Mid- and high-handicap golfers consistently are looking for irons that offer more forgiveness and more power, and with the Staff Ci11 irons, Wilson believes it can provide both.
Thanks to a unique weighting system that it calls Exoskeleton, Wilson shifted 54 grams of mass toward the edges of the Ci11 and away from the face. According to Wilson, this perimeter-weighting system greatly increases the Ci11’s moment of inertia (MOI), so the clubs resist twisting on off-center hits more effectively.
Made from 431 stainless steel, the Ci11 irons also have a vibration-dampening insert behind the hitting area to enhance feel and improve sound.
Wilson gave these irons a black PVD finish, thinner topline and moderate offset, so at address the Ci11 irons look sleek and hide some of the technological, game-improving features.
When they were originally released, the Wilson Staff Ci11 irons come standard as a seven-club set (4-PW) with True Temper TX-Flighted steel shafts for $599 or Aldila VS Proto II graphite shafts for $699.