Six top-of-the-range game improvement irons for 2012 that will help spring your game into action

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Andy Roberts
Wed, 7 Mar 2012


Wilson Golf Black Ci11

It’s not just Sophie Horn that provides the hot stuff for Wilson in 2012 following the launch of these fourth-generation black Ci11 game-improvement irons.

Aimed at golfers looking to make the transition to the 'better player' category, Wilson says its new range delivers ‘maximum playability, power and forgiveness.’

Wilson claims its Ci11 irons deliver a crisp feel at impact through a one-piece, soft-response insert concealed in a 431 stainless steel head to dampen vibration from miss-hits, while the colouring helps reduce that irritating glare at address.

Re-engineered ‘exoskeleton’ weighting in the Ci11 irons provides forgiveness and stability, says Wilson, by positioning weight towards the heel and toe.

Ci11 irons are available with True Temper TX Flighted steel shafts, Aldila VS Proto II graphite shafts or withWilson’s exclusive patent-pending Half & Half shafts.

RRP £429 (4-PW; steel) and £499 (4-PW; graphite) at

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