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The C300 Forged irons use Power Holes all around the face in the 3-8 irons, including a second row on the sole of the club, to maximize flexibility. This increases face deflection by 27.3% for even more speed, meaning more distance. "Minimizing the contact points between the face and the body is important. Now the entire support structure flexes for greater performance," Jon Pregande, Golf Club Innovation Manager at Wilson.
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.
"On the forged side, we start with the look of the F category club, create the package for the better golfer, and then we add what distance technology we can. The biggest benefit is in those longer irons. It's distance where you really want it with a great setup control and feel golfers are looking for," Jon Pergande, Golf Club Innovation Manager at Wilson.
The forged face offers a great, soft feel and the responsiveness lower handicap golfers prefer. Combined with an 8620 carbon steel body, you get added distance and forgiveness.
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The Wilson Staff C300 Forged irons are designed more for the feel side of the C category golfer. They combine the compact look and forged feel better golfers prefer with added distance and forgiveness. "The beauty of the C category is that this is the core of all golfers. The C category has the ideal size, setup, and performance for the vast majority of players out there," Jon Pergande, Golf Club Innovation Manager at Wilson.