Our Review:Eschewing hybrids for all irons, Wilson produced a set that can help the high-handicapper and the player trending toward a sub-20-handicapper. The company’s “power holes”—slots with polymer that promote face flex—remain, but some were removed from the topline to improve aesthetics and a third row was added on the 4- through 7-irons. The thinnest face ever on a Wilson super-game-improvement iron provides extra pop. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 28 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Price: $100 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highA good, firm feel to the face. The progressive offset provided confidence at address.
highIt had a real nice crisp feel to the club. The performance resulted in a good, penetrating ball flight. Helps it get in the air without ballooning.
highThere were no limitations to trajectory, but I was also able to flight them as needed.