What we say...
Our test pro didn’t rate the Wilson Staff Dh6 hybrid as one of his favourites. However, we feel it’s a solid rescue club that’s worth some close consideration. Its flat sole struggled to rifle through rough like some of the others in this test, which is where most of us would be looking to use this club time after time.
For this reason alone, the Wilson Dh6 narrowly missed out on winning an award. The golf club sounds solid at impact when hit well, and the simple, unfussy cosmetics stand out when others insist on using two colours on the crown.
Probably not the most forgiving golf club we tested, but if you are a fan of strong, powerful equipment, and you can swing the club pretty consistently, we think you will enjoy the decent performance offered from fairway and tee.
Long iron sufferers, help has arrived. With lofts that match their steely iron counterparts, lower centre of gravity to get the ball airborne.
Steel: £89 Graphite: £109
Lofts: 19°, 22°, 25°
Contact: 01294 316270
Wilson Staff Rescue Clubs User Reviews
I have had two of these in my bag for ages and I have to say they are still working well for me. When hit properley I can almost match the distance of my three wood. I was considering getting some newer hybrids, but if it aint broke....
its does what it says on the tin great club from any lie and superb for chipping around the green
this club is powerfull on or off the tee, it is workable and it is easy to controll the hight of shots with it
This rescue is the best thing since sliced bread.Buy one you will never regret it.
great from the tee, the fairway, the rough and for the first time i even use it for chipping around the green. with decent results
A great rescue club - I have tried Cobra and Ping but this club gives me confidence whenever it is pulled from the bag. Distance is superb.