The Hybrids Test 2014: Wilson Staff FG Tour M3
Tech: Three loft settings all with 2° upright lie angle options. Also three sole weight options to create ideal trajectory and speed.
What we said... James Ridyard: “Even the standard lofts felt upright, causing decent shots to turn over a fraction. The hosel is unusually thick, a little perturbing.” Joel Tadman: “Besides the draw-bias lie angle, it looks like it’s aimed at the better player with its compact design and deep face. I got a penetrating and long flight when struck well. Feels and sounds muted, impression ball doesn’t come off fast.” Peter Ward: “I like the overall look. It feels light, powerful when you connect with good distance.” Ross Nichols: “Compact look. Simple to hit well, long and straight. Just wanted to pull another ball.”
Pros: Better player look with some draw bias.
Cons: Finish lacks class. Hosel is thick.
The numbers: Distance consistency: 9 Dispersion: 9 Looks: 7.5 Feel: 8 Forgiveness: 8 Versatility: 7.5
TG Rating: 8/10
Details: Lofts: 16°-24° adjustable Contact: www.wilsonstaff.com
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