During D11 testing, a player at the end of the range hit bomb after bomb as players gathered, admiring the consistently powerful ball flight and the unmistakable sound of a crisp strike. As Wilson explained the technical aspects of the club - the low center of gravity, ultra-wide sole, largest sweetspot, torsional stability - this player turned and announced "Boys, don't worry about all that. Just hit it, and you'll get it." Wilson couldn't agree more.
- Low CG and Ultra-Wide Sole
The modified exoskeleton pulls weight low to promote a higher ball flight, and back, away from the face of the club, for greater head stability and straighter ball flight. The resulting ultra-wide sole offers improved turf interaction, gliding over tight lies and ripping through the heaviest rough.
- Largest Sweet Spot
Weight removed from the perimeter of the face and from inside the cavity (towards the heel) results in a large, unsupported face.
- Most Forgiving
The wider sweet spot and perimeter weighting, combined with the torsional stability of its wide tip shaft makes Di11 the most forgiving iron in the category.