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About Wilson Golf
Wilson Golf is one of the finest brand in golf equipment, accessories and apparel. XX Golf designs and manufactures a full range of high-quality golf equipments including drivers, putters, wedges, fairways and hybrids, irons and balls.
The new DXi driver uses trajectory control to reduce spin and delivers soaring distance for both low and higher handicap players. The key is two high-density tungsten rubber inserts that move the Center of Gravity location further back as loft increases. The DXi driver features a proprietary 5-ZONE variable face thickness for expanding the sweet spot. They offer a wide range of DXi drivers with 8, 9, 10.5 and 12 degree lofts. The Smooth driver has a progressive internal weight distribution which provides lower spin rates, higher launch and more stability appropriate to the golfer.
The range of irons include FG Tour Irons, FG62 Irons, Ci9 Irons and Di11 Irons. The latest iron from the Staff range is Di11. It the longest ever iron which has got a largest sweet spot of any other the irons. The Di11 Iron is designed to deliver great power and accuracy for players and is seen in all major outlets.
The FG Tour wedges are the latest classic-looking wedges. These are the most technologically-advanced wedges with distinctive CNC milled face and improved flatness for increased spin control.
The multilayer urethane golf balls deliver the same long distance and shot-control as expected from urethane balls but with the softest feel of any urethane ball on the market. The range of golf balls include FG Tour, C:25, D:25, Fifty Elite and Zip. They also manufactuer golf bags, gloves, backpacks, golf caps, towels and umbrellas.
The golf equipment are used by many of the top professional golfers including Arnold Palmer, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo and USPGA champion Pádraig Harrington and is certainly worth a look.