Wilson FG Tour F5
The rounded, old-school look on the toe gives this iron a throwback look, but the technology is decidedly modern, particularly on the bottom part of the club. On clubs down to the 7-iron, a thin face-to-sole transition along the leading edge increases ball speed on shots struck on the middle to low part of the face. Although previously used in the company’s D200 irons, this is the first time this method has been used in a forged Wilson club. A 35-gram stabilizing bar in the cavity adds support for the thin face.
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You can generate some spin, even on the middle irons. They would hit the green and stick.
It’s like a shotmakers paradise with a little help.
The feel was sublime. A sweet, syrupy sensation at impact. The look gives the illusion of a players iron, but there is plenty of help here.