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They rock! The Wilson Staff FYbrid RS range
September 15, 2011

Wilson 'Rocker Sole' technology provides the ultimate distance gapping solution in their new family that bridges the divide between fairway woods and hybrids.

Wilson Golf, among the first club manufacturers to launch replacements for long irons, is introducing a new Wilson Staff FYbrid RS range that fuses six different fairway woods and hybrids into a single family designed to simplify the game.

The new generation of Wilson Staff FYbrid clubs allow golfers to build consistent distance gapping into their game, while offering direct 1-to-1 iron-replacement hybrids (3-4-5), with easy-to-hit fairway woods bridged by a unique multi-purpose FY club.

With most sets of irons now being offered from sand wedge to 5-iron, the 1-to-1 iron-replacement FYbrids ensure that golfers can effectively keep the 3 and 4-irons in the bag and use them for the more challenging approach shots or tight driving holes.

The Wilson Staff FYbrid RS

The FYbrid RS range features three key technologies in the club head, all proven to improve performance and make ball-striking easier.

The RS ‘Rocker Sole’ technology has inspired a rounded sole profile that creates an even symmetry at address, thereby helping players identify the ideal impact area. Through removing material near the toe and hosel, the clubs deliver maximum flexibility in a variety of lies, as well as creating minimal turf interaction on uneven surfaces.

A Low and Deep Centre of Gravity is created thanks to a deeper head and flat crown, which help to get the ball airborne and inspire confidence. A dual rail in the sole also provides cleaner turf interaction and moves the CG lower and deeper in the head to allow for a crisper contact and stronger ball flight.

Finally, Three-Zone Face Technology increases the spring area in the heel and toe of the club face, which optimises the sweet spot for even greater accuracy.

“Our extensive research shows that the average player struggles to get enough height on the ball to keep distances consistent among the longer irons,” said Bob Thurman, Wilson’s Director of R&D. “The new ‘Rocker Sole’ technology in the FYbrid RS range helps players get the ball airborne and builds precise distance gapping amongst long-range clubs.”

Each club in the FYbrid RS range comes fitted with a specific UST/Mamiya® Proforce VTS shaft, which has been modeled on the size, centre of gravity and MOI of the clubheads to maximise rotational force and subsequently increase distance.

Available in both right and left-handed options, the Wilson Staff FYbrid RS range is made up of a 3-wood (15°), 5W (18°), FY (19.5°), 3-hybrid (21°), 4h (24°) and 5h (27°) – with each club carrying an RRP of £109.

For more details about Wilson Staff clubs, visit www.wilsonstaff.com.





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