|Included Components||Golf hybrid|
|Manufacturer||Wilson Sporting Goods - Team|
|Item Model Number||WGW422200R|
|Product Dimensions||130 x 24.99 x 24.99 cm; 453.59 Grams|
Wilson Staff Golf Men's D7 Hybrid
|Price:||+ $47.52 Delivery|
|Golf Club Flex||Regular|
|Golf Club Loft||22 Degrees|
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- CARPENTER CUSTOM 455 FACE: A premium maraging steel insert provides a thin, hot face increasing both feel and distance performance
- SUPERLIGHT DESIGN: Easy to swing for faster club head speeds
- NEW CROWN: Thin cast pockets provide strength while reducing weight
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Hybrids with RE•AKT technology for ultimate versatility and playability. Carpenter Custom 455 Face for incredible feel and increased ball speed. Superlight design for faster club head speeds and new crown construction with thin cast pockets further reduces weight, creating great-playing, highly-versatile hybrids that always get you to the green.
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The Wilson D7 line offers a quality series of hybrids for anyone who's an intermediate-range golfer. The swing with a regular flex shaft feels consistent and smooth, and I think I get good swing speeds with it. The club head is weighted well in the follow-through so I don't feel like I'm twisting my wrists or the head with an unbalanced weight. The top of the crown is black with a simple alignment arrow. The basic looks is good and doesn't cause any glare or weird color pattern distractions as you swing through the ball. I would say the club face is good. When you line things up well and get a perfect hit, everything feels great and with the nice balance, I'm almost always getting straight shots or wind up with a light touch of fade to it. For me, the distance was where I would personally expect to be, about 180-190 yards at the driving range for a 22 degree hybrid.
I would only describe the forgiveness factor as "ok." I think I get more forgiveness on mishits with my comparable Taylor Made hybrid from 2 years ago, which was basically the same price. However, on perfect contact the Wilson D7 feels sweeter and seems like it gets a few more yards. If I'm nitpicking, I don't really like the included club cover, but it's a personal preference that I like the more rigid, compact covers that slide back on a little quicker without the club number hanging by a tab.
Overall, I think the Wilson Men's D7 hybrid is very well suited for players who get to the course at least once a month in-season and have some moderate level of skill. Perfect strikes fly straight and feel great, especially when you pick the ball clean while in some rough from 200 yards out. But if you're more likely to shoot 100 on a fair weather day, you might want to test out a few hybrids and see if you can find one that offers a tad more forgiveness.