What we say...
A progressive head design means the higher lofts have smaller heads so you get maximum forgiveness in the longer shafted lower lofts. Micro vortex generators on the crown reduce drag and improve aerodynamics so you generate maximum carry on every shot.
The D300 is a book you really shouldn’t judge by its cover. It’s tiny but wide head looks more like a little fairway wood than hybrid. And initially we thought the size could zap confidence from the vey golfers its designed to help. Yet the results it produced were remarkable. Our test pro thought it was the best Wilson club he’d hit throughout the whole of our Top Gear tests. And Simon was caught off guard by its ability to launch shots higher than other hybrid he tested without robbing him of valuable yards. The D300’s shaft weighs in at just 54g. It’s 28g lighter than some of the competition and much closer to the weight of a standard driver shaft. We felt it gave a really positive responsive feel and meant the D300 racked up a carry distance 3 yards further than the test average.
Unlike drivers, golfers are much less likely to buy a hybrid because it generates a few more yards. So your criteria for buying hybrids should be different. If your criteria shortlist includes easy to launch, forgiveness, good distance and ball speed protection then the D300 is difficult to beat.