Wilson Staff C200 Irons
Wilson Staff C200 Irons
Crossover Player ApprovedAt the core of the C200 design is the proprietary FLX Face Technology, which minimizes the contact points between the body and the thin face. These minimized contact points – combined with a series of Power Holes around the entire perimeter of the face – maximize face flex upon impact, resulting in increased ball speed and distance. The Power Holes, or literal holes that surround the head completely and provide the space for the face to flex, are filled with TE031 Urethane to provide improved sound and outstanding feel.
Flex Face™ TechnologyFLX Face technology minimizes the contact points between the thin face and the club head for maximum face flex upon impact. 76% of the topline, toe and sole perimeter is freed from contact to the body, limiting contact to only 24% of the perimeter.
Power HolesNine Power Holes surrounding the perimeter of the club head allow the face to flex upon impact for extreme distance.
TE031 UrethanePremium urethane filling seals the Power Holes for improved sound and feel.
- Standard Steel Shaft: KBS Tour 90
- Standard Graphite Shaft: Aldila Rogue Pro
- Standard Grip: Lamkin Crossline Black
Wilson Staff C200 Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The FLX Face Technology minimizes the contact points of the face to the club head to only 24% of the perimeter, freeing up 76% for maximum face flex and ball speed upon impact. Nine Power Holes allow the face to flex upon impact for extreme distance. TEO31 Urethane fills the power holes for improved sound and feel characteristics.
Who's It For?
These irons are for the player who is looking for a blend between a players club at address with distance and accuracy related technology incorporated. So, a very large group of players will enjoy these irons, but they are mainly for mid-low to mid-high handicaps.
The first thing I noticed at address from the Wilson Staff C200 is the 3 Power Pockets along the top line. While different at first, I don’t feel it is anything that could be considered distracting. It was an excellent feeling iron that produced a very tight dispersion with above average distance. In fact, one of the best feeling distance oriented irons that I tried. One side note, the Lamkin Grips seemed very small on these clubs so I recommend keeping that in mind if you have larger hands.
Club Tested: 7-Iron Shaft: KBS Tour 120; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 32°Read the 2016 Game Improvement Irons Guide