Wilson Staff

Wilson D9 Forged Graphite Irons - Custom Fit

Wilson Staff

Wilson D9 Forged Graphite Irons - Custom Fit

Product Options

  • Dexterity:
  • Set Options:
  • Shaft:
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    Shaft option tooltip

    The golf shaft uses the centrifugal force of the swing to generate clubhead speed for striking the golf ball. By picking the correct shaft type to match your swing speed, you'll add distance, consistency and performance to your game.

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  • Flex:
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    Flex option tooltip

    The flex determines a shaft’s ability to bend during a swing, affecting clubhead speed, distance and control.

    Which flex you use will depends on the type of swing you have. Beginners and those with less powerful swings tend to use a shaft with greater flexibility to create more clubhead speed. However, if a player has a high swing speed, they will require a stiffer shaft with less flex.

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  • Shaft Length Adjustment:
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    Shaft length tooltip

    Getting the correct shaft length benefits you in several ways. We are all different in height and our wrist to floor measurements. Having the wrong length shafts can hinder your address position, stop the clubhead sitting correctly at address & impact and cause lack of accuracy and consistency.

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  • Lie Angle:
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    Lie angle tooltip

    Lie angle is a factor that affects the accuracy of golf shots. Golfers who use clubs whose lie angles don't fit their body types and/or golf swings are costing themselves strokes. Too upright and the heel strikes the turf first closing the clubface, while too flat and the toe makes contact first opening the clubface.

    An “off the shelf” club has a standard lie angle and you can usually choose between ½” or 1” increments upright or flat to custom fit the club to you.

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  • Grip:
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    Grip option tooltip

    The style of the grip is more often a personal choice but choosing the correct thickness can vastly improve your ball striking and accuracy. We all have different sized hands so take this into account when building your perfect club.

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  • Grip Thickness:
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    Grip thickness tooltip

    Choosing the correct thickness can vastly improve your ball striking and accuracy. If the grip is too thin your hands will over-rotate resulting in a pull or draw. If the grip is too thick it limits movement of the wrists, leading to a push or fade.

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Estimated dispatch date: 24/06/2022
 
MRRP £906.00 Save £87.00
£819.00
Overview
The all-new D9 Forged has been engineered for speed and distance, with a sleek player’s profile constructed from carbon forged head material.

The Wilson Irons Feature:

  • Carbon Forged Head Construction
  • Asymmetrical Power Hole Arrangement
  • Lower Center of Gravity Position
  • 1-Year Guarantee

Carbon Forged

Constructed with premium carbon forged heads for exceptional feel, with a thinner top edge and are designed with minimum offset to give the appearance of a proper players iron.

Power Holes

The D9 forged irons feature a new asymmetrical Power Hole arrangement that is optimised for the forged head construction. This arrangement is biased towards the heel of the club, opening the face and increasing contact time with the ball for extra speed and distance.

Lower Center of Gravity Position

Wilson has positioned the D9 forged iron with a low centre of gravity position to performance. Meaning higher launch, increased peak trajectory, and a steeper descent angle dramatically to improve stopping power and provide more workability around the golf course.
Code: 405928
The all-new D9 Forged has been engineered for speed and distance, with a sleek player’s profile constructed from carbon forged head material.

The Wilson Irons Feature:

  • Carbon Forged Head Construction
  • Asymmetrical Power Hole Arrangement
  • Lower Center of Gravity Position
  • 1-Year Guarantee

Carbon Forged

Constructed with premium carbon forged heads for exceptional feel, with a thinner top edge and are designed with minimum offset to give the appearance of a proper players iron.

Power Holes

The D9 forged irons feature a new asymmetrical Power Hole arrangement that is optimised for the forged head construction. This arrangement is biased towards the heel of the club, opening the face and increasing contact time with the ball for extra speed and distance.

Lower Center of Gravity Position

Wilson has positioned the D9 forged iron with a low centre of gravity position to performance. Meaning higher launch, increased peak trajectory, and a steeper descent angle dramatically to improve stopping power and provide more workability around the golf course.
Code: 405928
Specification Overview
Brand: WILSON
Head Material: Carbon Forged Head
Head Style: Cavity
Shaft type: Graphite
Dexterity: Left or Right handed
Warranty: 1 year
Headcover Included: No

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