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Wilson Men's FG Tour V6 Irons

Classic Look And Feel, Unexpected Forgiveness

Wilson has produced great golf products on a regular basis for decades, but as a company it is probably best known for its irons, and more specifically its players irons. New to the lineup this year will be the Staff FG Tour V6 irons, which are vintage Wilson in terms of look. These forged irons feature thin toplines, compact blade shapes, and minimal offset. They also excel from a feel and acoustic standpoint, having been forged from soft 8620 Carbon Steel. That said, for an iron that looks like a true blade at address, the V6 is surprisingly forgiving. That forgiveness is made possible by tungsten weighting and additional mass that has been utilized in the cavity behind the clubface. As for the tungsten, it’s utilized in the toe and heel of the long irons and the center of the sole in the mid-irons to lower CG and improve MOI and launch conditions. The stock shaft for the Staff V6 irons is the True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT, which is available in regular, stiff, and extra stiff flexes, and the stock grip is a black Lamkin Crossline.

Details

Stock Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT Steel
Stock Grip Lamkin Crossline Black
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Low- and mid-handicap golfers. Based on appearance alone, the FG Tour V6 ions look like they were created for only the most talented ball-strikers, but that’s really not the case, as these irons offer ample forgiveness for their category. That said, it’s still from a control, workability, and feel standpoint where these irons will excel. But for the mid-handicap player who values those attributes, the V6 won’t prove be too demanding in terms of playability.

Tungsten Weighting

By utilizing tungsten weighting in the long and mid irons, the CG is lowered for effortless launch and enhanced MOI.

Tungsten Weighting

Impact Area Mass

Additional mass has been incorporated in the cavity design to enhance feel, feedback, and workability.

Impact Area Mass

8620 Carbon Steel Forging

The forging process using soft 8620 Carbon Steel ensures superior sound and feel at impact.

8620 Carbon Steel Forging

What They're Saying ...

“(There is) a lot of mass right behind the impact area, almost 40 grams in fact, which allows that workability but still a little bit of forgiveness. This is certainly geared toward the better players in the world and low-handicappers, (but) there’s no reason why an 8 or a 10, especially somebody who’s willing to practice and aspires to get their handicap lower, (can’t play this iron). It could be a great option for them.”

Michael Vrska, Wilson Golf Global Director of Innovation

“This is a forged golf club; 8620 carbon steel, nickel chrome plating, all that you’d expect in a Wilson Staff classic forged iron but with some real technology in it. That technology really starts with tungsten inserts.”

Michael Vrska, Wilson Golf Global Director of Innovation

What Players Like You Are Saying ...

“Honestly, I loved them. They were probably my favorite. They’re a little bit thinner of a blade but still it seemed like extremely forgiving. When you hit one in the sweet spot it just feels so flush.”

TGW customer Miles, 8 handicap

“They were very, very good. Not only did they come off hot but really soft feel as well. It was great.”

