Honma Golf
Beres Aizu Women's 3-Star Fairway Wood

Product Code: 2000000030751


Beres Aizu Women's 3-Star Fairway Wood


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Beautiful Traditional Japanese "AIZU" Lacquer Design

The premium BERES brand provides world-class quality and performance, and now collaborates with the traditional Japanese AIZU lacquer, originating in the northern part of Japan close to the Honma Sakata factory.

Triple Sole Slots and Crown Structure

The triple sole slots and crown structure follow the driver flexure design; generating a synergy effect within the face on repulsion performance for longer distance.

CG flow design with variable thickness by loft

  • 3W: Optimal CG design for ideal shot-making
  • 5W: Draw bias structure with high trajectory, thanks to a low-and-deep CG
  • 7W: Preventing too much spin while generating appropriate spin to stop a ball. (Low and shallow CG)

  • Face Structure

    A thin-and-flexible face improves repulsion performance, for a stronger trajectory.

    Original Shaft -ARMRQ MX-

    The newly developed "10-axis sheet" material consists of 4-axis aluminum and 6-axis carbon material. High compression strength and by adopting "ARMOR" on the bat side, a consistent swing trajectory is realized. Furthermore, the counter balance design effect improves the swing speed.

    By increasing the strength of the shaft sheet, it is possible to produce accurate shots with a constant swing path.

    Performance by Grade

    As the Star level increases, mis-hit stability also increases.

    The shaft accelerates the head speed at impact in stages, by adopting different materials for each grade.