Wilson Staff irons fall into 3 categories; feel, crossover, and distance. The models in each category are designed for a specific player. The new Wilson Staff D350 irons fall into the “distance” category, for golfers looking to get maximum distance. We introduce you to the new features of the Wilson Staff D350 irons and tell you why distance-seeking players should consider them.
Wilson Staff D350 Irons Features
Customize Your Set
One of the coolest features about the Wilson Staff D350 irons clubs is how you can customize the set make-up. You can purchase a stock 7 piece set, with 5-PW, GW. From there, you can add or subtract long irons, wedges, or hybrids to make the perfect set for your game.
There are 4 hybrids and 2 irons you can choose from to customize your set. Hybrid choices range from 3H-6H. A 4 iron and sand wedge can also be purchased.
You may remember the look of the Wilson Staff D300 irons (above). Those irons have the company’s FLX Face technology around the head, giving the irons more ball speed. Wilson decided to forego putting the FLX Face in the D350 irons. Instead, the D350 irons feature Wilson’s Speed Sole technology.
The Speed Sole is a wide channel behind the face of the irons and hybrids that flexes at impact. The thin face-to-sole transition increases ball speeds across the face.
The channel also moves the CG lower and farther back. What results is a higher launch at impact and faster ball speeds. The Speed Sole also helps with forgiveness on shots hit low on the clubface.
To instill confidence with high handicap players, the D350 irons feature wide soles and a thick topline, screaming “easy to hit and long” at address.
Final Thoughts on Wilson Staff D350 Irons
If you’re looking for a great value club that’s easy to hit and gets the ball out there, the Wilson Staff D350 irons are a great place to start.
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