TGW customer Jay, +4 handicap

Wilson Staff FG Tour V6 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Bounce Swing Weight
#3 21° 39.25" 59.5° 2.0° D2.5
#4 24° 38.75" 60° 3.0° D2.5
#5 27° 38.25" 61° 4.0° D2.5
#6 31° 37.75" 61.5° 5.0° D2.5
#7 35° 37.25" 62° 6.0° D2.5
#8 39° 36.75" 63° 7.0° D2.5
#9 43° 36.25" 63.5° 7.5° D2.5
PW 47° 35.75" 64° 8.0° D3
GW 51° 35.5" 64.25° 8.5° D3
Wilson Men's FG Tour V6 Irons is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Accurate, Soft, Pure Feel, Great Look, Beautiful First 18 holes I played with these irons was on a course that I had never played. I am a 10 handicap, the course slope was 137 and I shot a 6 over 78. I am 52 and have been playing golf since I was 14. I have played a lot of different irons over the past 38 years (Titleist, Mizuno, Ping, TaylorMade). These are by far the best irons I have ever put in my bag!
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great irons! Saw Rick Shiels’s review on you tube, thought to give them a try as I am always buying Mizuno’s, (MP 58 and 15). V6 irons the best I have played! Never thought I will own Wilson irons, glad I made the change!
Date published: 2018-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unreal As a mid handicapper you are always told that ‘players irons’ will do nothing to help your game, yet as my ball striking became more consistent my game improvement irons started to feel clicky, my distance control was proving more difficult and as I hit my PW 140 yards + gapping was a real issue. Step forward these V6’s. They came to my attention after a few youtubers reviewed them and immediately gamed them, and to be honest I doubt i would have ever picked up a Wilson club (they don’t have a particularly fashionable reputation in the UK). Yet after deciding I wanted weaker lofted clubs, a thinner top line and more ‘feel’ I opted to hit these alongside the ‘big’ brands alternatives, I was literally blown away. They felt as soft as butter, almost impossible to mishit and distance control was crazy good. My local club (owned by Paul Lawrie - a Wilson staffer) had a demo day and I got fitted for the V6’s and the PMP wedges, they got their first outing yesterday and my iron play was insanely good. I par’d 4 holes on the trot for the first time, posted my lowest ever score and now have the confidence my game is going to improve exponentially. I honestly could not recommend these irons enough, don’t be fooled that Wilson are not seen as one of the big boys, they simply do not shout as loud. My playing partners were taking the mick that my clubs were from ‘Toys r Us’ as we started the round........ by the end they were all wanting a hit and could not believe how good they were. Wilson has produced a club to rival any on the market with these V6’s and I urge you to give these a try if you are in the market for a ‘feel’ iron. Thanks Wilson.
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Feel I got these irons about a month ago and the high ball flight, the workability, and the feel of these irons are impeccable! I am extremely happy with these clubs and look forward to tournament play with them!
Date published: 2018-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Staff player for life. I learned to play golf with a set of staff blades from the 60,s. Over the years I have played many brands of top rated clubs. Two years ago I ordered a set of staff V-4 irons. It was the first time in so many years I could feel that sweet butter like feel as you strike the ball. The club also had a large sweet spot and forgives off-center strikes while giving you good feed. This year I purchased a set of V-6 irons. didn't think it was possible to improve the V-4 irons but Wilson did it with the V-6 irons. No other club has the feel and playability that the V-6 irons have. I am 59 years old been playing golf since the age of 4. I started with Wilson Staff clubs and now I am back for good,
Date published: 2018-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This iron shocked me! I have just returned from thoroughly testing three sets of irons. Mizuno MP18 SC, JPX 900 Tour and the Wilson Staff FG Tour V6. I play Mizuno JPX 850 forged. To be brief I was shocked at how well the V6 performed. And I mean jaw dropping shocked! Not only did the 7 iron I was using feel better than the Mizunos , with better ball flight and accuracy. I actually gained playing distance from my JPX 850s, which I hit a good distance. I was expecting to lose distance to be honest! My carry distance was averaging 168 yards. My 850s were 163 yards. All the reviews I had read had suggested that because of the V6 weak lofts distance would not be as comparable! I found this not the case. Maybe I found an iron and shaft combination, KBS tour 90, that suited me to a tee! To anyone considering new irons please try Wilson FG Tour V6 with all the others you are considering. You may be as delighted as I was, and am! New set ordered and awaiting delivery! How excited am I? Bring on summer!
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Irons I have ever played! Bought the FG Tour V6 irons in December. These irons has made a huge improvement in my golf game. My distance control and accuracy is much improved. Went from 16.2 to 9.6 handicap since December. V6 irons has excellent feel. I highly recommend them!
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly forgiving For a players iron these things are amazingly easy to hit. Even with the weaker lofts I am getting betting distance and more consistency through all of my shots. They are in my top 3 irons for looks behind the fg tour 100 blades and the old nike blades of Tigers early years. As a high handicapper I was a bit hesitant to try these but glad I did as I’m playing my best golf ever.
Date published: 2018-03-11
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