Lower, wider, longer, straighter. This is where the emphasis was put in these irons to give you one of Wilson's most game -improving irons. The "lower" is the lower profile which moves the center of gravity down and makes the ball fly higher. "Wider" refers to the sole, which moves the center of gravity back for more stability, thus a longer and straighter ball flight.
I recommend these clubs for high handicappers, but not beginners. (Beginners should check out Wilson Fybrid Staffs.) The DI7 is one of the easiest clubs to hit on the market. They are very reasonably priced and will provide you with greater confidence.
However, I don't like the grips that come on the irons. They are hard. As you get better, you will definitely want to replace them.
Finally, if you think you need something a little more advanced, check out the Wilson Staff Di9 Men's Iron Set. These irons have a slightly smaller clubhead and a wider sole with a lower profile blade. This is beneficial if you are getting to the level where you want to work the ball.
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