Wilson Staff® FwC Fairway Woods Enhanced by Cutting-Edge Nano Technology in Head and Shaft

The new Wilson Staff® FwC Fairway Woods incorporate similar breakthrough technology built into the new Wilson Staff Pd5 and Wilson Staff Dd5 Drivers, including a composite crown and graphite shaft enhanced by exclusive Nano Technology processes.

"The Wilson Staff FwC Fairway Woods are the perfect complement to the new W/S Drivers by providing golfers the same feel and consistency both off the tee and from the fairway," said Mike Boylan, Business Director, Golf Clubs, Wilson Golf. "A significantly lower center of gravity in the composite and steel club head promotes a higher launch angle producing a very forgiving and easy to control club for golfers of all skill levels."

The Nano Crown, a carbon composite material reinforced with nano-sized (nanometer = one billionth of a meter) particles for extra strength, is lighter than titanium or steel. That weight savings is transferred low and deep in the head which promotes easy to hit, high trajectory shots with the fairway wood.

The torsional stability and flex properties of the new Nano Tech graphite shaft from Grafalloy is similarly enhanced by the infusion of Nano platelets in the W/S FwC Fairway Wood's .350" tip. The result is a more torsionally stable shaft that resists twisting at impact for straighter and longer shots.

The new Wilson Staff FwC Fairway Woods are available in four lofts: #3 (15°), #5 (18°), and #7 (21°) and #9 (24°). As with all Wilson Staff products, the fairway woods will be available on a limited basis in mid-October, with full availability nationwide in early 2005.

Posted August 16th 2004.

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