Q & A
In an effort to get improved performance out of its new D300 women's hybrids, Wilson focused a great deal of attention on aerodynamics and creating a more efficient head design. From an aerodynamic standpoint, Micro Vortex Generators used on the crown of the D300 hybrids reduce air drag for enhanced distance. Additionally, based on the loft of the model, the head volume and face curvature changes to either deliver greater distance and forgiveness or more control and accuracy. Also of note, a Carpenter Custom 455 Face Insert has been utilized in the design to create a thinner clubface that delivers higher ball speeds. The Wilson D300 women's hybrids have a swing weight of C5 and come in lofts of 22.5, 25.5, 28.5, and 31.5 degrees and for right-handed players only. The stock shaft is the high-launch UST Mamiya SL 50, and the stock grip is the Ladies Wilson Staff Winn.
|Stock Shaft||UST Mamiya SL 50 graphite|
|Stock Grip||Ladies Wilson Staff Winn|
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Players of all ability levels. The Wilson women's D300 hybrids deliver on all levels, as they’re long, accurate, forgiving, and easy to launch. They also offer exceptional sound and feel and that along with their aforementioned playability attributes makes them a great candidate to replace the long irons or outdated hybrids of low- and high-handicappers alike.
Wilson D300 Driver, Fairway, and Hybrid Line
Reduce air drag during the swing for more speed and enhanced distance.
Allows for a thinner, hotter face that generates faster ball speeds from across the clubface.
Clubhead size and face curvature change depending on loft to deliver optimum performance.
“With the hybrid, again, very similar to the fairway wood. Really solid, really muted, very easy to launch, which is, I think, what everybody wants first and foremost out of a hybrid.”
Chris Wallace, TGW staff writer
|Wilson D300 Hybrids|
|Wilson Women's D300 Hybrid Shaft Information|
|UST Mamiya SL 50|