The Wilson Staff Model putters range features four new putters added to the iconic series for 2022 and 2023.
Wilson have come up with a modern look to the original 8802 blade putter and added the new TM22 (Tech Mallet), MT22 (Mallet) and BL22 (Blade) models to the range.
The 100% precision milled putters have been designed to provide maximum stability and forgiveness as well as the best feel of any Wilson putters.
What Wilson says about the new Staff Model putters:
“The Staff Model franchise has been one of the most successful in the history of the Wilson Golf brand in recent years and any products carrying the name must be premium standard as these four new putter models are.
“The designs of the new range reflect the putter styles that golfers favour the most and all four of the new models incorporate incredible attention to detail that will make them stand out and perform well on the greens.
“The Staff Model range sits perfectly alongside the existing Infinite range to provide golfers with a greater choice of Wilson putters, all featuring different characteristics, looks and performance to suit their game.”
Wilson Staff Model 8802 Putter Review
The 8802 has been a tournament winning putter for the likes of Arnold Palmer, who designed the shape, and Ben Crenshaw. It is back on the shelves in a new look as part of the Staff Model series.
The iconic shape of the putter head and shaft over hosel design remains, but with a modern twist in the 2022 release.
The head is constructed from a single milled block of ultra-soft 304 stainless steel, which is designed to provide stability through the stroke and forgiveness on the putting greens.
The face is 100% precision milled and features horizontal flywheels for improved feel, consistency and roll from any distance of putt.
The Staff Model 8802 is only available in right-hand and features a 3.0-degree loft, 71-degree lie angle and comes in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch lengths. It also has a Lamkin Deep Etch putter grip.
Wilson Staff Model BL22 Putter Review
The BL22 putters is the traditional blade model in the range and one that will suit the vast majority of golfers.
It boasts a plumbers’ neck hosel and shaft for a pure look, a medium toe hang and full shaft offset at address and two 10g sole weights for impeccable toe-to-heel weighting.
Feel and control is what this putter is all about thanks to the 100% precision milled face, while the putter head itself is constructed from a solid block of ultra-soft 304 stainless steel.
The Staff Model BL22 can be purchased in right-hand and left-hand, features a 3.0-degree loft, 71-degree lie angle and comes in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch lengths. It also has a Lamkin Deep Etch putter grip.
Wilson Staff Model MT22 Putter Review
The MT22 model is a half-moon mid-mallet putter, and again is produced from one solid block of ultra-soft 304 stainless steel.
A classic looking putter, it features a short slant neck design and medium toe hang with this option is perfectly balanced thanks two two 15g toe and heel weights.
The 100% precision milled face is the key design element to produce superior feel, consistency and roll on putts of all lengths.
The Staff Model MT22 is only available in right-hand, features a 3.0-degree loft, 71-degree lie angle and comes in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch lengths.
It also has a Lamkin Deep Etch putter grip and features a confidence inspiring large black alignment line on the putter head.
Wilson Staff Model TM22 Putter Review
The only full mallet design, the Tech Mallet model has a fang style putter head that you will have seen in many other putter ranges.
Wilson refer to this design as “Twin-Tail” and this mallet has a high MOI for incredible forgiveness and stability.
The TM22 is a supremely balanced mallet with all round weights joined by two 15g interchangeable sole toe and heel weights.
Not only does it perform well, but the solid block of ultra-soft 304 stainless steel and 100% precision milled face made this an incredible looker too.
The Staff Model TM22 is available in both right-hand and left-hand, features a 3.0-degree loft, 71-degree lie angle and comes in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch lengths.
It also has a Lamkin Deep Etch putter grip and features a short black alignment line on the putter head.
Verdict: Are Wilson Staff Model 2022 Putters any good?
Wilson Infinite putters have been incredibly popular and they now have an equally eye-catching sister series following the release of the Staff Model range.
Wilson have come up with four impressive performers – not least the modern version of the 8802 putter that has stood the test of time.
Whether you prefer a blade or mallet, you will see performance benefits on the greens from the Staff Model putters. Consistency and control is what these are all about, and they don’t disappoint.
What is the Wilson Staff Model putters release date?
The new Wilson putters are available to buy now having been launched in October 2022.
How much do Wilson Golf Staff Model putters cost?
The 2022 putters are retailing at £270 / $300 for each putter.
Which is the best Wilson Staff Model putter?
All four have the same performance levels and benefits, just offer a different style and model to suit the requirements of all golfers. The 8802 is Wilson’s original design with a modern twice, the BL22 is the blade option, the MT22 is a mid-mallet and the TM22 is a full mallet.
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