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Power Holes are used for the first time in Wilson's fairway woods, increasing face deflection by 8.8%. Just like the design that revolutionized irons, urethane-filled holes are placed around the face to minimize contact between the body and face to maximize flex and expand the sweet spot out toward the heel and toe. More flex equals more speed. More speed equals more distance.
Three weight ports allow you to move weight around to match your preference: high MOI with low spin, draw bias, or fade bias.
The adjustable hosel allows for a 3° range in each model so you can fine tune your launch performance to hit it off the deck or off the tee exactly how you want.
Leave the competition seeing red in a new matte finish that reduces glare, looks great down by the ball, and stands out with a unique design on the golf course.
New Lamkin Crossline 2 grip is larger and softer with more grip to give you greater control and deliver the club to the ball consistently.
|Wilson Staff C300 Fairway Woods|
|Club||Loft||Length||Lie Angle||Swing Weight|
|Strong 3 Wood||13.5°||43.5"||57°||D2.5|
The Wilson Staff C300 fairway woods are ideal for the majority of golfers by appealing to both the C and F categories in Wilson's family. The inclusion of Power Hole technology adds forgiveness by expanding the sweet spot and protecting ball speed all across the face. This club has adjustable features for those who like to fine-tune their performance as well. "The beauty of the C category is that this is the core of all golfers. It has the ideal performance for the vast majority of players out there," Jon Pregande, Golf Club Innovation Manager at Wilson.