Titleist DCI Wedges (And Irons)
First of all, the DCI 962 wedges are good looking. Believe it or not, a club that you do not mind looking at is important. You will find the Titleist pleasing to the eye. Secondly, they are very easy to hit- and I do mean for everyone By easy to hit I mean that the DCI's are soft, cavity backed, and provide a big club head, but not an OVERSIZED head. In other words, they provide you with a lot of feedback about the shot you just hit (thin, fat, on the toe, heel) and that is not always the case with a cavity backed club. As for the big club heads, Titleist often gets stereotyped as being the premiere producer of small head (blades) clubs and get overlooked when it comes to their cavity backed products. In this case, the cavity backed club should not be overlooked.
What else do I like? For a cavity backed club, the DCI's are easy to work. I can hit the ball high or low and move it to the right or the left with the DCI's. As for distance- I do not really concern myself with distance irons but in this case- the DCI's are right there with any other set of cavity backed irons.
Finally, I like the feel. As I mentioned above, the DCI's provide a soft feel, but they also provide a solid feel and that is important with any club you purchase. It is a rarity when you can find a caivty backed iron that provides a soft feel and a solid feel; the DCI's provide both. You can really feel the difference between the different types of balls you hit.
Perhaps the most important thing to know about the DCI's is that they are a good fit for anyone who is looking for a new set of irons. There are not many iron sets that I can say that about. Most of the manufacturers make a set for advanced players and another for average/beginners. Titleist has made a set for all levels with the DCI's, even though they claim to be for the advanced golfer. If you are thinking about buying the 962 wedges or irons, dont hesitate, do it.
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