17, 21, 25, 29
1 March 2005
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The Wilson Staff Hb5 Utility Iron offers players who have difficulty hitting long irons now have a friendlier option for their bags. These clubs offer a more hittable version of the clubs many golfers fear most, the long irons. The muscular design of the Hb5 concentrates weight behind the area of impact, resulting in greater distance. And a minimal offset inspires confidence in players while addressing a shot. The shafts in the Hb5 provide a flexible tip section for a higher launch ball trajectory.On the Hb5, the Nano Tech shaft's flexpoint, torque and weight has been specifically tuned to the characteristics of Hybrid clubs. This design increases overall torsion stability, defies head twists during off-center hits and creates longer, straighter shots.The long face and low profile help make the Hb5 more forgiving and easier to hit than standard long irons. The curved top-line makes alignment effortless as well. Hb5 clubs can be purchased individually or as an optional part of the Di5 irons set.
Average rating for this product from 1 reviews
"Traditional shape...low ball flight...compact head...hollow sound." May 05
"Face is pretty long...snagged in the rough." Sep 05
"Enjoyed the styling and feel...lacked forgiveness on mishits." Oct 05
"Quite heavy...solid striking...face felt a little dead." Oct 05
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