From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, March 2010)
Category: Better-Player Irons
We tested: 3-PW with True Temper Dynamic Gold
Company line: “We combine a thin topline and
square toe with a center of gravity that’s directly
behind the hitting area. The result is greater
clubhead stability and enhanced feedback.”
OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Fairly forgiving sticks; these get the ball
airborne easily and on a higher trajectory than most;
solid strikes are rewarded with a crisp sensation
through the ball; short irons provide consistent
performance in the scoring zone; traditional looking
head with attractive chrome finish is a plus.
CONS: Fails to excel in any category, which hurts its
overall value; clubs tend to dig more than others; some
testers experience too much vibration on mis-hits.
$799; steel wilsongolf.com
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From Sports Illustrated Golf+ Equipment Issue (February 8, 2010)
This forged iron has a square toe and a thin top line. A shallow cavity redistributes weight to the toe, placing the center of gravity in the middle of the face for more solid feel.
From Golf Magazine (December 2009)
This forged cavity-back design has the traditional visual cues (thin topline, square toe, minimal progressive offset) that better players look for. Distributing extra weight toward the toe positions the club’s center of gravity (CG) directly behind the hitting area. The net effect is greater head stability and precise feedback. CNC-milled grooves and a higher CG (for higher spin rates) round out the package.
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