Wilson took a less-is-more approach to this iron, including making the front part of the sole the same ultrathin width as the face. The sole is thinnest on the longer irons, and the weight is moved farther back in the cavity. The saved weight is repositioned to the heel and toe to lower the center of gravity and improve off-center-hit stability.
I was surprised there wasn’t a hybrid in the set, but the long irons were incredibly easy to hit.
If a player has difficulty launching the ball, this is a must-try club.
A playable trajectory for a club that clearly has jacked lofts.
You could sneak this into the game-improvement section and no one would notice. Very clean look.