Summary: This iron iron was a huge upgrade from my old set. It has a great feel and look and i gained about 10 yards on every iron. The best feature about this iron though is the forgiveness on offcenter hits. Thin, fat, toe, heel, it seems you can't miss.
Summary: I can't say I gain any distance from my old wilson fat shaft, but I definitely gained distance control. I added a hybrid three iron and with the 4 wedges I feel that I'm in-between clubs very rarely. The clubs weight distribution feels wonderful and the looks are an added bonus.
Summary: I bought these clubs mainly because they were a good deal and I was looking to add a set for friends and family coming to visit. Well, after practicing and playing with them, my old Callaways are sitting in the garage and the Wilsons are in my trunk. Great club and well worth it!
Summary: These clubs are smooth and accurate. They offer good feedback on your hits. When hit clean these clubs are smooth as butter. They look nice at setup and are probably 1 club longer than the Bridgestone GC Mid that I was hitting. The wedges are deadly from 100 yards in! Good club at a great price.
Summary: This is my first set of irons, i had a pieced together set before, and these wilson irons are impressive. I wish they came with a 3 and 4 iron but for the price of 250.00, i will take it. great price, great irons, I highly recomend them.
Easy and forgiving; good looking; long and great value for mid to high handicappers; graphite adds yards
15 August 2013
Summary: All mid to high handicappers should try Fat Shafts in graphite. More distance; more consistency; less twisting; more feel. What's not to like? The latest irons always look better but the DI9's are solid reliable and really offer exceptional value.
Pros: Coming from an earlier Fat Shaft the biggest surprise to me was in the Graphite shafts. I thought graphite shafts in irons was for seniors and ladies, but I gained 10-12 yards with no apparent loss of accuracy. The steel DI9's gave me a little extra distance but I'd take graphite every time. I wa...
Cons: Wilson went for the same loft gap between all irons. The argument for this seems reasonable though not totally convincing. The heads are a little clunky in appearance - or reassuring depending on your handicap maybe. Sometimes it feels good to say to your partner - 'you took a 9? I'm only taking ...
Conclusion: Just purchased a set of DI9 Irons fitted with V2 Graphite shafts, and value for money. YES THEY ARE. Beautiful balance club and very good on the eye, nice high ball loft with out a lot of effort.
Conclusion: I played with a beat-up set of Callaway X16 irons which served me well. When it was time to upgrade, I had my heart set on a new set of ’Big Bertha’ irons. Like so many golfers starting out, you were (and still are) made to feel inferior if you didn’t use the big-name brands (Callaway, Taylor Made,...