Wilson Introduces New Dynapower Line Featuring Drivers Through Irons


That’s how you’d describe Wilson Golf’s Dynapower line, which debuted seven decades ago.

The line has been revamped and updated, using the latest computer technology and materials, with a new driver and fairway line, as well as complimentary irons.

“These powerful irons and adjustable drivers are built with our legendary history in mind as we continue to innovate,” says Tim Clarke, president of Wilson Golf. The Dynapower line was initially released in 1956. In developing the line, the company used artificial intelligence to create a variable-thickness face option to make its clubface hotter.

Dynapower Irons

To create Dynapower, Wilson analyzed thousands of combinations of variable face thickness and power hole locations, delivering the optimal combination. Dynapower Irons deliver maximum ball speeds across the entire club face, with a focus on the center and toe, because that is where 65% of shots are struck by mid-handicap golfers.

Key technologies

Highly forgiving

Featuring a high moment of inertia for stability on off-center strikes, and a low centre of gravity to help get the ball in the air.


Dynapower irons feature a pleasing topline with limited offset for a balanced look.

Are they for me?

If you’re a more than a 10-handicap and seeking an option beyond the standard manufacturers, this is a historic brand with a sophisticated technology story.

Dynapower Carbon and Titanium Drivers

Wilson has crafted two new drivers as part of the Dynapower line, both with six-way adjustability, allowing them to be readily dialed in.

Key technologies:


The Carbon version, as you’d expect, uses a carbon composite panel on the crown and sole, allowing engineers to move discretionary weight. The result is lower spin and a neutral flight.


The Titanium driver uses a 16-gram rear weight to help make a highly forgiving driver.

Dynamic face thickness

PKR2 face thickness extends power on off-centre strikes.

Are they for me?

If you’re a slicer of the ball, the Titanium version will be your choice with its draw-bias and adjustability. The Carbon version is for those with higher spin tendencies, and the company bills it as being aimed more at lower handicap golfers.

Dynapower Fairway Woods and Hybrids

The Dynapower fairway woods feature rear weighting and variable face thickness seen throughout the line to deliver great ball speeds over the entire face and high ball flight. The Dynapower hybrids feature a low center of gravity and variable face thickness to deliver easy-to-launch ball flight, precise distance, and a flatter profile for a confident setup.

Key technologies

High MOI head

Using a 12-gram rear weight, these are highly stable fairway woods that offer plenty of forgiveness. The hybrids also have the centre of gravity positioned low and back to produce high MOI.

Tour-inspired head

Both clubs have what Wilson calls an “advanced, tour-inspired head shape.” This means the fairway and hybrid have a flatter profile that better players find pleasing.

Are they for me?

Both the fairway woods and the hybrid offer the best of both worlds—aesthetics that better golfers will enjoy, and forgiveness when they don’t quite catch it in the middle of the clubface.


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