The new Wilson Staff FG Tour V4 irons ($899) combine a traditional forged feel and look with some modern technology. An 18-gram tungsten sole weight in the 3-7 irons creates a lower CG for increased launch angle and spin as well as a higher overall trajectory on the long and mid iron shots. In addition, a thinner top section of the blade allows more weight to be moved to the perimeter of the clubhead for a higher MOI and added forgiveness.
Other features of the FG Tour V4 irons include precision milled grooves, forged carbon steel construction, nickel-chrome finish and Lamkin Crossline grip. True Temper Dynamic Gold DG Pro shafts come standard.
As a more playable long-iron replacement, Wilson Staff also offers new FG Tour V4 Utility Irons ($179), which are designed to blend seamlessly with the Tour irons. Made with thin, maraging steel clubfaces for increased ballspeed and distance, the new FG Tour V4 Utility Irons also feature a CG that's located in the low toe area of the clubhead for improved launch. Other features include a 7g adjustable weight in the center of the sole for custom tuning purposes and a 9g fixed weight in the toe for a more neutral shot bias. Longer blade lengths, longer shafts, wider soles, and slightly more offset combine to provide enhanced playability for a variety of skill levels. 90g MRC Kura Kage Black shaft comes standard in A, R, and S flexes.
Both Wilson Staff FG Tour V4 Tour and Utility irons will be available on January 15, 2015.