Wilson Wilson Staff FW6 Forged Wedges

Wilson Wilson Staff FW6 Forged Wedges 


No club inspires more creative shot-making options than the much-copied Wilson Staff forged wedge. Draw inspiration from the legendary moments accomplished with forbearers of this completely new series as you settle over your next challenging approach shot.
Fluid Feel Bore-Through Shaft
The exclusive bore-through shaft shifts weight to create its renowned fluid feel and response.
8620 Carbon Steel
Each Fw6 wedge is handcrafted from the softest 8620 carbon steel for the ultimate in feel and shot feedback.
True Temper Dynamic Gold® Shaft
Tour Proven and meticulously weight sorted True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts in a .355 taper tip help maximise control and accuracy


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[Oct 20, 2009]
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Gap Wedge (52), Sand (56), Lob (60)

These wedges look absolutely gorgeous- Much better than anything else on the market these days in my opinion. Sadly, these aren't made anymore and have been replaced by the Tw7 and the current model TW9.

I initially bought the 56 degree sand iron to finish my off my set of Wilson Staff Pi5's. I thought the sand wedge performed very well - excellent feel on chips and pitches, good out of the sand and rough. I have subsequently purchased the 52 degree gap and 60 degree lob to finish the set. The gap doesn't hit as far as a Cleveland cg12 or a Titleist Vokey, but I much prefer the feel of FW6 because it is forged. My experience with forged clubs is that they can feel a little 'dead' when not hit sweet. These wedges are a little like that which funnily enough I think is a good thing because it demands focus and concentration to get that perfect strike.

Spin wise, they don't spin like a Titleist Spin Mill but I rarely spin the ball back anyway... a couple of hops then stop is fine for me.

Now the best bit... Price. Because these are no longer made, I picked the sand wedge up for £27, and the gap and lob for £39 each on ebay (left handed) which I thought was a real bargain.

Overall, a great looking forged wedge offering plenty of feel and shot feedback

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