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Wilson Staff Di9


$600.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Top line isn't too thick, offset is perfect for most players. Grip is very nice, comfortable to hold and avoids slipping without restricting movement. Very little vibration through the club, excellent soft feel.

The Wilson Staff Di9 are a set of irons designed to give superior distance and improved feel. The low profile and wide-sole design gives a low center of gravity (CG) promoting a higher, straighter ball flight  with higher ball speed for improved distance.

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The light steel and graphite shafts give a faster swing speed and the wide-tip technology prevents unwanted twisting. The toe-friendly cavity design extends the club head sweet spot out to the toe resulting in a better connection on off-center hits. The low-durometer, vibration-dampening urethane medallion covers the entire length of the club to further extend the sweet spot of the club.  This insert is thicker at the heel to further reduce vibrations to the hand.  The high-performance grips have blister-free zones under the thumb and lower fore-finger while the vertical and horizontal grooves promote torsional traction for easy rotation.

Features

  • Low-profile design
  • Wide-tip technology
  • Toe-friendly cavity
  • Urethane medallion
  • High-performance grip

Clubs Available

  • Di9 Men's RH Steel 5-PW, GW, AW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's LH Steel 5-PW, GW, AW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's RH Steel SW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's LH SW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's RH Graphitel 5-PW, GW, AW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's LH Steel 5-PW, GW, AW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's RH Graphite SW Uniflex or A Flex
  • Di9 Men's LH Graphite SW Uniflex or A Flex

Shaft Options

  • True Temper TX 99, Flex - UniFlex, 99g
  • UST Proforce V2, Flex - UniFlex, 72g

User Reviews (2)

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  • 1

    top line isn't too thick, offset is perfect for most players

  • 1

    grip is very nice, comfortable to hold and avoids slipping without restricting movement

  • 1

    very little vibration through the club, excellent soft feel

  • 1

    accurate shots with every club, tend to shoot straight every time

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    good forgiveness on toe shots

  • 1

    ideal for a mid to high handicapper, adds distance without sacrificing accuracy

  • 0

    look professional and set up very nice

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