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Wilson Golf- Staff FG Tour V2 Irons Steel

Item #: 07WILSTFGT2MRH
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Introducing the latest in tour-proven cavity-back forgings from Wilson Staff. The FG Tour V2 was an immediate success on Tour. It Read More
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  • Manufacturer: Wilson Golf
  • Model: FG Tour V2
  • SKU: 07WILSTFGT2MRH
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
  • Makeup/Loft: 3-PW (8 Irons)
  • Dexterity: Mens Right Handed
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  • Shaft: KBS Tour Steel
  • Grip: Wilson Stock Rubber
  • Length/Lie: Standard/Standard
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Introducing the latest in tour-proven cavity-back forgings from Wilson Staff. The FG Tour V2 was an immediate success on Tour. Its powerful, boring trajectory and extremely clean, classic setup with minimal offset provide the game's best players with truly the game's best irons.
Features:
  • Muscleback Feel in a Cavity Construction: Maximum amount of soft 8620 mild carbon steel directly behind the impact zone provides maximum feedback and positive feel
  • Specifically Designed for Wilson Tour Staff: 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
  • Tested and put into play immediately by Wilson Tour Staff Padraig Harrington, Ricky Barnes, and Kevin Streelman
  • Product Reviews

    Wilson Golf- Staff FG Tour V2 Irons Steel
    $799.99
    5 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
    David
    Hot Springs, AR
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Good Irons for a good player
    March 12, 2014
    Balanced, good look, good feel, and good sweet spot. I bought these 6 months ago and they have worked very well.
    Pros:
    Good set of irons.
    Cons:
    I am a 3 handicap. I would not recommend these for a high handicapper. The look is that of a blade club although they have a graduating sole. But, very solid.

    AJ
    "Houston, TX"
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    More bang for your buck
    June 6, 2013
    I had been looking for a new set of clubs for sometime. I previously played the Cleveland 588 MB irons, but the clubs were lost by the airline while traveling. When I mentioned that I was looking for new clubs, but more of a tour iron just not over 1k, one of the golf pros at my course recommended I try these the Staff FG Tour V2. I was skeptical when he said Wilson b/c they hadn't been a real player in the golf market since the 80's, but my pro hadn't steered me wrong before. I tested the clubs and only after 10 ball strikes I was sold. They are really beautifully classic in design, but the feel and ease in ability to work the ball were what sold me. I'm a single digit handicapper 6.4, but I struggled controlling ball flight and working the ball with cuts, fades, and trap draws with my Cleveland irons. the Tour V2 seemed to just make those shots much easier, and I found myself maintaining alot of yardage even on off center strikes which wasn't the case with my previous set. All in all the clubs are remarkable and legitimate tour quality, but much more reasonable at $700 to $800 (I got mine for a little less than $620 using my club discounts and rebate) than spending over $1k for the Titleist or Mizuno tour irons I originally was interested in. Loved the clubs so much I even picked up the FG tour V2 wedges 52, and the new FG tour Traction Control wedge- 56 degree. Been playing them both for a month and alread dropped my handicap to 5.3 primarily off the approaches inside of 100 yds with the 56 degree. It allows me to really trap the ball and put alot of spin even on punch shots. All in all I think a low to mid handicapper will be pleasantly surprised by these clubs and what they do for your game.
    Pros:
    - forgiveness and workability -rounded topline, soft leading edge and weight distribution around the cavity encourages more consistency in trajectory and shot distance even on off center strikes -classic look, it has a top end look, not cheap in anyway. -easy to get the long irons 3-5 iron in the air. -KBS shaft comes stock - great sound on center hits. It is really crisp and doesn't feel like you hit the ball at all. Very pure and wonderful feel especially with tour balls, but even distance balls feel soft of the clubface on center strikes.
    Cons:
    - the standard grip could have been a little better - slightly larger head than other players irons so if you like a small face it may take a while to get used to them

    Jeremy
    Roslyn, NY
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    WS FG Tour Irons
    August 11, 2012
    The real deal. Try these before you slap down the one grand for Titleist, Mizuno, or TM irons. They're worth a measuring test!

    Mike
    Ottawa, Canada
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Soft soft soft
    June 20, 2012
    Great irons to play with, I gained distance since I feel confident swinging them and when they hit right they just feel awesome. New ball flight is slightly lower in trajectory, but for me that's a good thing. Still sticking greens. The narrow topline is awesome and as long as you're a consistent ball striker (read: not the greatest but don't mishit a lot) then you'll benefit from these irons IMHO.
    Pros:
    Price Feel Distance Looks
    Cons:
    Would have preferred slightly stickier grips. My hands seem to slip slightly once and awhile but that's largely personal preference. Not nearly enough of an issue for me to regret my purchase.

    Hendo
    Australia
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Soft as Butter!
    February 23, 2012
    Tried mizuno mp53 , titleist ap2's these are much better. They are all about the same in length,but the wilsons have more feel , better to look at over the ball and the KBS shafts are incredible. Great bang for your buck.
    Pros:
    feel looks shafts grips price
    Cons:
    if wilson make these beter next year, i will have to get them too.