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Designed for Teen swing characteristics to produce maximum distance and a rewarding experience for beginners
Large 460cc Driver Engineered with Super Game Improvement technology to enhance new golfer experience
Deep, perimeter weighted 431 stainless steel irons with very low center of gravity for improved accuracy and distance
Lightweight, premium Carry bag features Air Flow shoulder straps are adjustable for growing teen players, rugged handle top, numerous pockets and self activating stand
Easy Launch Sand Wedge features very low weighting and wide sole for better greenside control and improved shot making
Wilson Men’s Profile SGI Packaged Set w/Carry BagFeatures: * Titanium composite 460cc driver with power weighting technology for a large sweet spot and strong loft for greater distance * Large sweet spot fairway wood with a strong loft and low weighting design that is easy to hit from the fairway or rough * Hybrid club with a shallow face and high-launch technology for better trajectory and longer, straighter shots than a long iron * Stainless steel irons with low center of gravity for high launch and extreme perimeter weighting for enhanced forgiveness * Large unsupported face design on the irons boost ball speed to give you more distance * Sand wedge with super low weighting and a wide sole to launch the ball out of the bunker * Heel-toe weighted putter for greater stability and easy alignment to sink more putts * Lightweight stand bag features a 7-way top and plenty of storage pockets * Airflow Shoulder Straps are padded for easy carrying and feature cool airflow * Three premium headcovers for the driver, fairway wood, and hybrid * Set composition: 10.5A driver, 5 wood, 5 hybrid, 6 iron, 7 iron, 8 iron, 9 iron, pitching wedge, sand wedge, putter, carry bag, and three head covers * Standard set fits golfer heights 5’5″ to 6’1″ * Long set fits golfer heights 6’1″ to 6’5″
June 27, 2019
Well, I have to admit I am a true rookie golfer, I used my friendâs 30-year old clubs for the beginning 6 months of my golf âcareerâ before I deciding to get a new set of clubs after my golf instructor noticed that the old clubs were about 1â shorter than the current standard, they were blade shape, and didnât give too much forgiveness.
With the flooding of all kinds of âbeginnerâs setâ in the market, I downsized my selection to two sets: Wilson Profile SGI, and Precise 14-pieces set because of my club preferences I developed, the club bag appearance, clubs combination, and budget.
Let me start with Pros and Cons first then give a briefly comparison since I actually bought and tried both sets.
Pros: Fancy looking bag with a lot pockets, enlarged impact surface on the club face, very comfortable grips, good club combinations (1 driver, 1 5-wood, 1 5-HY, 5 to 9 irons, 1 PW, 1 SW, and 1 putter), irons are constructed to provide good forgiving for the beginners like myself.
Cons: Driver shaft is about 1-1/2â shorter than I wish (Iâm 5â-11â but with long arms, the driver requires me to bend my knee a little bit with the correct posture), the 5-HY uses steel shaft instead of graphite, the bag handles are poorly constructed but the straps are good, the bag provides only 4 compartments for organizing the clubs, which doesnât allow the golfer to organize the current clubs properly, needless to say to use the bag for any future club expansions. The bag doesnât come with a rain cover.
Compared to the Precise 14-piece set:
Advantage: Brand name, the golf bag has better (stronger) straps, extra SW, better grips, better irons, driverâs loft is 10.5 vs 12.
Disadvantage: The shaft for the driver is 1-1/2â shorter but about the same length of my 15-year old Taylormade driver (see the second photo). The hybrid shaft is steel while the counterpart uses graphite shaft. The 5-HY is overall shorter than the counterpartâs 21-degree HY (see the first photo). Comes with a 5-wood while the counterpart comes with a 3-wood. Bag doesnât come with a rain cover like the upper tier Deep Red bag. $49-$78 more expensive depending on the current day price.
Conclusion: My intention was to keep one set, hence, I am sending this one back because Iâd prefer to have a longer shaft driver, graphite shaft hybrid, a 3-wood instead of a 5-wood, a easier organized bag, which are all my personal preferences.
However, if you donât mind all the disadvantages I listed above, this set would serve you well. For the Precise 14-piece set I am keeping, I probably will have to invest additional $90 or more to get the grips replaced, and pay $50 to get a SW. The overall cost will be more than this set.
Anyway, both sets are robust enough to survive a 9-hole game. After cleaning up the clubs after each game, the club heads showed a little to no wearings.
I had big dreams as a kid. I thought that one day I’d be like Young Arthur and pull a sword from a stone and carpe diem my manifest destiny. But the realities of the world kicked in and my youthful bliss about the opportunities of this world all but faded away. But then I ordered these Wilson clubs for $261 on Amazon. When they arrived and I pulled that 6 iron out of the big, and discarded the plastic wrapping from around it, I finally had my sword in the stone moment. Now I’m not running around Middle Earth slashing Orcs or anything like that, but I am digging life. Quite literally – my clubs spend about half of their time hitting golf balls and the other half digging holes at the driving range. Which is good. Life isn’t perfect and our golf courses shouldn’t be perfect either. We need to live. So i encourage people to buy some clubs and learn to play. and live life.
September 13, 2019
Iâm a former avid golfer (10-12 rounds per month) but have been out of the game for 10 years.
Now that I have a bit more free time I decided to get back in. I used to have a nice set of clubs but gave them away a few years ago after they sat untouched in the garage. I was looking for a complete set that wouldnât break the bank. I only plan to play Occasionally and figured Iâd start with a decent inexpensive set and see if I stick with it.
I did quite a bit of online research and was about to pull the trigger on some Callaway Stratas which were ranked high by multiple sources. However after reading some reviews here about woods basically falling apart after only a few hits, I started looking at other options.
I decided on this set because Wilson is a trusted name, the reviews were decent and the price was right.
Out of the box the clubs looked good. The bag is not the highest quality but what do you expect for this price. Itâs good enough and looks fine. Gets the job done.
I was generally impressed with the aesthetics and build quality of the clubs. The grips could be a little beefier but again, at this price it was just fine.
On the range the day I got them I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to make good solid contact. These are very forgiving clubs great for beginner or someone like me getting back in the game. I feel like Iâm getting good distance out of the woods and the irons. Still trying to figure out where the hybrid comes in but Iâm working that out. The sand wedge has great loft and on the range I was nailing the pin on the 75 yard target with some consistency.
Iâm not hitting the ball as straight as i would like consistently but thatâs more about my swing than the clubs.
The only thing I really donât care for is the putter. The shaft is a bit long for me (Iâm 5-8) but I feel all the other clubs are fine in length. I had an old Odessey 2 ball that I carry along so no biggie.
Bottom line: this set is just fine for the beginning or occasional golfer. The clubs are easy to hit and look good. The bag my not last long but can be easily replaced when the need arises.
May 11, 2019
Box club sets have a bad wrap. In some cases rightfully so. Wilson as a company sort of created that bad wrap years ago. Because of that I donât think they get a fair chance anymore. This set of clubs has a good value. They hit straight, they hit long, and they feel good. They do this at an incredible value that allows people to get on the course and play with confidence in their equipment. If you want to get into golf try them out. Donât let the old guys on the course get in your head. Play this set, get better, prove them wrong. Iâm 6ft and the standard set was too short. I returned them for the longer set and Iâm much happier.