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Wilson Ultra Golf Clubs Review 

As the latest and greatest among market leaders go, it’s difficult to look past the Wilson Ultra Golf Set.

With this impressive collection, Wilson have focused on delivering clubs that seek to improve your aim, distance, and accuracy – all underpinned by maximum forgiveness to help you find the sweet spot consistently.

Helped, you might say, by a degree of “oversized-ness”.

We mean that in a good way though, and, as big fans of the Wilson brand, it’s with plenty of relish that we give a ringing endorsement to the Wilson Ultra Complete Package Set.

All needs are catered for; every base is covered, and these clubs are going to provide an excellent launchpad for many a newbie.

Wilson Golf Ultra Plus Package Set, Men's Right Handed, Regular Carry
  • Includes 9 clubs: Driver, 3 Wood, 5 Hybrid, 6-PW, Putter
  • Oversize 460cc forged titanium composite driver features advanced weight distribution to create an enormous sweet spot
  • Unique driver head design provides stability and improved launch conditions at impact for straighter ball flight for greater distance
  • Enhanced head design yields better trajectory than difficult-to-hit long irons, resulting in longer, straighter shots
  • Tip reinforced graphite shaft helps stabilize the head and produce better ball launching characteristics

Wilson Ultra Complete Golf Set

Our Assessment 

The Wilson Men’s Ultra Complete Set comprises a 460cc titanium driver, fairway wood, hybrid, 6-PW irons, and an aesthetically-pleasing heel-toe putter. It also comes with a lightweight ergonomic stand bag that has ample pockets and storage space.

Great deals for this set can be found on Amazon. But if you stumble across a cheaper outlet, do let us know!

Unfortunately for our British readers the Wilson Ultra set are not shipped to the United Kingdom from Amazon. 

If you struggle to find this set from other distributors at a similar price, an excellent alternative is the Callaway Strata Golf set.

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Pros

  • The driver is one of the best on the beginner’s market at the moment. Unbelievably forgiving and easy to hit
  • Ergonomically-designed stand bag is light and easy to carry
  • Steel-shaft irons offer plenty of control and accuracy
  • Comes in both right and left-handed combinations
  • Putter lines up beautifully, and paddle grip is a nice touch

Cons

  • It’s $100 more than the 2015 edition, so a few players may be reluctant to make the leap
  • Bit of a gap between hybrid and 6-iron

Wilson Ultra Clubs

What we really like about the Wilson Ultra golf clubs? 

We advocate many purchases across the golfing spectrum, but, as you may have guessed, there are none so important as your choice of clubs.

And for beginners, package golf sets tailored to game improvement often tend to be a sensible way to go – not only in terms of cost efficiency, but also as a user-friendly means of developing your game.

It's fair to say that Wilson haven't reinvented the wheel, but what they have done is incorporated incremental technological improvements to make this one of the most all-round, forgiving sets in the business. 

The 460cc titanium driver boasts a huge sweetspot, and a low centre of gravity that guarantees you distance, an easy launch, and plenty of leeway on bad strikes.

But while the driver is probably the main attraction, we were also struck by the feature perimeter weighting on the steel-shaft irons, which limit the shape on mishits such that the ball stays remarkably straight. You really do feel in control.

No complaints about the fairway wood or hybrid either, and the putter has a solid feel to it.

All of this is rounded off by a stand bag that represents a noteworthy upgrade on its 2015 counterpart - which rather aptly represents this game improvement set on the whole.

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What’s Inside the Wilson Ultra Bag? Features & Accessories

Two words to describe the Wilson Ultra Complete Package Golf Set? Simple and forgiving.

It really does raise the bar for game improvement sets, with a comprehensive package that scores well in all areas. Here is what you’ll find inside the bag!

Driver

The bag has a 460cc titanium driver which blew us away with the forgiveness and distance it offered. It combines both a hot face and a low centre of gravity, and trust us, the ball absolutely flies off the club face.

Not only that, but the sweet spot is massive! 

Being the somewhat-inconsistent striker of the golf ball that I am, I hit a number of shots out the heel and toe – but barely a yard was lost. And, as a little bonus, it’s easy on the eye too!

Fairway wood and hybrid

The wood is appreciably smaller than the driver in terms of head size, so I assumed there’d be a notable discrepancy in terms of forgiveness.

But that wasn’t the case. In fact, it has such an easy launch, and sufficient loft that you should be able to negotiate most lies without too much worry. The hybrid consolidates this nicely.

In fact, a small criticism I might give is that it did seem to have a higher-than-average trajectory when I hit it. 

But for many beginners, that is the very thing you look for in a hybrid, so it comes down to personal preference. But, overall, you won’t be disappointed with the feel and performance of these bad boys.

Irons

The irons range from 6-9 and a PW, and these were the real surprise package for me.

The struggle with beginner irons is finding something forgiving, which isn’t too cumbersome, and Wilson have struck that balance perfectly here.

Not only that, but the ball literally comes off the clubface like a frozen rope, even when you mishit it.

If you struggle with a big slice, or coming over the top, you’ll be really pleased to see how this one keeps your ball down the straight and narrow.

This owes in part to the sizeable sweet spot, but also the perimeter weighting, which compounds that strong essence of forgiveness.

Putter

Wilson have gone for a heel/toe alignment putter, which is rather light, but still steady enough. It lines up very well, and I had good success from close range.

However, none of this is at the expense of distance control, and the insert on the face offers a silky feel at the point of contact.

Bag and Accessories

The stand bag is probably one of the most notable enhancements from the 2015 version of this set.

Although the colour is similar, the lightweight, ergonomic design will ensure that your shoulders don’t take on much strain, while there are a number of pockets to take care of your storage needs (including a big one for apparel).

Although there isn’t an abundance of other accessories, it does come with a rain hood, headcovers for driver, wood and hybrid, and a carry backstrap. 

Most importantly, the bag sits nicely on your shoulders, and I’d put forward that it seems quite durable too.

Why should you buy the Wilson Men’s Ultra 2017 Complete Golf Set

For those who are new to the game, and keen to get their handicap down, you’re going to struggle to find a more forgiving set of golf clubs than this. Not only that, but the big clubheads and ample sweetspots still offer up plenty of control, with good feedback on your shots too.

The price is reasonable, without being a steal. There are also better populated sets out there in terms of the number of clubs in the bag. But, if you’re just starting out, and are less concerned about plugging marginal distance gaps between clubs, the Wilson Ultra Complete Package Set is one of the most user-friendly game-improvement options on the market.

This brand is a leader in the beginner golf club domain, and has consistently set the pace. This set is no exception, and it is without hesitation that we give this fine collection of merchandise our stamp of approval.

About the author 

Paul Bradshaw

Paul hit his first golf shot at the age of 5, and from that point on was immediately hooked. He went on to become one of the leading amateurs in South Africa, securing a full golf scholarship with the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. Turning professional in 2004, Paul played extensively on the Sunshine Tour and co-sanctioned European Tour events. Paul is our lead editor at Golf Assessor.

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