Wilson Staff’s new super game improvement D300 range is designed for maximum forgiveness and distance.
REVIEW: WILSON STAFF D300
The woods feature Right Light Technology with additional Micro Vortex Generators, while the irons feature FLX Face Technology.
“Innovation is at the core of all we do and elevating distance is something we take seriously,” said Michael Vrska, Global Innovation Director of Wilson Golf.
“Micro Vortex Generators and Right Light are technologies that players can see and feel, but most importantly, the speed and distance benefits will be obvious from the first swing,” he added.
One of the lightest drivers on the market. A new head shape and Micro Vortex Generators reduce drag for faster club head speeds and distance.
Greens Means Go! Fast Fit technology allows for quick adjustments by eliminating the need to take the head of when making alterations. Right Light Technology, with an interchangeable weight, allows players to swing the club faster.
A six-way adjustable hosel, with three draw options, covers loft settings from eight to 14 degrees. Three adjustable sole weights allow players to alter launch angle, ball speed and spin rates. Loft options are 9, 10.5 and 13 degrees.
Shaft: Matrix Speed Rulz a-Type 44 and 65 graphite shafts
Grip: Golf Pride 21
D300 fairway woods
Also feature new head design and Micro Vortex Generators, and a Carpenter Custom 455 stainless steel face insert for more ball speed. Available in three lofts – 15, 18 and 21 degrees.
Shaft: Type 49 graphite
Grip: Golf Pride 25
Has a progressive head design, offering increased volume on stronger lofts for more forgiveness. Also has Micro Vortex Generators and Carpenter Custom 455 stainless steel insert.
Available in 2-7 hybrid, ranging from 17-31 degrees.
Shaft:Matrix Speed Rulz A-Type 54 graphite shaft
Grip: Wilson Staff Tour Traction
The new irons encorporate FLX Face technology, which minimises the contact points between the thin face and clubhead for more clubhead speed and distance.
Wilson’s testing shows only 26% of the face is connected to the body, while 74% of face perimeter is taken up by Power Holes, which have been improved from the version used in the C200 irons.
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The new holes are filled with TE031 Urethane, and extend through and around the face to provide a new sound and feel.
Heel and toe weight pods, with a combined weight of 60 grams, are positioned on the edges of the clubhead, for greater MOI and a deeper centre of gravity and forgiveness.
Price:(5-SW) £579 steel and £659 graphite
Shaft: KBS Tour 0 steel and Matrix Rulz A-Type 54 graphite
Grips:Wilson Staff tour Traction
Available: 10 February
Head to the Wilson Staff website for more.