Martin Hopley

The Wilson Staff Ci9 irons have a mid over-sized head that gives lots of feedback and perform very well.

The looks are a bit angular and the wedge looks a bit on the square side, but this can easily be replaced with a Wilson TW9 wedge for players who prefer a more traditional shape.

The progressive offset was very subtle through the set and the performance and trajectory were excellent across the clubface.

Combined with a very competitive price this is a great value set of irons for mid to low handicappers who want performance and forgiveness.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Wilson Staff Ci9 Irons - Product Details

Launch UK01 January 2010
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityRight
Shaft TypesSteel
Set Makeup4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Manufacturer's WebsiteWilson Website

User Reviews

April 2015

Grips are my only gripe with these clubs so I replaced with Lamkin midsize crossline. Love the feel and trajectory. They allow for slightly missed shots, but not a lot of room for error. The look at set up is "old school" with a great angle. Distance is all you want from a well hit iron. Price compared to other brands makes this club a no brainer. Great club at a great price. 9 handicap playing 3 days a week.

April 2010

Recently bought these irons, and played about 6-7 rounds with them. I'm very happy. My ball striking has become more consistent, they've given me more confidence.

A couple of things to note: Firstly, being soft steel means they do mark easily. I've noticed on mine that while in the bag, one club will mark another around the hozel, so I would suggest buying some headcovers. (I carry my bag, so if you use a trolley, this might not be such an issue)Also, the lofts of the PW and SW, mean that the matching Gap Wedge is almost essential. PW is 44 degrees, and the SW is 56, so the 50 degree GW is perfect. Recommened.

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Media Reviews

Golf World
July 2010
Well worth a look. Forgiveness you'd expect from chunkier irons.
Golf Monthly
February 2010
High tech looking but traditional..attract a wide range

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