Wilson Staff FG Tour V2 Irons

Model Year:  2012

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Features and benefits of the Wilson Staff 2012 FG Tour V2 Irons:

  • Maximum amount of soft 8620 mild carbon steel directly behind the impact zone provides maximum feedback and positive feel.
  • Precise weight distributed across the cavity and around the perimeter optimizes MOI for added forgiveness.
  • Thin, rounded topline and a softer leading edge radius into the hosel imply discreet offset and promote superior setup and target alignment for the better player.
  • 'Best on Test' awards in the March 2012 issue of Today's Golfer.

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marra35    21/07/2017

I've picked the wilson fg v2 tour clubs with a steel shaft and have found them very easy to use as I have been using graphite clubs for some years and not had the consistency to push down my hadicap. But with my new clubs i can see an improvement already as this was needed in my swing..

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marra35    21/07/2017

I've picked the v2 tour with a steel shaft and have found them very easy to use as I have been using a graphite

Five stars Superb forged irons

EborGooner    20/06/2017

Only hit these a few times on the range, and once on the course. They look like a traditional blade when addressing the ball, with a smaller head than is usual, but I like that. Easy to hit, they are consistent, with some forgiveness but plenty of feedback through the club and hands. I'm looking forward to using them, and expect to create a fair few birdie opportunities.

Five stars Superb forged irons

EborGooner    20/06/2017

Only hit these a few times on the range, and once on the course. They look like a traditional blade when addressing the ball, with a smaller head than is usual, but I like that. Easy to hit, they are consistent, with some forgiveness but plenty of feedback through the club and hands. I'm looking forward to using them, and expect to create a fair few birdie opportunities.

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