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  1. So I just finished reading the "Best Blade Putters for 2020" that was just published by MyGolfSpy, and was just wondering about your guys thoughts on the Wilson Staff Infinite line that was involved in the testing (the West Loop and Windy City models). I currently game an Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball and was considering trying out a blade putter instead (also my birthday is in two days so I figured it could be an early gift to myself ). If anyone currently games one or has tested them in the past, I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback. Thanks in advance.
  2. Some sweet new bags released today by Wilson Golf. Whaddya guys think? WILSON UNVEILS NEW EXO GOLF BAG FAMILY The new Wilson Staff eXo cart and carry line delivers a higher level of organization through its wide open top and geometric pocket designs. CHICAGO, September 24th , 2018 – Wilson has officially announced the 2019 line of eXo carry and eXo cart bags. Designed with optimal club space and ergonomic pockets, eXo offers a wide range of storage options for golfers who enjoy easy access to their equipment while walking or riding during their round. The five-way 10' x
  3. Anyone watch last night's episode? I thought it would be lame, but it was interesting to see the "celebs" try the clubs. Was impressed with Willie Robertson's swing - seems like he spends some time on the range as well as in the swamps. Josh Beckett had the best swing, but the guy I'd love to play 18 with would have to be Herm Edwards, with Kevin Millar as close second. So, who are you puling for? Didn't think I'd care this much, but they're doing a good job of building the suspense. I wish they'd have showed more of the down and dirty design stuff, but I'm guessing that - while som
  4. Apparently Season 1 proved successful enough for Wilson Staff to go to the well once again for Season Two of Driver Vs. Driver....We'll see what we can find out...
  5. Wilson Staff is announcing a new tour level ball today: a re-introduction of the FG Tour Urethane - a 4-layer ball with a soft, cast urethane cover. Barnes will be playing the FG Tour ball this weekend. The new FG Tour Urethane lists for $44.99/dozen - Wilson doesn't have a formal release as of yet as this is a "soft launch' (get it??) for green grass accounts. It is available on their website though.
  6. Like your typical beginner golfer, I selected my first balls based on the fact that I was likely to lose a lot of them. So for my first round I grabbed 2 boxes of Nitro distance balls at Wally World for 5 bucks per dozen. Yup, lost most of ‘em. But at least I realized pretty quickly that balls sure do make a difference. So I tested several balls as I went along, as my game improved, so did my ball selection until I finally ended up choosing the Srixon Z Star, which is my current gamer, and has been since the middle of last year. Enter the new Wilson Staff Duo Soft Spin (SSP), promising e
  7. (4) TESTERS WANTED!! WILSON STAFF C300/C300 FORGED IRONS Gotta say gang, we're really excited to bring this one to you. There's been more buzz this spring about the Wilson Staff C300 and C300 Forged irons on these pages than any other Wilson offering that I can remember, and for good reason. They do represent one of the more intriguing iron releases of 2018. Both irons fall into the Game Improvement category, with the C300 offering more distance and forgiveness and the C300 Forged offering a more compact frame, bit more pop than a better player's cavity back and all the forged
  8. Wilson is unveiling a new red (and I mean RED) matte DUOSoft ball...and they're having a "Name That Color" contest on Instagram. Not sure what the prize is, but dang, that thing is RED....
  9. Official Forum Member Review Wilson Staff D300 Irons josmi15 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Camcmart Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Reesedw Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 PunkRockDoc Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
  10. Wilson is unveiling the new DUO's today - and trust me, they WILL get your attention! Yup - those are the new DUO matte colors and I gotta say, they look pretty cool in person. As for performance, if you like the old DUO, you'll like this one just as much. It's not a Tour-level ball, but for the average player (or anyone playing in cool temps) it performs very well. The new DUO Soft Spin is getting a facelift too -- some tech tweaks and the Wilson shield as a logo (looks VERY classy). Full report is on the blog - check it out here Thoughts?
