Wilson Staff has launched the fourth generation of its award-winning ‘Control’ range in with C100 irons proven says Wilson to deliver extra playability and distance. The C100 irons have been designed to suit golfers looking for a crossover of iron attributes; a player’s club look at address with the added benefit of distance and accuracy-related technologies.
An optimised head design with a black PVD finish helps minimise the visual appearance, as well as reducing glare. The irons also incorporate Exoskeleton weighting, accounting for a third of the total head mass, maximising MOI for increased distance, whilst still maintaining a midsize head to appeal to lower handicap players. The new C100 irons have been constructed from a stronger stainless steel material to allow for Wilson Staff’s thinnest-faced ‘Control’ iron yet, for faster ball speeds and longer distances.
The C100 irons sit in the middle of Wilson Staff’s F-C-D (Feel-Control-Distance) system that encourages golfers to find the irons that perfectly suit their individual playing styles. The Wilson Staff C100 irons (4-PW) are available with True Temper CL100 steel shafts with an RRP of £449.
Michael Vrska, Wilson Golf’s Global Director for R&D commented, “Based on our extensive player test results, the C100 is one of the longest-playing irons on the market. The Exoskeleton technology makes the irons very powerful and easy to hit, and when combined with the midsize head, it provides the perfect blend of control and distance for golfers who want to get down to a single-figure handicap.”
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