Wilson Staff Di7 Iron Set
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Simply stated, the new Wilson Staff Di7 irons are not like other clubs. A lower profile moves the center of gravity down for higher ball flight. A wider sole moves the CG back for greater stability and straighter ball flight. A wider tip shaft prevents twisting on off-center hits. If you want to hit it longer and straighter, play Wilson Staff Di7 irons. We're talking "club longer", not 1-2 yards.
- Lower profile moves the center of gravity
- Wider sole moves the CG
- The Fat Shaft is back!
- Shaft - Steel - True Temper TX 105; Graphite - UST ProForce V2
User Ratings & Reviews
As a high handicapper, I tried lots of clubs that touted forgiveness and feel. After extensive testing, I went with the Wilson di7s with the TrueTemper steel shafts. My scores immediately dropped because off-center hits went straight, and on center hits went further. As someone with a low trajectory shot, the Wilson di7s really help get the ball in the air. The wide sole prevents (or minimizes) chili dipping. And - you can't beat the price.
Wilson should advertise these clubs more.
Mike (Baton Rouge, LA)
I am using the graphite-shafted set of irons
and by far it is the best set of irons I've ever used. If you having trouble getting your irons in the air, you will not have that problem with this set. The set is designed with a low center of gravity in the heads and you can really feel the weight. The fat shaft really helps with your accuracy. This set really should be demo'ed to see the performance.
Jack (Boston, MA)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
I noticed the hosel on the wilson Di7 irons is much shorter than most other irons, how does this affect the iron and will it play differently than irons with a longer hosel?
06/29/2009 11:48 PM
Jimmy, the hosel has no performance effects to it. The only thing it does is house the shaft. The reason some clubs have longer hosels is strictly for cosmetic purposes.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
06/30/2009 5:29 PM
I currently have a set of the Wilson Deep Red irons, and love them. However, they are 2 degrees flat and get a HUGE toe divot. Can these clubs be bent to correct them. If so, where? Thanks
06/25/2009 9:28 PM
Greg, if you need the clubs bent upright a little my best advice would be to take it to a custom club builder local to where you are located. Wilson does have a custom club department but you may be without your set for several weeks if you were to send them to the factory. For Wilson warrant/repair info you may contact 773-714-6400 for more information.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
06/29/2009 4:34 PM
What exactly does uniflex shaft mean? I currently use Wilson Deep Red regular flex steel, but feel these clubs would be an upgrade. Thanks!
06/09/2009 12:53 PM
Thank you for your question.
Uniflex is a flex that in between and regular and stiff. It's only offered in that one flex so that the guess work is taken out of whether you're a regular or stiff flex.The Di7 would be a massive improvement from the Deep Red Irons.
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/10/2009 10:09 AM
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