Wilson Staff C200 Irons

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Wilson Staff C200 Irons (4.70), Reviews (23)
The Wilson Staff C200 irons push innovation to unforeseen limits. Designed for the Crossover player seeking a midsize head shape and moderate offset, the C200 yields distances not available from traditional irons, while still offering best-in-class feel.

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C200 Irons

Crossover Player Approved

At 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™ Technology

FLX 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 Holes

Nine Power Holes surrounding the perimeter of the club head allow the face to flex upon impact for extreme distance.

TE031 Urethane

Premium 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


I am hitting TONS more greens than before.
I got a set of these a few months ago in steel w/regular flex, my impressions: 1. They go one club farther than my previous irons (Adams Idea a7OS). Gap wedge for me typically goes about 120, and then a 10-yard gap for each club down to the 6 (which for me goes about 170 on the fly). I don't hit the 4 or 5 because I have hybrids for those. Note that those distances are with a very smooth, easy swing. 2. I love these clubs, BUT you CAN NOT over swing them. If I swing REALLY easy and smooth I get a good shot, but if I over swing I get a terrible connection. And I had to get used to hitting these clubs. It seems like to get a good shot you have to trap the ball more than with my previous irons. But you're supposed to trap the ball, so they've actually made me improve my swing. But because over swinging seems to result in bad connections more, this tells me that the sweet spot is definitely smaller than on a typical game improvement iron. 3. The stronger lofts on the clubs strangely doesn't seem to affect ball flight. I hit the 8-GW nice and high, and seem to have a medium ball flight with the 6-7. 4. I am hitting TONS more greens from 150 and in. One problem though is that I have trouble hitting less than a full shot with the gap wedge - that is gauging distance - so I literally find myself trying to NOT get closer than 110-120 to the green. I'd rather be 120 than 70 out. But again, I'm hitting WAY MORE GREENS than before. Overall awesome. Not quite as forgiving as typical over sized game-improvement irons, but awesome for me (I shoot mid-80s).
Bargain !!!
Clubs arrived quickly and in perfect condition. I like the look and feel of the Wilson Staff C200 irons and best price I could find. (Thx Golf Discount) Being a hacker and only played these a few times I'm not qualified to give an assessment but I hope these irons live up to the game improvement hype.
Great Irons
I don't get any more or less distance than my other set of irons (Mizuno JPX 900). I get great feel, great trajectory, and spot on accuracy. A smooth swing with a small draw gives me great confidence and makes the game easy and fun. Very under rated irons. As a low single digit handicapper, I can only say give them a try, it will not disappoint.
Great irons
I had been thinking about the first set of irons I played with, and finally made the decision to purchase the Wilson Staff C200. Not exactly sure if my original set is Wilson Staffs even had a model back in 1967. I do remember I hit them very well back then, and have found the C200 set just as forgiving and I am hitting them further than the pings I had been using. Now that I have several rounds played I will be keeping the set, and replacing the standard grips with an mid-size grip that is better for these aging hands.
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Experience Wilson Staff
Got a great deal on some great clubs. These came in great condition and were just what I wanted.
Wilson C200 irons are amazing
These irons are such an underrated set. Buy these while you still can.
C200 irons
Really like these irons. Easy to hit and ball feels really good coming off of them. Best value out there!
C200 Irons
Very pleased. Great deal on very nice easy to hit irons.
C200 irons
Love the new clubs. Used them 3 times and my game has improved 8 strokes.
C200 irons review
These irons are nothing short than amazing. They hit the ball more than a club longer than my old irons, but, are extremely forgiving (especially for their size). These feel great to hit, and instill confidence after a mere few hits. I would rexxomend these clubs to everyone and anyone
wilson irons c200
great irons, great price, quick shipping. thanks
The clubs arrived in short order. They are exactly as described. I could not be more pleased.
Best irons that I've ever
Best irons that I've ever hit. Excellent price from Golf Discount, and great service.
Perfect weight and balance. Getting 10 to 15 yards more with every club. Very satisfied, recommend to all my friends.
I have played with them twice. You can really work the ball with these. Great for mid-handicappers. I used to have Wilson Di9 irons from about 8 years ago. These are a great improvement from those and just great all around product from Wilson Staff yet again.
These clubs are effing awesome!!

Expert Review

Wilson Staff C200 Irons Expert Review

Written By: Bob Gomavitz

Player Stats:
  • Age: 57
  • Handicap: 4.6
  • Years Playing Golf: 45
  • Being an absolute equipment junkie, I was approached by to write reviews and share my findings with you. Having been chosen to write a number of Taylormade product reviews for I felt that this is an excellent opportunity to put my knowledge to use.


The Takeaway

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.

Final Take

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


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