Written on: 26/10/2011 by olahgolf (1 review written)
hi, my first irons were a mx17 mizuno great irons however there were wide cavity and graphite shaft.... anyway you can pzt pzt the ball fire it up easy,,,, then I though I could play with MB660 blades and I was hitting good but it make me trouble with zero forgiving with a spudid regular shafts on it..... they I bought different clubs.... I found the Ci7 on the internet for 160usd for the 4-GW it is a very nice price! game improvement nice looking not oversize mid size not wide clubs gave... (read more)
Written on: 31/12/2010
Despite being just thirteen years of age, I am a golf fanatic and play at every available opportunity. Due to some erratic growth spurts I was forced to purchase mens clubs and struggled to find game improvement clubs at a reasonable price. After some vigorous investigation however I came across the Wilson Staff ci7 irons and was very impressed. My father was then able to negotiate a deal which included a tw9 tour milled wedge for free. As expected I took my new irons to the range soon after... (read more)
Written on: 28/09/2010
Have purchased a set of Ci7 about 3 weeks ago. They play beautifully, much better than my previous set, the TM R7s. The problems with the R7s were: graphite shaft too soft and resulted in strange ball flights (used the standard REAX 65 grams); the camber of the irons was just too much, resulting in poors shots from dry fairways.
The Ci7 have very little camber and bounce, so the strike on the ball is truer, you don't get a nasty "bounce" effect off the turf. The graphite shafts I have are... (read more)
Written on: 14/07/2010
I played with the callaway big birtha 06 irons for the last two years. I was looking for a players club as the big birtha were starting to feel a little chuncky. I was wanting to hit the ball with more accuracy and unable to work the ball from right to left. I bought these irons because a friend had a set and said they were as close as you could get to a blade without sacrificing forgiveness. I have to tell you i was not a fan of wilson! come on wilson??? Do yourself a favor and buy some... (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2009
i am a club nut, mostly irons. i've hit everything!!!! live in az. and go to every demo day i can find, spend all day, everyday, hitting hundreds even thousands of balls in two or three days, with demo clubs. could not believe wilson staff made such a great set of clubs. spent 6 days total, trying all the different irons and kept coming back to these--- i know, i should get a life!!! buy 2-3 sets of irons a year and then sell them. about a 5 handicap and play 4-5 rounds a week!!! ci7's... (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2009
I've played many brand of iron sets in last fes years. I stop now at the WIlson Staff ci7. The club is looking good and generate the extreme performance. The ball go longer and higher than my previous clubs. I can hit the long iron very easy. (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2008
The clubs are as close to a players club that you can get.
Being lefty and hard to find clubs to try these were the ticket after hitting Cleveland and Ping and Taylor Made. Extremely long and also forgiving.
Looks inspire confidence, all my buddies are drooling over the irons. But I'm lefty they can't hit them! (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2008
Fab set of clubs. Pefect ballance of quality and value for money. the shafts are about 3/4 inch longer than standard which suits me perfectly. I get at least one club more distance with these than my other set which are pings. I do think the polished finish will take looking after, but i do care for my clubs anyway. These clubs also play with a heavier swing weight which help you to swing with a rythmn.
I picked up a nearly new set for £149 from a retailer which is three times less that my... (read more)
Written on: 12/11/2008 by cdecker (1 review written)
I am a pretty good player. Don't carry a handicap(other than my brain) Normally shoot around 78 or so. Never written a review before, but felt the need to express my satisfaction with these clubs. The ci7's are the best looking irons I have ever seen. If you just look at them it instills confidence. I like the way they look at setup, love the feel and distance. Distance is approx 1 club longer than my old clubs. Very easy to work the ball. These clubs are not going to drop your average score... (read more)
Written on: 12/11/2008
Great overall club, highly recommend a test. So much forgiveness form the Wilson Staff Ci7 irons, with a great head and not too much offset. Very very good value, especially if you get a used set. I picked mine up almost new from American Golf Discount for £149, with asteel shaft. (read more)
Written on: 28/09/2008
Not as easy to hit as other irons I have tried, but not as hard as some. Kind of middle of the pack. Feel of the club is great. Makes me feel like I'm really swinging the club great when I hit it well, but tells me I mis-hit and how I did it when I hit it wrong. Great club for the money. I really like the Wilson Staff Ci7 irons Big increase in length. Immediate feedback on shot. (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2008
Only been playing steady golf about 1.5 years, with 17 handicap. These clubs blow away my old Adams which were still pretty good clubs and still adjusting to the much longer distance. Probably at least 1, if not 2 clubs longer. Would highly recommend to low to mid handicappers, especially for the price. (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2008
These Wilson Staff Ci7 are a fantastic club, I played off 19 4 months ago and now I'm off 14 due to these clubs, I now get the distance due to my strong swing but also I have found that I get more control and straight shots.
Totally recommended - i'm now a Wilson fan totally. (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2008
I hit the Wilson Ci7's longer and straighter than my current irons and all others that I hit at the PGA Superstore including the Ping G-10, Calloway Big Bertha's, Cobra S-9, and the Cleveland HI-Bores . The results followed me to the course. Longer shafts, good feel, good forgiveness, and very good distance (read more)
Written on: 06/07/2008 by Mrjackalope (1 review written)
I tried all of the sample clubs the PGA Superstore, Golfsmith, Golf Galaxy and Edwin Watts had. Cleveland, Adams, Cobra, Callaway, Nike, Mizuno, Bridgestone and Nickent. I was at the point of deciding between the Cobra FPII ' s and the Callaway X20 ' s.
During this fretting period I began re reading the Golf Digest and Golf Magazine club reviews. I had ignored what Golf Magazine rated as the #1 game improvement iron: The Wilson Pro Staff Di7.
Wilson is what we played with when we... (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2008 by Chaser184 (1 review written)
Played the Ping G5 prior to these after finally giving up the players clubs (Titleist 735). Needed something to give me some help when the swing wasn't quite right and the G5's did a good job, but because of the extreme offset, was getting too much help to the left side of the fairway. These Wilson's fit the bill with the lesser offset.
These CI7's are extremely long (but are a little over in standard length and the lofts are bent a touch stronger). They provide good, solid feedback, so... (read more)
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