Wilson Staff Di9 Gorgeous, straight, and light but a little short
23 September 2011
Summary: I have played Wilson Fat Shaft irons ever since they came out. My last set was the Deep Red Distance II which I loved. The only issue I ever had with Fat Shafts was the shaft weight seemed to throw me off a little on my short iron play. So, when the Wilson Staff Di9 came out with a gorgeous traditional Wilson Staff look and a lighter shaft I decided to give them a shot and purchased the 5-pw, aw, gw and used the old reliable Wilson Sandy Andy SW.
Great Price without sacrificing performance. Wilson is truly underrated.
19 September 2011
Summary: I am a mid to high handicap golfer and tested several sets during a demo day in Buffalo. I tried the more expensive sets, but kept coming back to the DI9's. In the end, it's the set that best fits the golfer. These irons are very forgiving. Mis-hits still give the distance needed, but don't go too far astray. Perfect shots..you just feel 'em with these clubs. I started out with the steel set and then upgraded the the graphite shafts.
Wilson di9s..... Simply an awesome club.... Check the specs on line...Hot!
5 September 2011
Summary: My son has graphite shafts, and I purchased steel, both in uniflex shafts. These clubs are hot off the face, yet little vibration in your hands. They are lofted very strong compared to others on the market. They go through the rough well, and the low irons are handy with the different approach wedges. Long irons are easy to hit as well, but they do not look too chunky..... Probably the best kept secret on the market....
Summary: True "game changers." Consistently long and accurate even on off-center hits. The senior flex graphite and stronger loft has added one club length at least to my game. They have really helped. These are great irons and now that Wilson has moved on to the Di11 irons, you can get them for a great price.
Clubs that will improve your iron play. Long, long, long.
24 June 2011
Summary: These clubs are hot! My old irons were oversize but 20 years old. These are two clubs longer- one by loft and one by design. A great super game improvement set of irons. A lot of reviews say that it's hard to work the ball with the Di9s and they DO go straight but you can hit a draw or fade if you set up right.
Summary: First time out I was hitting the ball square and far. I loved the feel. I was hitting every iron and they were so great feeling. I loved the fat shafts when they first came out and I am glad they went back to the.
Summary: I have used forged clubs for the last 15 years till buying this set, and I can't believe the yardage I have picked up. The shaft is very stable and consistent, and even mishits hold their line due to the wide tip. The undercut channel and coating on the rear of the club give a sweet feel to well struck shots, and save the hands on thin shots!