Wilson is known for their forged Staff blade irons which have won more Majors than any other manufacturer in golf. Wilson recently introduced their new Di11 (Distance Iron). This iron was developed from technology used in Wilson’s DeMarini line of baseball bats. DiMarini was the first to come out with a two-piece bat which changed the industry. Similarly, Wilson has harnessed this technology to create a two-piece shaft in the Di11 irons. This shaft is half graphite and half steel and is bonded together to produce a shaft with the weight of graphite shafts, yet also all the benefits and control of steel shafts. The Di11 head is forgiving, perimeter-weighted and has a deep undercut cavity.
Watch ESPN 1320’s Frank LaRosa with Golf to Go talk to Kyle Scoby from Wilson on the new shaft technology of their Di11 irons.