Review: Wilson Staff FG Tour V4 Utility Iron
On the course it definitely plays more like an iron, than a wood. I could hit it much easier out of the rough than a typical hybrid. Off the tee it was about the same and off the fairway it was a club that you can go after and take a divot like you would an iron. You can compress it rather than sweep it.
There are 2 main difference between the Wilson FG Tour V4 utility iron and a wood style hybrid. This has much less draw bias compared to most hybrids. That is always the knock on hybrids is their tendency to hit draws. The other biggest difference I found was the consistency of distance. Typically my hybrid hits in a range of yardage, 200 – 215 even at times squeezing out 225. But the Wilson FG Tour V4 utility iron almost always hits the same 200-205 yardage. The distance circle was much tighter.
Wilson Staff FG Tour V4 Utility Iron
- Spin: 5241 rpms
- Launch Angle: 14.3*
- Dispersion: 4.4 yds
- Club Head Speed: 93.2 mph
- Ball Speed: 132.3 mph
- Total Distance: 205.1 yds
- Carry Distance: 199.9 yds
If you aren’t a fan of wood style hybrids, check out the Wilson Staff FG Tour V4 Utility iron for its non-draw bias, easy to hit, consistent distance and iron looks. You can put any one of the three different irons replacement utility irons in your bag for great results, excellent feel and the look that appeals to your eye.
For more information: www.wilson.com/en-us/golf
+More forgiving than regular iron
+Super solid feel
–Not much extra distance to squeeze out of it