Wilson Golf have extended their popular Staff Model line with the release of a new Staff Model CB Iron, which is said to meet the needs of better players.
Having launched the Staff Model Blade and Staff Model Utility last year, the forged Staff Model CB irons have been developed by Wilson to replace the Tour V6 Irons which were popular on Tour with the likes of Padraig Harrington and Kevin Streelman.
"Wilson continues to strive to produce the best performing, most respected irons in the world of golf. Having listened to feedback from our Advisory Staff and Tour professionals and worked closely with a number of them, the resulting Staff Model CB Irons combine the best of the popular V6 and Staff Model Blade models to create our most advanced forged irons ever."
"Aesthetically pleasing to the eye of the elite player, the Staff Model CB irons feature a new Tri-Brace stabiliser that provides a structural connection between the top line and the central impact mass to transfer more energy to the ball, while also providing improved sound and feel."
Jon Pergande, Manager of Golf Club Innovation, Wilson Golf
The Staff Model CB irons include 20g of high-density tungsten situated in the toe of the mid and long irons, which is said to enhance head stability at impact whilst lowering the centre of gravity for more consistent results.
There's also a precision milled face and score line, which has made the move over from the Staff Model Blade.
The face is made from forged 8620 carbon steel, and backed with an integrated Impact Mass Area to provide the feel of a muscle back, whilst the cavity back design provides more consistency so that you can shape shots with confidence.
The new irons come in a nickel-chrome plating with a 'high-end mirror finish', along with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips.
The Wilson Staff Model CB Irons will have an RRP of £849 and will be available from 4-PW.
If you're a Wilson loyalist, or a low handicap golfer looking for a new set of irons heading into the 2021 season, these could be right up your street.
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