Seniors: Slecting the Right Set of Irons for You:: Wilson Staff D7
Selecting the right golf clubs for you is an involved process. We are all different and because of our differences we need help. My suggestion is like anything. The quality of help will impact the quality of the results. A friend will likely tell you what you need based on limited information, and a golf pro (much better choice) may be motivated by a relationship with a name manufacturer, or worst the markup in one selection over another. Consider the source of your information, and then use that information to put you on the path of the right clubs for you. The clubs must feel right for you and your swing. You do not want to buy clubs that you need to adjust your swing to match the clubs, but find the clubs that match "your" swing.
If you have not heard about the Wilson Staff D7 irons. The reason may be more obvious when you think about it_ Why would another
golfer who's distance has improved several yards tell another golfer? You would rather make your friends think your game has improved. which is true
thanks to Wilson Staff D7 irons.
Seniors: Slecting the Right Wedges :: Kronus Wedges
How about wedges? I have found none better than "Kronus Wedges"
Look at the video below of the owner founder of Kronus Wedges. Check out this video. Here is how quality is made.
Seniors: Selecting the Right Driver for You:: Wilson Staff D7 Driver
A review by "Golf Disgest:"
Wilson Staff D7 Review. The Verdict: The D7 is about 30 grams lighter than the typical driver, but the way the weight is distributed helps boost distance. The grip, shaft and head are lighter than standard,
so you can swing the club faster. That speed boost also benefits from a more efficient head design.
I respect Golf Digest's opinion.
Now for my opinion. As a Senior Golfer, I have been content with only keeping the ball in play, but thanks to Wilson Staff I am enjoying golf more. Wilson has been around for many years but pretty much ignored by me. Then it was like I was introduced to them for the first time. Example. Normally if I found a Wilson ball in the rough I would toss it deeper into the rough or nearby water. Why?
The way I selected golf equipment was the more expensive, or played by a tour player qualified it has the best. And then the next time I found one I decided to play it mostly because I was having a really bad day, and I did not want to lose my good ones.
As you probably guessed the performance to the Wilson ball was very good. "What a find" a quality ball that fit my game and affordable. Don't tell Wilson, but their ball is under-priced. Our secret.
In my opinion one of the best deal is their "Wilson Duo Soft Spin" 2 dozen for $45.00.
With that being said_ gave me reason to check out their clubs.
It has kept me busy. Weeks of comparing them to other clubs, even to one oF old favorites Cobra. Let me say Cobra is a very good club, and my final decision of picking the D7 was based on FEEL, only about 5 yards difference, the despersion is tight.
Cobra very close in everyway, and I ended up putting the Cobra 3 wood in my bag. Good flight, distance, and feel. My
5 wood is the Wilson Staff D7
Life does not get better, and the price of beer has stayed the same.
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