National Club Golfer and Lady Golfer have teamed up with Wilson to offer a fantastic competition prize for our readers

These are the longest game-improvement clubs from the brand that has more major victories with its irons (62) than any other golf club manufacturer. The most recent major winner was Gary Woodland, who became US Open champion last year playing Wilson irons.

The proprietary Power Hole Technology used in the D7 irons is designed to increase ball speed and gain greater distance for both centre and off-centre impacts.

The clubs feature progressively fewer Power Holes from three (5, 6 and 7 irons) to two (8 and 9 irons) and a single row in the pitching wedge for enhanced precision. The holes are filled with a urethane type material to dampen vibration for excellent sound and feel.

These D7 irons also include the thinnest face ever in a Wilson club design to help create additional ball speed.

The prize

One lucky entrant will win a set of seven of the award-winning Wilson D7 super game-improvement irons (5-SW in steel shafts).

How to enter

Head to the next page to enter.