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Wilson Staff's new DXi woods get the thumbs up
by Carly Cummins
June 6, 2011

I've been a fan of Wilson Staff's woods ever since I popped their innovative FYbrid into my golf bag a couple of seasons ago. This club has proved to be an invaluable scoring tool, helping me hit long shots even from those horrible lies when the ball nestles down in the rough.

So I'm excited to see that Wilson has brought out a fantastic new range of DXi fairway woods and hybrids for ladies.

The Wilson DXi 17° 3-wood The Wilson DXi 22° hybrid

The styling of the DXi is spot-on, the clubs look great, and the main performance feature – a larger three-zone impact area - means that the woods have a wider sweet spot making them incredibly easy to use.

So if you're looking for a wood that it lightweight, forgiving and allows you to hit a variety of shots from the tee to the fairway, the Wilson Staff DXi looks like a smart option.

The fairway woods are available in 3-wood (17°) and 5-wood (20°) and retail at £149, and the hybrids come in a 22° and 25° option, both priced at £129.

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