I was looking at some Wilson Di7 irons and really liked the way they felt when I was swinging them. They seem like a great iron (good reviews) but after reading up about them I am a bit put off by their very strong lofts. The PW in this set has only 43* of loft. It got me thinking about having the lofts bent weaker so they are not quite so jacked up. Basically I'd be looking at bending the set anywhere from 1* to 2* depending on the club to make them closer to callaway lofts (45* PW). Any thoughts on if this is a reasonable amount to bend them without hurting playability? From what I have read it looks like it will add 1* of bounce for every 1* you weaken the loft. The specs on the Di7's show that they don't have much bounce to begin with so maybe adding a little won't have to much negative effects. What other negative effects could I be looking at by bending the irons weaker? Or would this be a waste of time and I'd be better off leaving lofts as is? (or looking for a set of clubs with lofts closer to what I'm looking for?)

Wilson Di7 Irons

IRONSPECIFICATIONS

Club Loft Lie Length SW Bounce

#4 23 60 39.0 D2 0.5

#5 25.561 38.5 D2 1.0

#6 28.561.5 38.0 D2 1.0

#7 31.562 37.5 D2 1.5

#8 35 63 37.0 D2 1.5

#9 39 63.5 36.5 D2 2.0

#P 43 64 36.0 D2 2.0

#G 49 64 36.0 D4 3.0

#S 55 64 36.0 D6 8.0

Wilson Di7 Irons

IRONSPECIFICATIONS

Club Loft Lie Length SW Bounce

#4 23 60 39.0 D2 0.5

#5 25.561 38.5 D2 1.0

#6 28.561.5 38.0 D2 1.0

#7 31.562 37.5 D2 1.5

#8 35 63 37.0 D2 1.5

#9 39 63.5 36.5 D2 2.0

#P 43 64 36.0 D2 2.0

#G 49 64 36.0 D4 3.0

#S 55 64 36.0 D6 8.0