Equipment editor Hannah Holden takes a look at the new Wilson D7 Forged irons that promise higher ball speeds with high launch and spin

Wilson D7 Forged irons: The technology

The D7 Forged feature a new clubhead design which is more compact with a smaller toe height, thinner topline and minimal offset for ultimate distance, feel and sound.

Power hole technology has been advanced to incorporate a urethane filled power chamber inside the head and lower on the club face that flexes on impact. This means the inner face can flex while reducing vibration for a more solid and consistent feel at impact. 

Wilson D7 Forged irons

The thin club face is forged from soft 8620 Carbon steel and features a wider-sole supported by the Power Chambers. A thicker sole means power holes can be deeper and more aggressive and therefore reduce the centre of gravity for higher ball speeds with higher launch and spin.

Find out how I got on with the new Wilson D7 Forged irons on the next page…