Wilson Staff Model Utility Iron Review
Successfully introduced by Gary Woodland at this year's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Wilson Golf has now officially revealed its new Staff Model Utility Iron.
Having originally been designed as a prototype elite player iron, PGA Tour star Brendan Steele made the suggestion of transforming the club into a higher launching model. Wilson legends Padraig Harrington and Paul Lawrie have also been using the iron, convincing the manufacturer that it was fit for public consumption.
Intended to deliver that desired combination of distance, reliability and forgiveness, the Wilson Staff Model Utility possesses seven grams of weight positioned low in the club head for increased launch angles.
A high-strength maraging steel face – which is also used on the Wilson Staff C300 Irons – is there to encourage greater ball speeds across the entire face for improved distances. Additionally, a hollow body long iron solution has been refined for better feedback on those miss hit shots.
PGA Professional and Golfshake's Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall grasped at the opportunity to test the Utility at Howley Hall Golf Club's Performance Studio, talking through the technology, and sharing his insights from capturing TrackMan data. You can see Ryan's full review and thoughts in the above video.
So, could you see the new Staff Model Utility making its way into your bag? Let us know what you think.
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