Golfers will appreciate the useful hybrids and the hollow middle irons that feature plenty of bulk on the bottom and pep off the face. Those are the more obvious attributes. Inside the club, the irons borrow the thin face-to-sole transition from Wilson’s D200 irons to gain ball speed, and the cavity-back short irons offer control in a large-headed club.
The wide soles give you a sense of support and some muscle.
The hybrids were easily the most forgiving clubs in the set.
The polished chrome is a great look that says quality.
A good option if you’re looking for a towering flight.