Woods Manufacturing process

Process 1 Production of a master model

Wood mold production

A beautifully refined face that feels comfortable simply by slipping it into your hands

The production of Honma clubs that appeal to the sensibility of people in a way that cannot be expressed simply on the basis of scientific data starts with the whittling, by a designer, of a wood mold that will serve as a master model.

Process 2 Production of a master model

3D scanner

A beautifully refined face that feels comfortable simply by slipping it into your hands

The production of Honma clubs that appeal to the sensibility of people in a way that cannot be expressed simply on the basis of scientific data starts with the whittling, by a designer, of a wood mold that will serve as a master model.

Process 3 X-ray inspection

Even small flaws cannot escape detection by seasoned artisans

Before they are polished, titanium heads are individually subject to internal inspections through the use of an x-ray device. Even flaws that do not appear on the surface cannot escape detection by seasoned artisans.

Process 4 Wood heads abrasion

A world in which distances of 1/100 of a millimeter can make all the difference

Heads are polished in a world in which distances of 1/100 of a millimeter can make all the difference. The sensibilities of artisans enable the aesthetic appeal of heads to be refined.

Process 5 Sonography

Inspection process of the state-of-the-art

As for the polished head, the inspection of the face thickness is conducted using a supersonic wave.
Guided only by his senses, a seasoned artisan scrapes off the surface of the head to ensure that the thickness of its face exactly satisfies the benchmarks that apply to this task.

Process 6 Wood coating

Chance to show skill of an artisan

The work of coating the head with a sprayer puts the skills of an artisan to the test. Each head is carefully finished while the artisan’s own face is reflected in its surface.

Process 7 Assembling

Where the club head at address is carefully scanned with a perceptive eye

The shaft is inserted into the head before these two components are joined together using an epoxy-type adhesive agent.
At this time, an artisan will place the club head at address and carefully check the lie, loft, face orientation, and more with a perceptive eye.

Process 8 Balance check

Refusing to compromise on quality

Finally, the head is subject to a check to determine whether or not it complies with strict balance benchmarks using a precise balance meter.