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Wilson Dd6 460cc Drivers Review

Wilson Dd6 460cc


Description
  • ETF Technology
  • L-POD Weighting
  • Nano Tech Shaft
  • Higher launch angle



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Review Date
December 22, 2009

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Ross Murdoch ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson DD6+ 10.5

Summary:
I always found the driver an intimidating club, the slightest mistake resulting in a wayward shot. My driver previously was a Cobra Gravity back thing from 7 years ago. I picked up the Wilson DD6 in very good condition on eBay for £30. I hit about 30 balls on the range and every one of them flew straight and true, over 250+ of carry and another 3-50 yards of roll. I then took it on the course where it performed just as well. The forgiveness is unbelievable, and at address the club gives you great confidence. I really went for it on one hole (this usually resulted in a wayward shot previously) and was rewarded with a huge, penetrating drive.

Customer Service:
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Similar Products Used:
Wilson Fat-shaft irons.



Review Date
April 28, 2009

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Sam ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson DD6

Summary:
I just bought the Wilson Staff Dd6. It is amazing. It looks great and feels good to hold. It sets up slightly closed. Even though it is very light you can still feel the head all the way through the swing. Just an overall good club...a joy to play



Review Date
June 2, 2008

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 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: Norge ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
DD6 w/ V2 Shaft 10.5*

Summary:
At best an average driver. Ballflight is medium to low. The feel is muted but adequate. Suited more for lower handicappers than mid to high. A very capable driver for manipulating the ballflight. A good stable head through impact with very little twisting.
A reasonable compromise between price and performance but not as long as some of the other offerings from the "big dogs".

Customer Service:
none

Similar Products Used:
many



Review Date
May 20, 2008

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 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: gouga8383 ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Dd6 10* Stiff

Summary:
This is a good driver and the best i have used yet. The sound, to me, is very appealing. But I do tend to slice or fade the ball with it. Also the ball goes very high. Overall a decent driver but if you have a bigger budget go with something else.

Similar Products Used:
Wilson Deep Red, Ben Hogan C-S3



Review Date
February 24, 2008

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: scooter_low_shooter ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
wilson staff dd6

Summary:
very forgiving, almost too forgiving as it isnt easy to feel a perfect centre hit. but the shaft pfro force v2- brilliant. a lot of pros use it and i highly reccomend it. this took over my ld tm r7 draw, and it goes much further and straighter, eith the 10 degrees loft, right up there with the burners and the sasquatches of this world

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n/a

Similar Products Used:
r7 draw, callaway big bertha, jack nicklaus ez-up, taylor made burner



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