Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 range

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Hitting shops on October 1 (tomorrow) is the brand new Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 family of clubs. The range includes irons, driver, fairway woods and hybrids that have been designed with input of Wilson Staff's tour players including Padraig Harrington and Paul Lawrie.

Wilson Staff's new Multi Fit System features in the range and gives innovative adjustability on the metal woods to allow you to customise the clubs to suit their game. This technology allows for loft and weight to be adjusted on their FG Tour M3 metal woods and hybrids to provide your sought after ball flight.
The FG Tour M3 range provides a wider spectrum of golfers with tour-feel clubs that can take their game onto the next level.

Each woods has six adjustable hosel settings and three interchangeable sole weights that can be changed to maximise clubhead and ball speeds, while achieving the right launch angle and spin rates.

“Through personalised custom-fit options, the FG Tour M3 range provides a wider spectrum of golfers with tour-feel clubs that can take their game onto the next level,” said Michael Vrska, Wilson Staff's global director or R&D. “We believe strongly in adjustability, especially for what we identify as a 'feel' player, so that trajectory can be optimised and ball speed can be maximised.

“The FG Tour M3 range and Multi Fit System makes adjustable and personalised equipment easier to understand and implement. We want golfers to go to the tee with clubs that are suited to them and which will give them better results.”

Forged from carbon steel with a matte black finish, the FG Tour M3 irons offer both high levels of forgiveness as well as impressive feel and workability.

The range is priced as follows:

FG Tour M3 irons (4-PW, GW) - £599 (steel); £699 (graphite)

FG Tour M3 driver - £249

FG Tour M3 fairway woods - £179

FG Tour M3 hybrids - £149

For more information on the complete FG Tour M3 range, go to www.wilsonstaff.com

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