  11. RE-EDIT: Steele wins again at the Safeway!!! That's two in a row... EDIT: This is an update from a post from March of 2015 - an interview with Wilson Staff Tour Pro Brendan Steele. I got to meet Brendan at a Wilson Photo Shoot in December of 2014 - he had just joined Wilson from Titleist and enjoyed very solid, but winless, 2015 and 2016 seasons. In last year's Safeway, Brendan held the 54-hole lead heading into the final day but a final round 76 denied him his 2nd Tour victory. Brendan took a different path this weekend, charing from behind with a final round 65, finishing bird
  12. I'm a new poster to the Forums, here, though I've been reading the tests and your posts for years. After I'd paid for someone else to install grips and, later, shafts, in my clubs, the technician said, "Look, you seem to be a pretty handy guy, these are just mechanical processes. You could be doing this yourself and not paying me." Made sense! I'm a "Build Your Own Clubs" (BYOC) fan! I've been building my own clubs since about 1999. I mostly use Bang Golf heads and have tried a LOT of different shafts. I keep coming back to my old Grafalloy Prolite Elite's in my drivers, and the Prolite Colo
  13. (4) Testers Wanted Wilson Staff D300 Irons We can make it official now - Wilson is back! Back in the MyGolfSpy Community Review Program, that is. And somewhere Wilson Staffers like Sam Snead, Ty Webb and Shooter McGavin are smiling... We're looking for 4 of you to test, review and keep a set of the Wilson D300 irons, with FLX Face Technology. Wilson's Players Irons take a back seat to no one,and its F-C-D irons classification system (Feel-Crossover-Distance) is as simple as it gets. We want to know if the d300rons deliver the goods. Signing up is easy, and
  14. From GD -- Streels is putting the Triton in play on Tour this weekend. What I found most interesting from the article: in 10 years Streelman has only had one driver contract for about half a season. How does a PGA Tour player put a driver in play designed by an armchair engineer? Very carefully... Kevin Streelman, who was a judge on Wilson Golf's Driver Vs. Driver television show is going to put the winning Triton DVD driver in play this week at the PGA Tour's CareerBuilder Challenge. In speaking with Streelman about the decision he made two things very clear: This was not a kneejer
  15. Wilson announced its new Super game improvement offerings today - the D300 irons and metal woods. Have had the chance to try them over the weekend - duly impressed with both. The irons are even easier to hit than the D200's, if such a thing is possible. Adding the FLX Face Tech to the irons has given them a much softer, almost forged like sound and feel. Impressive for an SGI irons. Like the Steelheads, JGR Hybrid irons and others in that niche, they go VERY high with the stock shafts - with some carry to them. The metal woods aren't bad, either -- stock shaft as the Matrix Speed R
  16. Well ain't that a kick in the head... The 9* model is good to go, but apparently there's an issue with the others. Hmmmmm..... More info to follow. Wilson Triton drivers ruled nonconforming by USGA By Martin Kaufmann 55 mins ago Share Tweet Email Print (Wilson) The U.S. Golf Association has ruled that Wilson Golf's new Triton driver, which has been on sale since Nov. 25, is nonconforming under the Rules of Golf. “The Wilson Staff Triton DVD with the 9-degree loft is listed on the conforming list,” USGA spokeswoman Janeen Driscoll said Dec. 12. “
  17. HARRINGTON SIGNS NEW LANDMARK DEAL WITH WILSON GOLF 20 years playing their clubs Words: James Greenwood Photography: Getty Images Padraig Harrington has signed a new multi-year deal with Wilson Golf that will see him reach a milestone of 20 consecutive seasons playing Wilson Staff clubs on Tours around the world. The new agreement follows impressive recent form for the three-time Major champion, culminating in his first European Tour victory in eight years at the recent Portugal Masters, where he won playing with the new FG Tour V6 irons that he put into his bag for th
  18. The finale's on -- anyone watching??? Putting my money on the table now -- it's Triton!!
  19. Have you guys been watching? It's starting to get interesting now that they've weeded out some of the weaker entries. They've posted some of the "commercials" the remaining contestants have put together to tout their ideas. See anything here you'd game?
  20. Gotta share this one -- a couple of the craziest ideas submitted to Driver Vs. Driver (Episode 2 tonite). What these guys lack in golf knowledge they more than make up for in enthusiasm. Not to mention crazy!
  21. ​This came across the InBox this morning -- Wilson is announcing its 11 finalists for the Driver Vs. Driver program on Golf Channel. Wilson announced it was doing this program last summer - basically they're giving people the opportunity to design a driver and the best overall design wins the competition, gets $500,000 and has their driver put into production for 2017. There have been a few naysayers out there in cyberspace, but if nothing else the show looks like a hell of a lot of fun and it'll be interesting to see what the teams come up with. And I'll watch almost anything with Mel
  22. Rather than further hijack KCLeo's thread on the M1, let's start a new one on another new driver, the Wilson Staff FG Tour F5... While possibly rivaling Callaways Big Bertha Double Black Diamond 816 for the most syllables in a new driver release, Wilson's new driver fills a hole for them, a "player's" driver. I gamed the D200 this season and really liked it -- forgiving, easy to hit and plenty long. Received the F5 about 3 weeks ago for the blog's First Look piece (click here) and have played 5 rounds with it and I gotta report that this thing is the real deal! Some stats: -
  23. It's been a busy couple of days for Wilson Staff. We've already shown you new C200 irons, but this week also marks the debut for Wilson's new wedge series and a new ball in the DUO line that's sure to raise an eyebrow or two. Let's take a look at the new FG Tour PMP wedges... Okay, let's get all the "Pimp My Wedge" jokes out of our systems. Are we settled? Good. In this case, PMP stands for "Precision Milled Performance," which Wilson says will maximize spin on full and partial shots. Basically, you have big deep grooves for full shows and 11 laser etched smaller grooves
  24. Looks like Paddy is making some changes in his bag for this year...and he's going Game Improvement... What do you think of Padraig's weapons?
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