Welcome to my review of the Wilson D9 Forged Irons.
The Wilson D9 Irons features Power Holes technology engineered to enhance maximum speeds.
In this review, We’ll be looking at how this Club performs, touching base on some of the key features and technologies, and then, looking also at what kind of players this Club can accommodate. In the end, you should decide if the Wilson D9 Irons is a good fit for your game or not.
Wilson D9 Forged Irons Review – Introduction.
The D9 Forged irons from Wilson golf are designed for a player who is looking for plenty of added speed and distance.
In my opinion, it is a massive step up from the D7 Forged Irons, especially in the area of speed and Consistency while maintaining the solid feel and sounds the D7 Forged Irons are known with.
Using the power Holes on the sole of the Club, and data collected from simulating hundreds of different Club Face using a special computer modeling software, Wilson golf is able to come up with a three-hole sole system and a much wider sole in the heel of the Club
Wilson D9 Forged Irons Review – Basic Features/Technologies.
So, here are some of the key features and technologies in this new line of Wilson Irons.
Starting off with the Power Holes For Maximum Speed.
The new asymmetrical Power Hole arrangement is optimized for a forged head and is biased toward the heel and toe of the Clubhead. This opens up the clubface to increase contact time with the golf ball for maximum speed leading to added distance. All of these is packed in a Sleek, player’s irons profile.
Next, we talk about the Lower Center Of Gravity.
The D9 forged irons from Wilson feature a lower center of gravity which provides a higher launch, increased peak trajectory, and a steeper descent angle. This ensures more carry distance and a much greater stopping power into the green.
Finally, to provide that premium feel and sound forged head is known with, Wilson D9 forged irons are made from a premium carbon forged heads that combine exceptional feel with a thin topline with minimal offset that not only looks good, it also delivers great performance on the green.
There are three standard stock shafts in the D9 forged Irons.
Wilson golf is using the KBS Max Ultralite Steel, Project X Evenflow 75 Graphite as the standard Graphite, while the Wilson Staff Lamkin Crossline is the standard stock grip.
|Steel Swing Weight||D2||D2||D2||D2||D2||D2||D2||D2||D2|
|Steel Graphite Weight||D1||D1||D1||D1||D1||D1||D1||D1||D1|
The D9 forged Irons have a compact small head from heel to toe, with a beautiful shiny finish similar to the original D9 Irons, with the major difference being the compact head shape.
At the address, you clearly can see it doesn’t have an offset and has a shape of a CB-Cavity Back design.
Overall, a beautiful design, a player profile, and a compact shape with no offset is what the new D9 forged iron from Wilson looks like.
The D9 forged iron delivers a solid performance with solid feelat impact a solid and responsive feedback at impact.
The ball speed is explosive with more carry distance, although you might not get much help in terms of forgiveness, but overall, great performance and a smoot feel at impact.
The D9 forged Irons from Wilson offers very little in terms of forgiveness as its designed to fit the playing style ofmore experience players who might not be willing to sacrifice other functionalities for forgiveness.
Speeds & Distance.
Wilson d9 forged irons are designed for maximum speeds and distance through the Power Hole designed and optimized to provide maximum speed.
From the technological input, the new asymmetrical power Hole arrangement is optimized for forged heads and is biased towards the heel of the Club. This opened up the face and increase contact time with the ball to generate maximum speeds and added distance, all packed into a sleek player’s iron profile.
So, you see, the D9 forged Iron is designed to favor generate maximum ball speeds that lead to more distance.
What Others are saying about the D9 forged Irons.
There are loads of comments and feedback from the golfing community on the performance of the D9 forged Irons from Wilson.
Most of the positive feedback seems to be based on what they called explosive speed and distance from playing the D9 forged Irons.
So now you hear, if you need a player’s profile that provides maximum speed and distance, you got to look at the new Wilson D9 forged Irons.
- Outstanding Speed and Distance.
- Pretty fast with good control.
- Looks beautiful in the bag.
- Not suitable for slow swing speed golfers.
Who can Play The D9 forged Irons?
The Wilson D9 Forged irons are designed for more experienced golfers looking for added distance.
Players with a handicap level of between 6 and 14 or 15 and craves more distance in a compact shaped iron might be best suited for this Club.
The D9 forged irons feature a player’s iron profile with plenty of distance performance for golfers who need it to play better and experience more success.
What Is the price of the Wilson D9 Forged irons?
This Club is currently available in almost all the popular vendor stores and goes for $1,14999; could be a little less or a little more, depending on the vendor.
The D9 Forged Irons for women goes for $89999 – $99999
Best Place To Buy?
There are a number of great places you can get the D9 forged Irons, including on the Wilson website.
But for Convenience’s sake, and for the best shopping experience, my #1 recommended place is the Wilson brand store on Amazon.com.
Conclusively, the D9 Forged Irons are designed for optimal performance, delivering maximum distance from tee-off.
There are obviously some changes and upgrades both from the cosmetic and technological front, and that obviously enhances the look and performance of the D9 forged Irons.
By and large, if you are looking for that Iron that has a compact shape and a semblance of a game improvement Club and delivers maximum distance, then the D9 forged Irons can fit into your needs.