Wedges for increased confidence


  • Golf
  • Sunday, 28 Jun 2020

Wilson Staff Model wedges

WILSON Sporting Goods collaborated with their Tour players to deliver short-game confidence and reliability in their new Staff Model wedges. The line includes a high-toe option to offer advanced players added performance around the green.

Featuring soft-forged 8620 carbon steel construction, the Staff Model wedges provide golfers with a soft touch for increased feel. Designed with machine-engraved scorelines in the precision-milled face, the wedges create Tour-calibre spin and control.

The wedges also feature True Temper Dynamic Gold 120 steel shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips and come in lofts of 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, and 60 degrees.The all-new Wilson Staff Model High-Toe wedges combine a high toe and wide sole with a 431 stainless steel head to allow for enhanced shot-making. The high toe and wide sole construction provide players with the flexibility to vary lofts.

“The new Staff Model and Staff Model High-Toe wedges deliver a clean design, and precision milled clubfaces to give golfers a boost in confidence in their short game,” said Wilson Staff’s Global Manager of Innovation Jon Pergande.

“Designed with the feedback from our Wilson Staff PGA Tour players, the new line of wedges gives golfers more control, consistency and shot-making capabilities.”

The Staff Model High-Toe Wedges come in 56 and 60-degree options, along with True Temper Dynamic Gold 120 steel shafts and Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips.Suggested retail price: RM530.

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