Wilson Golf introduces the all-new Dynapower line, fully adjustable woods and irons that deliver more forgiveness and distance confidence.

Wilson Golf introduces its new range of Dynapower clubs

Wilson Dynapower

Nearly 70 years after Wilson Sporting Goods Co. redefined expectations for power and distance in irons, Wilson Golf introduces an all-new line of woods and irons with Dynapower that offers a new generation of golfers of all levels, one of the greatest achievements in the history of golf.

Reinvigorating the Dyna-Powered heritage that has revolutionized the game with innovative weight distribution across its iron series since 1956, the acclaimed franchise features the first driver with fully adjustable Wilson Tour features and distance-focused irons, plus woods rangelands and hybrids.

"We first marked the world of golf seventy years ago and it's time to do it again", said Tim Clarke, President of Wilson Golf. “Just like the original concept, these new woods and irons are built to deliver more power, reflecting our desire to continue to innovate and deliver premium products that build confidence in golfers of all skill levels. This time around we've used advanced artificial intelligence technology to redefine golf club power options and we're extremely proud of this new line of Dynapower products and the impact they can have.", he added.

The new Dynapower driver is one of the most adjustable drivers Wilson has ever created. It is available with carbon and titanium heads. It comes with a host of customization options – swingweight, flex, shaft, loft and lie that allow golfers to create their ideal club.

Using advanced artificial intelligence methods, thousands of club head shapes have been analyzed using the same computer design process that produced the award-winning Wilson D9 range of woods. Simulating a multitude of data variations to produce the most efficient design possible has resulted in the implementation of proprietary PKR2 technology on the carbon and titanium heads, providing an optimized dynamic face thickness over an area extended face for high ball speeds and maximum forgiveness on off-center hits. A new dynamic 6-position adjustable hosel allows fitters to quickly change shafts, while golfers can self-adjust trajectory and spin with just one click.

Wilson Golf introduces its new range of Dynapower clubs

“Research shows that golfers achieve 25% more Green In Regulation from the fairway, while approximately 60% of average 10-handicap golfers hit the green 125-150 yards away. The new Dynapower driver gives golfers the chance to achieve better scores,” said Jon Pergande, Head of Club Innovation at Chicago-based Wilson Golf

Aimed at the avid golfer looking to work the ball off the tee, lightweight carbon panels on the crown and sole along with a 12g weight shift the center of gravity down and forward, creating a head lower spin driver with neutral to bland trajectories.

Designed more for the ambitious player looking to maximize distance with a straighter trajectory, the titanium head incorporates a 16g rear weight which produces a high moment of inertia driver with a low rear center of gravity providing an angle of higher and forgiving launch with a neutral-to-draw trajectory.

the new Dynapower irons are shown with a Wilson red band for men and turquoise for women

Wilson Golf introduces its new range of Dynapower clubsDeveloped primarily for golfers aiming for a 10+ handicap, Dynapower irons – have been designed to appeal to players looking for more distance and tolerance for the occasional foul in their game.

They feature varying thickness on each section of the face to make more of the face explosive, especially the center-toe area where approximately 85% of shots are struck.

“The face of the new Dynapower irons is the thinnest we've ever designed compared to the overall average thickness,” said Jon Pergande. “The thinner edge, generous offset and elongated smooth hosel provide a pleasing look. AI methods have helped us reposition the weight in order to achieve more power and distance”, he added.

Using advanced artificial intelligence methods for the first time to design irons – the same computer-based process used successfully for Dynapower and D9 woods – thousands of variations of club head data and shapes were analyzed to produce the most efficient and aesthetically pleasing iron possible. The resulting design then incorporated pioneering Wilson Power Hole 3.0 technology to deliver maximum ball speed across the face of every club.

The brand's latest clubs, which have won the most irons (62), are heel-to-toe weighted for a higher moment of inertia and a lower center of gravity to provide excellent stability on pitches. off-center hits, which also promotes higher launch and steeper angles of descent.

Wilson Golf introduces its new range of Dynapower clubsEngineered using the same AI techniques as the driver, the new Wilson Dynapower fairway woods and hybrids feature a high moment of inertia head and an advanced Tour-inspired shape for complete confidence off the tee. tee and on the fairway. These sleek fairway woods feature a 12g tail weight that delivers a high, forgiving ball flight and launch angle. Testing by Tour players during club development resulted in a flatter profile for a clean position behind the ball.

The Dynapower Hybrid features variable face thickness and internal mass to position the center of gravity low and back to generate easier, more forgiving flight. We've also incorporated the flatter profile favored by Tour players for added confidence at address.

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