The newly launched Wilson Staff D7 driver, woods and hybrids for 2019 provide golfers with greater ball speeds for longer distances, and ultimate playability when attacking the green. Changeable Sole Weights Innovative, interchangeable sole plates, one titanium and one carbon fiber, are included for significant launch and spin changes. I swing easy so I am fine with the Uniflex that came in mine. Therefore I would stick to the middle and low loft ranges all the time. I loved the show and went out to test the head this weekend. The final thing that really stood out was the solid feel.
For the first time in a long time, Wilson is elbowing its way onto the main stage. However, it was more hidden in the set up of the driver than in the. Over 44% of the head has been replaced with lightweight carbon fiber, leaving a rigid titanium skeleton that provides structural stability and precise weight distribution for ultimate in adjustability. This in itself seems a bit unusual for the brand as most people may associate Wilson Staff more recently with game improvement, mid handicap clubs, but they are the brand with the most iron wins at majors so maybe it should not be a surprise. Keep in mind that I am taking the sound factor out of the actual feel, which is hard for most people to do, as we use our sense of sound to judge our shots.
Whilst you are on your launch monitor you should also factor in the correct loft setting. I tried it over the weekend and: I am not a fan of how it looks. The only thing I was disappointed in no one has said if it improved the distance in the drive that is what counts. If you want lower ball flight put the lighter weight in the back. If you want, a draw bias put the heavy weight in the heel.
It is, however, very different from virtually every other driver out there. If I owned one the first thing I would do is spraypaint the top of the clubhead. When your driver sells, fairway metal woods, hybrids, irons and wedges follow. I see no content in his statements that constitute sexism anywhere. Three adjustable sole weights secure the plate and offer another form of adjustability. This superlight design helps produce faster ball speeds across the whole face to maximise distance.
I have hit pretty much every driver out and this driver held its on. Allowing players to swing faster with the effort resulting in more distance. It was so much fun, i went to a par 5 of our local course and hit different balls and tried the weight. I see it more as him lamenting the lack of recognizable, competitive American golfers as he immediately discussed Lexi and Michelle. If you ignore the holes, the C300 driver looks quite classy with a dark matt red finish contrasting subtly with the black face.
Designed by show contestant Evan Hoffman of San Diego, California, the Wilson Staff Cortex is the winning driver design of the second season of Driver vs. I did not really notice any difference in distance or accuracy compared to my cobra biocell+ I am probably not savy enough to notice anyways. Thanks to Tom Wishon and good luck Wilson Golf. He jokingly picked a Korean because they dominate the tour. The Triton may be the most adjustable driver in the game, and while the Adjustable Weight template is pretty self-explanatory, many golfers may want some help finding the right setup.
This did reduce the launch angle and the balance of the club must have suited me better as I got more ball speed and was more accurate even if I was a few yards longer. Similarities across the three shafts include keeping the handle flexes the same for feel, but adjusting the mid and tip sections for launch and spin to achieve desired results. The new lightweight crown construction features thin-cast pockets which reduces five grams of weight and promotes the superlight design. With the Nike, we averaged a 13. Played Wilson back in the 70s and 80s I am not a fan of adjustability but many players are and I think this club will sell.
What I found is I am a bit longer, straighter, and more consistent with the C300 than with any of my collection of drivers, even the Triton. Better players will probably like the heavier 11 gram weight to feel the head a little more, whereas mid handicappers may prefer the standard or lighter 3 gram weight to try and get a little more ball speed. And that is despite the looks and the sound of the Triton, although the C300 also sounds a bit crashy and has hit a few branches on the way down too. Usually for me I go straight from the parking lot to the tee , i end up hitting a crisp slice! If Triton can fill that hole and perform as Wilson hopes it will, the slow, steady growth Wilson has experienced over the past several years might just get a boost. We carry Golf Balls from all the manufacturers including Bridgestone, Callaway, Titleist, Srixon, Taylormade, Wilson and more. I maybe in the minority, but this sounds clunky yes, but its the easiest Driver i have hit.
However, I read about the show, and even thought of getting together with an old golf pro who fits and rebuilds clubs to take a swipe at this competition. Only my interpretation, but he learned to like the attention he got being Tiger's swing coach, he stayed in the spotlight with his Haney Project show, and continues to crave attention, so he's doing radio to get his fix. Looking good on the golf course never hurt anybody's game either! The quality and technology here is no different than anything else on the market. The Atmos Black provides a very low launch and low spin. We never quite got past the drawing board.