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Wilson Deep Red Fat Shaft Irons Review

Wilson Deep Red Fat Shaft


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Large, oversize face area allows for larger sweetspot for maximum forgiveness on off-center hits


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Review Date
April 6, 2014

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Reviewed by: Aaron ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson Deep Red

Summary:
I loved golf, but was never very good at it. When I got these clubs everything changed. The difference these clubs have made is amazing. I found them on craigslist and they are the original Deep Red - not Deep Red II etc. I have now joined the local golf club and golf has become my main hobby. I golf about 4 times a week. You can't go wrong with these clubs. I have plenty of money and can buy any clubs I want. I'm sticking with these because they work VERY VERY well for me and no other reason.



Review Date
November 5, 2012

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Reviewed by: Moe Syslak ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson Deep Red Fat shaft Irons

Summary:
Picked up a set of these irons off craigslist and couldn't be happier.I had been playing Ben Hogan BH5's and even thoiugh i liked thenm i just didn't get enough distance from them. I've always liked Wilson and these have bneen top notch clubs for me.

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Similar Products Used:
Wilson 1200GE, Ben Hogan BH5



Review Date
January 14, 2012

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Mark ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson Deep Red fat shaft irons

Summary:
These clubs are very good..I am a 12 handicapper and every time from 155 m out
from the the green , I hit the dancing floor. I personally think that Wilson has not capitalised on the technology of these clubs. I am buying the Di11 fat shafts now and I would like to see if these clubs are an improvement on the Deep Red Fat shafts. I tried 20X Callaways,but they are not the same



Review Date
June 16, 2009

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: BigBL87 ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Wilson Deep Red Fat Shaft Irons

Summary:
I picked up these clubs a number of years ago when I finally decided to get somewhat serious about golf. Distance was never a problem, so I was looking for irons that would seriously help my control and was willing to sacrifice a little distance for it.

I did my research and decided on a set of Wilson Deep Reds. I got them used off of Ebay, and they are lengthened about 1.5 inches longer than standard (I'm 6'5"). They aren't custom fitted by any means, but they are a lot better than my previous set of irons as far as feel at address goes.

These irons accomplished exactly what I wanted them to. I have become much more consistent, especially with my mid irons. I have lost about 5-10 yards off of each club, but as stated before, as a long hitter looking for better control, I was prepared to make that sacrifice.

The clubs definitely feel heavier than any set I've used, which is a quality I like in them. Having played baseball and softball for years, I wanted a little bit heftier of a club.

I'd definitely recommend these for long hitters that need more consistency.

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Review Date
June 15, 2009

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Reviewed by: Jim ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
wilson deep red fat shaft irons

Summary:
My deep red fat shafts were my 1st quality set of irons (I learned the game playing with MacGregors). I've hit many irons since getting my wilsons a few years ago, and have not found any that I can hit as straight / far / consistantly. These irons are distinctive and heavy - as long as you're not scared of that, they're well worth the investment!



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