Released during the week of the U.S. Open in Wisconsin and just in time for Independence Day, the limited-edition line of patriotic irons feature an eye-catching design.
These Limited-Edition Irons feature a blue PVD finish on the KBS Tour 80 steel shaft and head. The power holes have a contrasting red urethane fill. A crisp white Lamkin grip completes the all-American look.
Wilson has pushed for technological innovation as it seeks to gain the upper hand against its competitors. The golf giant’s commitment to innovation is seen in these irons as they feature the latest in golfing technology. The D in PVD stands for distance, and that is exactly what the Limited-Edition Irons were designed to produce.
These clubs feature FLX Face Technology, a new technology from Wilson. This engineering allows more than 75 percent of the clubface to be free from the body—resulting in a maximum bend. This produces a powerful launch and greater distance. The urethane-filled power holes also help increase range by minimising contact points between the club head and the face, which allows the face to flex upon contact. This flexibility leads to extreme distance, improved feel and better accuracy. Heel-toe weighting is positioned on the extreme perimeter of the clubhead. This helps increase MOI providing ultimate forgiveness.
The Staff PVD D3000 Irons come in a set of eight clubs. They are available in a regular or stiff shaft flex in very limited quantities only—just 60 sets will be sold.