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Posted January 17, 2019 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
If we were to ask you what brand of irons are responsible for more major championships won since 1914, the chances are that most of you wouldn’t say Wilson Staff. But if you did say Wilson, you would be the big winner. That’s right, Wilson Staff irons have earned an astounding 61 majors in that time period, most recently with Padraig Harrington at the 2008 PGA Championship. The latest iron offering from Wilson is the D7 irons – D equaling distance. But this isn’t your typical super-game-improvement iron that looks big and bulky. In fact, to improve on their D-line of clubs, Wilson worked to combine improvements in not only technology and performance but in appearance as well, by looking to the aesthetics of their award-winning FG Tour V6 and C300 irons.
The result is a groundbreaking super-game-improvement iron that features Wilson’s patented RE-AKT™ technology, which integrates three rows of Power Holes in the long irons, combined with what Wilson says is their thinnest clubface ever for greater responsiveness of the ball off the clubface and maximum distance.
Meanwhile, the shorter irons in the set have fewer Power Holes, which, combined with optimized weighting make them ideal scoring clubs, with exceptional feel and precise distance control, so even players who need the forgiveness of a super-game improvement iron can find themselves shaping short-iron shots into the green.
The next piece of the puzzle, as mentioned earlier, is the club’s presentation. The D7 combine the looks of a players style iron with super-game improvement technology. What that means is a cleaner, crisper, and classier looking distance iron – straighter lines, cleaner topline – which those who prefer a player’s iron but with some added forgiveness will find pleasing. With chrome and black color scheme with hints of blue mixed in, the D7 irons are simple, yet sharp and sleek, making a visually pleasing iron at address which helps inspire confidence that the next shot will be great.
And finally, Wilson rides their reputation as an industry leader in crafting high-quality irons and clubs at a value price point. With the Wilson Staff D7 irons, you won’t sacrifice performance for the price.
Wilson Staff’s D7 irons are available in a seven-piece (5-PW, GW) steel set (R or S flex) with KBS Tour 80 shafts, as well as a seven-piece (5-PW, GW) graphite set (A, R, and S flexes) with Recoil Series graphite shafts.