while obtaining the most efficient ball trajectory.

The D model has a definite draw bias due to the rear 9 gram sole weight being closer to the heel while the S model’s front and back sole weights have the heavier 9 gram weight in the front and lighter 3 gram weight in the rear to increase the tendency for a flatter, lower spin flight.

Optional sole weights (6-,12-, 15-grams) are available.

In both models the crown is reinforced by internal ribs to stiffen it and improve energy being transmitted to the variable thickness face.


Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando. His email address is GolfScribe@outlook.com.

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