Martin Hopley
By Martin Hopley

The entire Wilson Staff D-100 range of clubs have been designed to be Superlight to produce more clubhead speed for "seriously long" distance.

The Wilson Staff D-100 hybrids are designed to be long-iron replacements, specifically of the D-100 irons.

Using Wilson's Right Light Technology, the D-100 hybrids offer an easy-to-swing lightweight design that has the correct mass properties for improved launch and spin. This design creates a lighter club, offering players a club that is easier to swing, producing more distance with the same swing effort.

Wilson have rounded the shape of the sole, offering more toe and heel relief in the D-100 range. Wilson claim this relief and shape provides better shot control and confidence at address from a range of different lies.

Each of the Wilson Staff D-100 hybrids has a head and face size optimized for each of the six lofts offered.

Even the shaft has been optimized. The D-100 hybrid is paired with a Matrix OZIK Altus 5.6 shaft. Weighing 60 grams, the lightweight shaft offers a mid-to-high launch with mid-spin. It's structural design is engineered to reduce shaft twisting through impact.

The Wilson Staff D-100 hybrid is available in either a 17, 19, 22, 25, 28 or 31-degree model and is launched with an RRP of £119.

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Wilson Staff D-100 Hybrid - Product Details

Handicap Range
Low
High
GolferMens
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
MaterialSteel
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexStiff, Regular, Light
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