Wilson D7 Forged Irons Review
Launching a genuine players iron for the 2020 season, Wilson Golf's D7 Forged Irons have been engineered to build on the considerable success of the brand's D7 range to combine distance, looks and feel to create a striking product for the market.
Featuring a newly crafted club head design, which boasts a thinner top line and minimal offset to deliver greater performance, this has been further enhanced by the introduction of an Urethane filled Power Chamber inside the head that flexes on impact to provide a more solid and consistent feel.
This tinner club face has been forged from a soft 8620 Carbon steel and features a wider-sole. The thicker sole allows for a lower Centre of Gravity to drive high ball speeds with a higher launch and spin.
But how does this technology stand up to testing? Golfshake's Ryan Rastall, PGA Pro at Howley Hall Golf Club in Leeds, has taken the Wilson D7 Forged into his Performance Centre to discover just how these irons perform.
Set to be available in mid-January, the D7 Forged will have a RRP of £699/€799 (4-PW) and £599/€689 (5-PW) for steel shafts and £699/€799 for graphite shafts (5-PW).
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