Wilson's irons have been used to record 62 major victories, more than any other brand in the game, so every time they come out with new models it's definitely worth taking a closer look.
For the 2024 season Wilson are updating their premium Staff Model line by introducing two new models - a modern version of the Blades as well as a new CB irons designed for elite golfers.
"These latest club developments reflect the Wilson heritage in high performance irons, featuring many similarities in terms of the fundamental technologies and materials used. They embrace modern technology, enabling better players to improve control and deliver consistent scores."
"We designed the new irons side by side to ensure the characteristics were consistent, providing the perfect option for golfers who want to combine the two models throughout the bag."
Jon Pergande, Manager of Wilson Golf Club Innovation.
Wilson Staff Model Blades
The Blades are said to continue the rich history of Wilson's forged blade irons, based on the timeless design that has been used by many of the game's greats over the years.
This time around, weight has been removed from the base of the hosel for a more flowing feel, with the muscle being weighted much more towards the toe.
The combination of a fluid feel hosel and precision toe weighting pushes the CG towards the toe, allowing the CG to align with the centre of the face and expanding the impact area to provide a bit more forgiveness.
The new Wilson Staff Model Blades have a precision milled face with double cut muscle milling for control and overall spin consistency.
The blades come fitted with Dynamic Gold Mid 115 shafts and Golf Pride Z-Grips. They are available in both right and left handed in 4-PW, with 2 and 3 irons available through custom fit, at an RRP of £1050.
Wilson Staff Model CB Irons
The Staff Model CB irons are designed to give better golfers a confidence-inspiring look at address, with the added forgiveness of a cavity back iron.
Developed alongside the Staff Model Blades, the CB irons also feature precise toe weighting and a fluid feel hosel designed to match the standards of Tour players, with a construction which also helps to offer a little more forgiveness in the longer irons than previous iterations.
The soft forged 8620 carbon steel provides a great feel at impact, giving golfers the freedom to work the ball in both directions.
The new irons have already recorded their first professional victory, as Padraig Harrington hit nearly 80% of greens in regulation to win by seven shots at the TimberTech Championship.
The Staff Model CB irons come fitted with Dynamic Gold Mid 115 shafts and Golf Pride Z-Grips. They are available in both right and left handed in 4-PW, with 2 and 3 irons available through custom fit, at an RRP of £1050.
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