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Wilson D-FY Combo Iron Set


$999.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Get excellent distance on most shots. Have a great feel throughout the swing, keep you in control. Very forgiving on off-center hits, keeps things straight.

The Cons:Hard to work a ball with these, too forgiving in general. Lack classic traditional styling, might seem too modern for some.

The D-FY iron set is a high-end combo set from Wilson. Wilson is marketing the D-FY Combo set to low-to-mid swing players looking to improve distance and maintain accuracy. This 8-piece set includes Wilson's FYbrid utility club, a hybrid 4 iron, super-wide soled 5 and 6 irons, and perimeter weighted, cavity-back 7i-PW.

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The FYbrid utility club has a flexible feel and promotes long-range accuracy. The hollow core of the 5 and 6 irons allow you to hit the ball higher and longer. The shaft of these clubs is a half steel and half graphite hybrid, the first of its kind. This shaft weighs in at only 76 grams, and combines the low torque and response of a steel shaft with the light weight and vibration-dampening of a graphite shaft.     

Features

  • FYbrid utility club
  • Half steel/half graphite shaft
  • Shaft weight: 76g
  • Super-wide soled 5-6 iron
  • Perimeter weighted, cavity-back 7i-PW
  • Lamkin Staff grips
  • Fully intergrated 8-club set
  • Built-in distance gapping
  • Left-handed versions available
  • Uniflex shaft
  • 2.1 degree shaft torque
  • .370" shaft tip diameter
  • High launch angle
  • D2 swing angle 

Club Specs

  • FY - 19.5 degree loft, 59.5 degree lie angle, 41.0" club length 
  • 4 iron - 23.5 degree loft, 60 degree lie angle, 39.5" club length 
  • 5 iron - 27 degree loft, 61 degree lie angle, 38.5" club length 
  • 6 iron - 30.5 degree loft, 61.5 degree lie angle, 38.0" club length
  • 7 iron - 34 degree loft, 62 degree lie angle, 37.5" club length  
  • 8 iron - 37.5 degree loft, 63 degree lie angle, 37.0" club length
  • 9 iron - 41 degree loft, 63.5 degree lie angle, 36.0" club length
  • PW - 44.5 degree loft, 64 degree lie angle, 36.0" club length
  • GW (custom order) - 48.0 degree loft, 64.0 degree lie angle, 36.0" club length
  • SW (custom order) - 55.0 degree loft, 64.0 degree lie angle, 36.0" club length  

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Pros
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    get excellent distance on most shots

  • 1

    have a great feel throughout the swing, keep you in control

  • 1

    very forgiving on off-center hits, keeps things straight

  • 1

    half-and-half shaft is very light, improves swing speed

  • 1

    excellent durability, finish doesn't look scuffed for a long time

  • 0

    great looks, lots of interesting modern detailing

Cons
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    hard to work a ball with these, too forgiving in general

  • 1

    lack classic traditional styling, might seem too modern for some

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