Product Details The completely redesigned Ci9 is one of Wilson’s best performing irons ever. It is the 3rd generation of the award-winning C (control) iron, offering maximum playability for players of varying skill levels. Offering “player’s club” looks in a midsize head, the Ci9 is a great choice for better players looking for classic design and workability, as well as for improving players looking for stability and playability. Every previous generation of Ci iron has earned “Best in Class” in Golf Magazine’s annual PlayTest issue. The all-new Ci9 continues to refine this winning combination of performance and style. Crossover Styling The award-winning head shape incorporates elements designed for Tour players – like a thinner top line and moderately progressive offset – and melds them into a confidence boosting midsize head for appeal to a wide range of golfers. Exoskeleton The rear cavity exoskeleton positions more weight to the heel and toe of the iron for a higher MOI and more stability while maintaining the center of gravity directly behind the sweet spot for solid feel and power. Soft Response Soft 431 stainless steel in conjunction with a one piece Soft Response Insert that extends across the entire perimeter of the cavity creates a satisfying sound and solid feel at impact, even on off-center hits. Conforming Grooves Modified U-grooves push the maximum limits of the new specifications required by the USGA and R&A. A strategically positioned higher CG delivers a higher spin rate and promotes the ability to work the ball more effectively. Shaft and Grip FST SS 105 Step-less steel shaft, Lamkin Wilson Staff Grips by Lamkin. Specifications Club Hand Loft Lie Length 3 Iron RH/LH 20 59.5 39.5 4 Iron RH/LH 23 60.0 39.0 5 Iron RH/LH 26 61.0 38.5 6 Iron RH/LH 29 61.5 38.0 7 Iron RH/LH 32 62.0 37.5 8 Iron RH/LH 36 63.0 37.0 9 Iron RH/LH 40 63.5 36.5 PW RH/LH 44 64.0 36.0 GW RH/LH 50 64.0 36.0 SW RH/LH 55 64.0 36.0 Golf Monthly Verdict "A high-tech looking cavity is combined with a comparatively traditional look at address. The long irons really stood out because of the levels of consistency they provided. The 4-iron was far easier to hit than other cavity-back sets that we have tested, while the top line is thin enough to attract the eye of a wide range of golfers."