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Wilson Ci9 Irons


$799.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Goes through rough without any resistance. Consistent distance output. Gives you great feedback on well struck shots.

The Cons:Can really vibrate on missed shots. Not particularly visually appealing. Produces average distance.

Wilson's Ci9 set is a set of mid-priced irons, the third generation of Wilson's "C" line. The set goes from the 4 iron to the 9 iron, and includes pitching wedge and gap wedge. Wilson is promoting these irons as a combination of traditional design and playability.

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A key feature of the Ci9 irons is the hidden rear cavity exoskeleton which distributes mass to the heel and toe, making for a higher, more stable MOI (Moment Of Inertia). The Soft Response Insert that is present on these clubs creates a solid feel, even on off-center hits. The Ci9s also have modified U-grooves, which raise the center of gravity for a higher spin rate and more control. There are steel ($799) and graphite ($899) sets of the Ci9s available. All of Wilson's previous "C" irons have been named "Best in Class" by GOLF magazine.

Features

  • Hidden rear cavity exoskeleton
  • 431 stainless steel
  • Soft Response Insert
  • Steel/graphite options
  • STP Step-less steel shaf
  • .370" shaft tip diameter 
  • FST Stepless Steel 105g shaft: S-Flex (2.0 degree torque, mid-high launch angle), R-Flex (2.1 degree torque, mid launch angle)
  • Aldila VS Proto Graphite 75g shaft: S-Flex (3.0 degree torque, mid launch angle), R-Flex (3.1 degree torque, mid-high launch angle)   
  • U-grooves
  • C-style player category
  • Named "Best in Class" by GOLF Magazine
  • Meet USGA's groove standards
  • Regular flex
  • Lamkin Staff grips
  • Right-handed/left-handed  

Club Specs

  • 4 iron - 23 degree loft, 60.0 lie, 39.0" club length
  • 5 iron - 26 degree loft, 61.0 lie, 38.5" club length
  • 6 iron - 29 degree loft, 61.5 lie, 38.0" club length
  • 7 iron - 32 degree loft, 62.0 lie, 37.5" club length
  • 8 iron - 36 degree loft, 63.0 lie, 37.0" club length  
  • 9 iron - 40 degree loft, 63.5 lie, 36.5" club length
  • PW - 44 degree loft, 64.0 lie, 36.0" club length 
  • GW - 50 degree loft, 64.0 lie, 36.0" club length
  • SW - 55 degree loft, 64.0 lie, 36.0" club length

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Pros
  • 2

    Goes through rough without any resistance

  • 2

    Consistent distance output

  • 2

    Gives you great feedback on well struck shots

  • 1

    The wedges are head heavy and work well for chipping around the green

  • 1

    Works well for intermediate golfers who want some playability but also some forgiveness

  • 1

    Named "Best in Class" by GOLF Magazine

Cons
  • 2

    Can really vibrate on missed shots

  • 0

    Not particularly visually appealing

  • -1

    Produces average distance

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