What degree is a Wilson pitching wedge?
A pitching wedge has a loft of between 45 and 48 degrees, sand wedges range from 54 to 56 degrees and lob wedges have lofts between 60 and 64 degrees, in most cases.
Are Wilson wedges good?
The Wilson Staff Model wedge looks very classic behind the ball and delivers a lovely soft feel at impact. It was stable and went through the turf nicely on full shots and offered a good amount of versatility and finesse around the greens. However, it does spin a little less than its mainstream rivals.
Why are toe wedges so high?
The Hi-Toe theory is that it moves the centre of gravity higher for lower launch and more spin. So the higher lofted wedges (56˚-64˚) have what TaylorMade called ‘full-face scoring lines’. It basically means that the grooves cover the entire face. This is to help get better contact when playing out of the thick rough.
Do any pros use Hi-Toe wedges?
The Hi-Toe’s been put in play by Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy. The Hi-Toe’s design gives a more centred centre of gravity for lower flighted but higher spinning shots, full length face grooves ensure consistent contact from the rough.
What is the difference between the Wilson DI7 and Wilson di9 Irons?
On the Wilson Di9 irons the cavity and sweetspot have been placed between the centre and the toe based on the fact that 85% of shots hit by amateurs are struck from this area of the face. Compared to the Wilson Di7 irons, the sole is wider and the blade height is slightly lower, making long irons easier to hit.
What is the difference between a DI7 and di9 Golf Club?
The Di9s are designed to be slightly less of a blunt instrument than the Di7s, and as such feature a mid-size head, rather than an oversized one, which will help improve accuracy, as well as offering a more visually-appealing clubhead for better players.
Which Wilson Staff irons have the highest Moi?
Boasting the highest MOI of any iron from Wilson Staff, the Di9 has a slightly wider sole than its predecessor and a slightly lower-profile blade for even greater playability, especially at the longer end of the set.
What does the ‘di’ stand for in di9s?
The ‘Di’ stands for Distance irons, and the Di9s certainly deliver, with the bulk of the cavity weight located directly behind the sweet spot for a really solid strike. A mid-to-high launch angle generates plenty of carry.