Martin Hopley

We tested the Wilson Staff Dh6 Utility Club with the gold Adila NVS shaft in it and thought it was a very good club.

The club is designed to get the ball airborne and with this soft tipped shaft it certainly achieves that. The 22 degree version we had gave a high, yet penetrating flight which is perfect for mid-high handicappers who need to get the ball airborne and don't fancy a 3 or 4-iron.

Lower handicappers will prefer the lower lofted 19 degree Dh6 Utility Club with the Nanotech shaft, but even then Wilson could do with bringing out a 15-17 degree version for this sector of the market.

The feel from the head was excellent and the cambered sole adjusted to any sort of lie and stance.

The head was a nice weight, reasonably forgiving, felt well balanced and allowed you to shape shots left and right.

Hitting a low one was a bit more difficult, but that is not really what the Wilson Staff Dh6 utility club is about!

Overall we would recommend this as one to try.

Golfalot Rating: 5 stars
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Wilson Staff Dh6 Hybrid

Wilson Staff Dh6 Hybrid - Product Details

UK Launch16 October 2008
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexStiff, Regular
Manufacturer's WebsiteWilson Website

User Reviews

Kamran Khan
March 2006

I purchased the Wilson Dh6 club about 6 weeks ago. I have to say that it was money well spent. I had the old Taylormade Rescue before this and that was a good club, but if you compare both clubs then the Wilson Dh6 wins. It is easy to get the ball in the air with a good easy swing. I use stiff shaft irons and a stiff shaft driver but I brought the Dh6 in the regular shaft and it was great. I would recommend you try both the regular and stiff just to compare. I purchased the Dh6 19 Degree and have no regrets. I have to say that anything over 200 yards for me will mean getting this club out and it delivers most of the time. A bad swing cannot be blamed for this not performing. I think it is a great buy; however I would strongly recommend trying the club out before purchasing it. I would recommend this over the Taylormade Rescue as I tried this club at the same time I tried the Dh6.

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Media Reviews

Golf World
March 2006
Easy to get airborne..very stable at impact.
Golf World
December 2005
One of the best..powerful and forgiving..solid strike.
Golf Monthly
January 2006
Very nice, classic looking golf club..highly competent.
Today's Golfer
November 2005
Reasonably priced..used by pros..into bags of many players.

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