Di7 irons

Combines wide sole, cavity back clubhead technology with low torque high performance shafts. Claims largest sweet spot in terms of carry distance, most forgiveness on shots struck near the toe and straightest hits within a tight dispersion area. Club incorporates Elstomeric paint coating to dampen vibration. Choice of True Temper TX 105 lightweight steel shafts or UST V2 graphite. Available to demo from October in right and left-handed models

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PRICE: £349.00     YEAR: from 2006

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Di7 irons
Submitted by Golfmagic on Mon, 30 Oct 2006
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I am a high handicapper who with the help of a pro is working on my game. I was ready for my first custom fitted irons. As a player of Wilson clubs I tried and fell in love with the DI7's. Through the pro I was able to obtain 3 iron to PW rather than the standard 4 to SW and had the FW7 forged gap wedge thrown in free (fantastic club). With a half inch on the shafts, two degrees upright and topped off with my favourite GP Tour Velvet cord grips it was in a whole new world of iron play. These clubs are advertised as a club longer than the rest and they are at least that but the big thing for me is the ball flys high and straight at the target, even mis hits will be on line. I love these clubs.

Strengths

These are well balanced clubs with plenty of weight low down and back. Very easy to get the ball high and straight even with the longer clubs and the fat shafts (they do not look at all out of place) ensure even mis hits toward the toe sent the ball straight at the target.

Weaknesses

None at all, I have even discovered the delights of back spin.

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Submitted by Trevor Hughes on Sat, 05/05/2007 - 17:35

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These clubs outperform many more expensive clubs in "tests" the adverts will tell you. Since I purchased a set for under

Strengths

Throughout the bag theese clubs are long, straight, generate good height also feel great leaving the club face and they look the part as well.

Weaknesses

If they have a weakness I haven't found it in any club in my bag.

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Submitted by Greg Begy on Tue, 07/08/2007 - 16:15

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An excellent set of irons for the mid to high handicapper.

Strengths

Long, forgiving and reliable at a truely bargain price. These are not much more expensive than some of the budget makes but the quality is superb.

Weaknesses

There is a large difference in loft between the pitching and sand wedge necessitating the purchase of a gap wedge. No option to replace the 4 iron with a hybrid.

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Submitted by Des Cross on Wed, 19/09/2007 - 16:18

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Extreemly happy and would reccomend them gladly. I have been a Fat Shaft believer/user for some years and urge others to try them.

Strengths

Ideal clubs for mid-handicappers. Quite forgiving but perform well when used correctly.

Weaknesses

Crafty lofts imply better distances, when will manufacturers have to put degree of loft on the club as opposed to a number?

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Submitted by Happytab on Wed, 02/01/2008 - 13:19

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These are a great buy - I had them fitted and have half an inch longer then standard and 2 degrees upright. First round I couldnt hit them but that was me having a problem with Irons - sorted that out for the second round as was all over the pin like a rash. Such a solid feel as well (although thinning the ball will leave your hands tingling for a while). All in all highly recommended.

Strengths

These Irons are long - at least a club longer then my previous Irons. They are also very forgiving - a winning combination for any set of Irons

Weaknesses

The shiney high gloss finish on the soles of the clubs is wearing already, after just two rounds. Am I being anal ?

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Submitted by Booty on Tue, 22/01/2008 - 00:04

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Iron play has been my weakness these irons definatly improve your accuracy and distance, I would say to be fair I have needed 6 rounds to adjust to the feel they are long and straight like they say as long as your swing is resonably consistant,these clubs are very good value for any mid to high handicapper also nice lookers if thats your Folly.

Strengths

Well I can actually hit the 4 iron off the carpet a lot easier than other brands,which speaks volumes for the rest they are consistant,providing your swing is decent.

Weaknesses

If they have a weakness I personly don,t like the sand iron I cannot judge distances revert to a seperate brand of wedge in my opinion ,Gap wedge is good though.

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Submitted by the ferret on Tue, 29/04/2008 - 18:56

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I BOUGHT THESE WITH GRAPHITE SHAFTS WHILST IN FLORIDA, THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY SUPERB THE PROFORCE V2 SHAFTS ARE ACTUALLY THICKER AT THE TIP THAN THE ONES THAT YOU CAN BUY HERE SO THEY ARE EVEN MORE FORGIVING,ANYONE FROM A 5 HANDICAPPER UP SHOULD DEMO THESE IRONS YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED.

Strengths

LONG, STRAIGHT,AND VERY FORGIVING.

Weaknesses

NONE WHAT SO EVER

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