These Wilson Staff Di7 irons incorporate lower profile faces, wide soles and undercut cavities that combine to lower the centre of gravity and make a higher ball flight more easily achievable.
In the steel-shafted version the tip is wider than standard, making the Di7 clubhead more stable as you swing and reducing its tendency to twist off-line in mis-hits.
This Wilson Staff Di7 iron successfully combines nice looks with ease of use. A powerful, consistent strike makes this a good value, mid-range iron. They're quite heavy in the head which makes them excellent from all kinds of lies. Where next? More On Test: - Wilson Staff Di9 irons review Galleries: - Wilson Di9 irons pictures - Wilson Staff FG59 iron project pictures - Wilson Di9 irons and Wilson Smooth Driver pictures News: - Wilson Smooth Driver, Wilson Di9 irons and Wilson Nc9 irons set to launch Blogs: - Wilson irons blog review