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Wilson Ci11 Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $55.27
Mid: $65.03
High: $74.78

Next update: 10/11/15

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $138.18
Mid: $162.57
High: $186.96

Next update: 10/11/15

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Stainless Steel

• Distance and accuracy packaged in an iron with a classic head shape and head size.
• Black PVD finish reduces glare and appears smaller in size.
• Exoskeleton surrounding the rear cavity increases MOI and stability by moving weight away from the face and toward the heel and toe.
• One piece insert is secured in soft 431 stainless steel to produce a pleasing sound and feel at impact.
• Thin and hard club face promotes the maximum CT allowed by the USGA.
In 1914, the Ashland Manufacturing Company entered the sporting goods business. Soon renamed Thomas E. Wilson & Co., this marked the beginning of Wilson’s historic contributions to the game of golf. Wilson has always looked to players to help shape its products. In 1922 Gene Sarazen became a member of the Wilson advisory staff (the beginning of a 75 year relationship with the company) During his tenure with Wilson, Sarazen won 39 PGA Titles including 2 US Opens, 3 PGA Championships, a British Open Title and a Masters Victory. He was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame in 1974. Wilson Golf is marking 90 years in the game by re-launching its Wilson Staff brand, first introduced in 1960. This reincarnation includes a full line of redesigned equipment (irons, drivers, utilities, putters, wedges), balls and accessories for players of all skill levels.

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Designers have moved 54 grams away from the center of the clubhead (34 grams to the toe and 20 grams to the heel) to create a thin face and stabilize the head on off-center strikes. A urethane badge behind the impact zone is designed to reduce vibration. There’s less offset in the short irons to improve workability.
“The sound on the long irons is a little hollow, but they provide a powerful strike.”
“The trajectory is on the lower side, but you get enough height. At address they look rich, even with a somewhat-odd shape.”
The Ci11 is a reliable workhorse and has more than enough technology at the right price.
For all the improvements Wilson made, they kept the boxy look. As its commercial says, “Seriously?”

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