WILSON STAFF C200 IRONS Review

    WILSON STAFF C200 IRONS Review




    The WILSON STAFF C200 irons are retailing for $799 in the steel version and $899 for the graphite one. The C particle stands for "crossover" and that means the WILSON STAFF C200 are built for a special niche of golfers, i.e. the ones who prefer a mix of distance and accuracy, with a touch of playability right down the middle, for added fun. At a first glance, the WILSON STAFF C200 irons look like they were designed for mid-handicappers. Wilson Golf put their latest and greatest technologies into these babies and I must mention the FLX face, which combines 2 technologies into one, well...concept. If it sounds complicated, rest assured, I will tell you everything about it in a jiffy.

    So, in layman's terms, the FLX face consists of a series of specially designed slots, located around the area/perimeter where the face of the club and the body meet. The face is built using 431 stainless steel and you should know that approximately 76% of the respective face is not connected to the body directly. Wilson chose an interesting approach by filling the aforementioned slots with a special compound, namely TE031 urethane, in order to block debris from entering the club, but mainly for improving the feel and sound at ball impact. Basically, these clubs are all about confidence and high-ball trajectory, and Wilson really did a good job in my view. If you're looking for improved distance and great accuracy from a midsize head, the WILSON STAFF C200 are an excellent choice, especially if you're a mid to high handicap golfer. After playing a few rounds, I must tell you that these babies exceeded my expectations, especially in terms of forgiveness and feel. Bottom line, if you're on the market for exceptional performance, enhanced distance and a club that looks and plays like no other in its price bracket, just give the WILSON STAFF C200 iron a chance, you won't regret it a bit!