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Diamonds in the Rough
Edwin Watts golf offers some superb products that you definitely don't want to overlook. If they didn't get there deserved share of media fanfare when first coming to the market, then now is your chance to prosper. They're great pieces of equipment that can really boost your game and lower your score. And regardless of if they've been out in the market for a while of brand new to it, our Watts Experts have tested them out in the field and found them to be more than worthwhile. So here are some Diamonds In The Rough that will keep you out of the rough. We've found these gems to be terrific values for your game. We highly suggest you give them strong consideration.
Wilson DI11 Mens Iron Sets Steel
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Wilson Di11 Irons
During Di11 testing, a player at the end of the range hit bomb after bomb as players gathered, admiring the consistently powerful ball flight and the unmistakable sound of a crisp strike. As we explained the technical aspects of the club- the low CG, ultra-wide sole, largest sweet spot, torsional stability- this player turned and announced, "Boys, don't worry about all that. Just hit it, and you'll get it." We couldn't agree more.
- Largest Sweetspot/ Highest Ball Speed - Competitive Testing and Evaluation identified a sweet spot 36% larger than super game improvement irons from Taylormade, Ping, and Callaway. The same tests also showed the highest ball velocity off the face of the club.
- Wide Sole and Low CG - A modified exoskeleton pulls weight low to promote a higher ball flight, and back--away from the face- for greater head stability and straighter ball flight.
- Wide-Tip Technology - 85% of all shots are struck from the center of the toe to the club. Wilson's patented wide-tip shaft technology negates the twisting on these off-center hits to promote straighter, longer ball flight.
- Elastomeric Coating - A generous coating of lightweight elastomer (like that used on the underside of bridges to dampen structurally-damaging vibration) reduces vibration on off-center hits.