What we say...
Wilson Staff D300 Driver: You need to know
The lightest adjustable driver on the market say Wilson, the theory being you swing faster with the same amount of effort. Micro-vortex generators on the crown improve aerodynamics and reduce drag to wring out every last yard of carry distance from whatever club speed you can muster.
Wilson Staff D300 Driver: We say
Wilson’s idea of going super lightweight with every component in the D300 is an interesting concept. The D family is now in its third generation so the idea’s paying dividends with real world golfers. In our minds there’s no doubt the concepts sound so long as you’re able to “time” shots on a consistent basis.
Our three testers saw a mix of spikes and troughs in performance (long individual shots) with some pretty big drop offs in ball speeds and carry distances on miss hits. The D300 didn’t quite power through with maximum carry distances for any tester, instead it put in a solid just above average performance to the other drivers tested.
Wilson Staff D300 Driver: Verdict
We often hear golfers talk about how they like to “feel” or “know” where the club heads at during the golf swing. If you’re that type of player you might struggle to get to grips with the D300, because it’s so light. If though you like that super lightweight sensation, fill your boots you won’t find lighter than the D300.