Wilson Staff Men's C300 Irons

Image of Wilson Staff Men's C300 Irons showing the Power Hole technology and cast construction to deliver more flex, more speed, and more distance.

Wilson Staff Men's C300 Irons

Hand: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • Right
    Right
  • Left
    Left
Set Composition: #4-GW The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • #4-GW
    #4-GW
Shaft: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • KBS Tour 90 Steel
    KBS Tour 90 Steel
  • Fujikura Speeder Pro
    Fujikura Speeder Pro
Flex: The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
  • Regular
    Regular
  • Stiff
    Stiff
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Description

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Features

  • Power Hole technology positioned around the face maximize flex for greater ball speed
  • FLX Face designed to increase both distance and forgiveness
  • Medium width top-line provides a more appealing look at address
  • Cast construction using 17-4 stainless steel
Power Hole Technology

Power Hole Technology

The C300 irons use Power Holes all around the face, including a second row on the sole of the club, to maximize flexibility. This increases face deflection by 57.8% for even more speed, meaning more distance.

FLX Face

FLX Face

Wilson's tradition of creating a large, thin, unsupported club face is here in the FLX Face design. The entire face flexes to create greater deflection which means more distance for you.

17-4 cast

17-4 Cast Construction

The traditional cast construction and materials provides distance, power, and forgiveness with a level of feel and feedback that all golfers will appreciate.

What's New with the C300 Line

Explore the new features and technology in the Wilson C300 line.

Wilson Staff Men's C300 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Swing Weight
#3 19° 39.5" 59.5° D2
#4 21° 39" 60° D2
#5 24° 38.5" 61° D2
#6 27° 38" 61.5° D2
#7 31° 37.5" 62° D2
#8 35° 37" 63° D2
#9 39° 36.5" 63.5° D2
PW 44° 36" 64° D2
GW 48° 35.75" 64.5° D2
SW 55° 35.5" 64.5° D2

Specs

  • Top Rated: 4.9
  • 3 Iron: 19° Loft | 39.5" Length | 59.5° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 4 Iron: 21° Loft | 39" Length | 60° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 5 Iron: 24° Loft | 38.5" Length | 61° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 6 Iron: 27° Loft | 38" Length | 61.5° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 7 Iron: 31° Loft | 37.5" Length | 62° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 8 Iron: 35° Loft | 37" Length | 63° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • 9 Iron: 39° Loft | 36.5" Length | 63.5° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • Pitching Wedge: 44° Loft | 36" Length | 64° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • Gap Wedge: 48° Loft | 35.75" Length | 64.5° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • Sand Wedge: 55° Loft | 35.5" Length | 64.5° Lie | D2 Swing Weight
  • Grip: Lamkin Crossline 2
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Irons & Iron Sets
Wilson Staff Men's C300 Irons #4-GW KBS Tour 90 Steel is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Equals or exceeds Mizuno irons. Period. Started off (many years ago) with Wilson irons and then, based upon marketing “pitches”, gave Mizuno irons a shot. Those irons - various iterations of them - were quite good: no complaints. But recently, I decided to revisit Wilson. Bought a set of C300’s (forged) and I haven’t “looked back”. They are wonderful: all that Mizuno is, and more.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wilson Staff C300 Irons Love my new C300 irons. Classic looks that are super long and forgiving.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable I'll tell you what I used to be scratch in my 20-30's. Stopped playing for 8 yrs until about a year and a half ago. Managed to get back to a 7 handicap. I hit these at a demo and they were awesome. Today I got my set delivered. I ran strait out to the course and let me tell you these are the BEST clubs I've ever hit in my life. I used to play Taylor Made, Calaway, and also had a custom made Riley set when nobody had custom clubs. I hit the ball farther with each club then I ever did even back then. You guys truly knocked it out of the park with these. So glad I tried and purchased them.
Date published: 2019-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Purchase! Bought these irons a couple months ago and have been greatly improve my game accuracy!
Date published: 2018-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Irons! The C300 Irons Feel great and play great! Looking forward to my next round.
Date published: 2018-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love the feel and distance, plus they look great!!
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They play great I bought these a month ago and they play great. Great feel and I seem to hit the ball more cleanly.
Date published: 2018-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice clubs, good feel So I've played with a kevlar shafted set for about 20 years (non Wilson). The Wilsons are my first new set in maybe 28 (took some time off). My friend has had Wilsons and whenever I grabbed one of his clubs I really liked how they felt, so I finally bought a set, as I was getting back into the game. I've got the KBS90's in stiff. 4-GW, I'm now starting to figure them out, but so far I'm liking them. I can't say anything about distance, because that 8 years off, I'm no where near my length and I'm going to say that is because of the time off and not the change in clubs. A couple of nit picks (one is maybe a tad more than a nit pick). The holes, hold water, so if you wash the clubs or put them quickly through the club washer at the range, water will pour out and you have to spend a few minutes turning them in various directions and swinging them so they are not put away in the bag holding water. Now the bigger issue I have, my faces are really getting scratched up. I've read reports of folks that were given the Forged in order to review (on another site) and they had complaints about the paint and things wearing off (even with short range use), I've played 18 (nicked up my 9 on a rock), but most of my clubs have considerable scratching on the face from just normal play. This makes me wonder about the quality of the finish that has been applied to these. I don't think they will affect performance, but only a month or so of ownership and there are micro scratches all over, seems questionable and does concern me about the longevity, if the finish started coming off that would be bad.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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I used the fat shaft Wilson. Irons for years with great success. Now that I am 67 and dont have those irons anymore and obviously not having the club head spread I once had, which irons would you suggest.

Asked by: Jim
If you are looking for a Wilson iron to help with distance and forgiveness with a more moderate swing speed, I would recommend the D7 irons: https://www.tgw.com/golf-clubs/golf-irons/wilson-mens-d7-irons
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2019-06-17

What type of grip is used and what is the swing weight of these irons?

Asked by: Doc117
These irons have a Lamkin Crossline 2 grip. They have a D2 swing weight.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-04-21

How many grams is the shaft on the C300 regular shaft

Asked by: BJ3924
That will depend on which shaft and flex you choose. The steel shaft option weighs 95 grams in regular flex and 102 grams in stiff flex. The graphite shaft option will weight around 78 grams.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-11-08

Are senior shafts available on 300 irons would the combination of 5-PW.AW be available in graphite?

Asked by: GGabe18
We do not have any stock sets in senior flex, however, you may customize the clubs with Senior Flex by clicking the "enter custom specs" tab located on the product page directly above the photo of the irons.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-07-09

+1.0 LENGTH TO SHAFT?

Asked by: jock
You may currently customize these clubs by clicking the "Enter Custom Specs" tab located just above the image of the irons.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2019-05-13
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