Our Review:User error is a common problem among high-handicappers, and Wilson makes a strong effort here to mitigate that and build some player confidence. To do that, the hollow, hybrid-like irons focus on the bottom of the club. Specifically, a progressively wide sole is designed to make turf interaction feel like hitting off a mat, thus reducing the number of chunked shots. A slightly raised leading edge also helps you from hitting shots fat. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 44 degrees
Price: $115 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highThe clubhead wanted to get down and stay down through the shot. As such, turf interaction was great.
highVery crisp sound at impact. Pleasing for sure. All of the good vibrations go up into your hands. Forgiving on mis-hits.
highGreat ball strike. Comes right off of the club with a nice flight. Straightforward to right height.