ClubTest 2021: Wilson Staff D9 fairway wood

Courtesy Wilson Staff Golf

For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 19 new fairway woods to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Wilson Staff D9 fairway wood. You can find the full list of woods and test results here.

Wilson Staff D9

15° 3-wood; 18° 5-wood; 21° 7-wood

Our take: Sophisticated clubs with a beautifully simple look. That was the consensus among our testers, who singled out the D9s for their “clean top” and “good neutral acoustics.” Performance wasn’t shabby, either. The clubs produced long and penetrating shots, thanks in part to its PKR face technology, an innovative, computer-generated design that creates hot spots across the entire face.

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Wilson Staff D9 Fairway Wood

$219.99
OUR TAKE:  Sophisticated clubs with a beautifully simple look. That was the consensus among our testers, who singled out the D9s for their “clean top” and “good neutral acoustics.” Performance wasn’t shabby, either. The clubs produced long and penetrating shots, thanks in part to its PKR face technology, an innovative, computer-generated design that creates hot spots across the entire face. THE DETAILS: High, low. Heel, toe. Not to worry. In a first for Wilson, D9 fairway woods feature “variable face technology,” a fancy way of saying that they’re highly forgiving, producing the best possible results no matter where the ball contacts the club. The design is fortified by a steel insert behind the face, which allows for a thinner, springier and sturdier surface. It all adds up to greater feel and distance, even when you don’t catch it flush. Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection.
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The details: High, low. Heel, toe. Not to worry. In a first for Wilson, D9 fairway woods feature “variable face technology,” a fancy way of saying that they’re highly forgiving, producing the best possible results no matter where the ball contacts the club. The design is fortified by a steel insert behind the face, which allows for a thinner, springier and sturdier surface. It all adds up to greater feel and distance, even when you don’t catch it flush.

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