The average consumer just wants to know if it is longer. So Wilson is giving them what they want; irons that are crazy long.
The D300 irons are the third set of irons in the D series and take distance to a whole different level. The iron has three key features.
At the core of the innovation is FLX FACE™ Technology that minimises contact points between the thin face and clubhead to generate greater speed and distance. Wilson Golf testing shows that only 26% of the face is connected to the body, while 74% of the face perimeter is taken up by Power Holes, refined from the successful C200 iron model. Filled with TE031 Urethane, the Power Holes extend through and around the face to provide a distinctive feel and sound, especially on an oversized forgiving distance iron. Those power holes are filled with Urethane so that the face can flex and then there is perimeter weighting for better CG placement.
Special heel and toe weight pods (combined weight 60 grams) positioned on the extreme perimeter of the clubhead, increase Moment of Inertia (MOI) for a deeper centre of gravity and extra forgiveness.
The Wilson Staff D300 irons are going to fit into the Game Improvement/Super Game Improvement iron category. They have wide soles, plenty of offset, a thick top line and offer some pretty extreme forgiveness. They obviously are not aimed at the low handicap golfing market, but for the distance seeker, these are going to be one of the longest irons you can buy.
If you want easy distance the Wilson Staff D300 irons are going to be hard to beat. If you want to hit longer irons shots, these are going to hit the ball Crazy Long.
The D300 come with KBS Tour 80 steel and Matrix Rulz A-Type 54 graphite shafts. The lightweight shaft makes them really easy to swing for the high handicap golfer.
Available in (5-9, PW, GW, SW both RH and LH), along with Wilson Staff Tour Traction grips.
Seven iron sets retail at – steel €650 & graphite €750