Types of Wilson Golf Clubs

By Marc Jenkins

For more than 50 years, the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. has been making golf clubs and other sporting equipment. Wilson makes almost every type of club available on the market including drivers, hybrids, irons, woods and putters. In this piece we will focus on the Spine 460 driver, the Staff Pi7 Performance Irons and the FYbrid Utility Wood. Learn about some of their specs and construction materials as well as when to use these clubs.

Wilson Spine 460 Driver

The Wilson Spine 460 driver has a complete body, crown and face constructed of titanium and a graphite shaft which is available in regular, senior and stiff flexes. The 460 cubic centimeter clubhead size and the low center of gravity is designed to allow players to drive the ball further and more accurately. The Wilson Spine 460 driver can be purchased for under $100.

Wilson Staff Pi7 Performance Irons

The Wilson Staff Pi7 Performance Irons is a complete 3-9 iron and pitching wedge collection that has a cast iron construction and unique True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel shaft which is available in either regular or steel flexes. This set is designed for golfers with a low or mid handicap. The Wilson Staff Pi7 Performance Iron set can be purchased available for under $400.

Wilson FYbrid Fairway Utility Wood

The Wilson FYbrid Fairway Utility Wood has a complete stainless steel construction of the body, crown and face. The graphite shaft is offered in three flex choices (regular, senior and stiff) and is one of the lightest clubs of its type. The club can be purchased for around $80.

About The Author

Marc Jenkins has been writing since 2008. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, and he is also co-host of the Double Play Sports Hour, a sports talk radio show on WBCR 1090AM in New York City. He studied English and mass communications at Virginia State University.


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