Wilson Staff C100 Irons
Wilson Staff C100 Irons
C100 Iron Set
Massive Distance and Control
The new C100 Irons combine beauty with functionality. Its optimal head shape with a large, unsupported face and Wilson's thinnest and strongest stainless steel material to date gives golfers both control and distance.
An optimal size head design with a sleek mirror black PVD finish and contrasting face, sole and Exoskeleton features promote visible technology and confidence at address.
Exoskeleton weighting accounts for one-third of the total head mass, maximizing the MOI and forgiveness while still maintaining a midsize head shape.
A stronger, stainless steel material allows for the thinnest-faced Wilson Staff Control (C) iron yet, creating faster ball speeds and longer distances.
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Wilson Staff C100 Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The Staff C100 is Wilson Staff’s control version of a Game Improvement iron. It features Ecoskeleton Technology that delivers extreme stability on off-center hits. The Ecoskeleton accounts for one-third of the total head mass, maximizing MOI and forgiveness, while still maintaining a mid-sized head. For increased ball speeds and more distance a stronger, stainless steel material allows for the thinnest-faced C-head ever. The sleek black PVD finish, contrasting face, and sole promotes confidence at address.
Who's It For?
I would have said in the past that Game Improvement irons are more for 18+ handicappers. Purists most likely will still walk by this section in the stores, but so be it. Now, pretty much any type of player can play this class of Game Improvement irons without hesitation, and there is one main reason. What held back the better players in previous years from using this class of iron was the hot spots, or jumpers as they’re called, which creates inconsistent distances from the same club number. The OEM’s have done a fabulous job correcting this issue with better technology in head and groove design.
In my hands, the Staff C100 reminds me of my Taylormade Burner 2.0s. Maybe it’s just the rich black finish that makes me feel this way, but upon further investigation I did notice a much more rounded toe area. The head provided a slightly higher ball flight for me, but with a solid feel. Sometimes these lighter weight shafts, like the C100 Lightweight Shaft, will add some extra loft because of their slightly softer tip section. If you like the look of black iron heads, be sure to have a look at the C100 model from Wilson Staff.
Club Tested: 7-Iron; Shaft: C100 Lightweight Shaft; Loft: 32°Read the 2015 Game Improvement Irons Guide