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Wilson D-100 ES Iron set

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Stainless Steel

• Lightest possible weight for a given club while still allowing it to feel solid and balanced.
• Optimized grip, shaft and head combination to allow for a faster swing with the same effort and greater distance.
• Exoskeleton technology to maximize MOI and forgiveness, especially for slower swing speeds.
• Refined spacing between the hybrids and the irons creates optimal launch and spin and consistent club-to-club distance gapping.
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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A trio of hybrids and five irons feature a large, thin unsupported face to enhance ball speed. The hybrids are the first from Wilson to use the "exoskeleton" technology that moves weight to the perimeter for forgiveness.
"The irons felt powerful and were surprisingly workable for such a large head."
A good effort to help eliminate user error for a number of high-handicappers. A wider topline provides confidence at address, and a sole that is nearly 14 percent wider than the D100 helps launch the ball high and with minimal turf interaction.
A 22-degree 4-hybrid at 40 inches is going to make it more difficult to find the center of the clubface.

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