Dynapower driver offers clear choice between carbon and titanium

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All latest Wilson woods benefit from market-leading AI technology
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January 16, 2023
Mark Flanagan in
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Wilson is just the latest club manufacturer to utilise the benefits of carbon in its drivers but the Chicago company has created an interesting dividing line between the more established titanium technology and the new kid on the block.

The carbon version of Wilson Dynapower driver is aimed at pros and single-figure handicap amateurs while the draw-biased titanium version will suit higher handicappers and casual golfers.

Wilson has engineered carbon into the sole and crown of its new top-end driver and positioned a new 12g weight so the centre of gravity is low and forward to assist players in their attempts to consistently drive the ball with as little spin as possible.


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The titanium Dynapower incorporates a 16g weight at the back, maxmising MOI and helping those off-centre drives go that little bit further. The draw bias is built in but those who don’t like that feature on ‘forgiving’ clubs can have that custom-fit out of the club thanks to a 6-way adjustable hosel.

On top of that both Dynapower drivers can be tweaked at fitting in a multitude of other ways – swing weight, flex, shaft, loft and lie – and you would be mad not to get a professional to tailor your driver to your needs.

Wilson Dynapower Carbon and titanium comparison

The fairway woods incorporate a 12g rear weight designed to deliver a forgiving high launch angle and ball trajectory. Testing by Tour players during the development of the clubs resulted in a flatter profile for a clean set-up behind the ball.

And all the Dynapower woods – including the stylish-looking women’s version –  benefit from Artificial Intelligence methods that were pioneered on the highly-effective Wilson D9 wood range.

The AI simulates a wide variety of data variations to produce the most effective design possible. It resulted in the deployment of exclusive PKR2 Technology on both carbon and titanium heads, providing a dynamic face thickness optimised over an extended area of the clubface which should generate faster ball speeds and provide maximum forgiveness on off-centre hits.



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Club info


Carbon version (£420)

• Loft: 9˚, 10.5˚, 12˚

• Shaft: Fujkura Ventus Blue

Titanium version (£370)

• Loft: 9˚, 10.5˚ & 13˚

• Shaft: X HZRDUS Smoke Red RDX



• Loft: 14˚

• Shaft: True Temper Project X EvenFlow


Fairways (£220)

• Loft: 15˚ (3-wood), 18˚ (5-wood), 21˚ (7-wood)

• Shaft: Project X HZRDUS Smoke Red RDX


• Loft: 15.5˚ (3-wood), 18.5˚ (5-wood), 21.5˚ (7-wood)

• Shaft: True Temper Project X EvenFlow

All drivers and fairways come with a Lamkin Crossline 360 grip

Available in Europe: Early March

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Mark Flanagan has spent 25 years as a sports journalist. He has written for multiple golf magazines and can often be found missing putts from inside gimme range.

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