Wilson Dynapower Irons for 2024

Dynapower2024Wilson’s new Dynapower irons are designed to aid players wanting consistent solid impact and feature the iconic Wilson feel with added resistance to twisting.

Fast Facts Wilson Dynapower Irons
Game-improvement category
Variable thickness face
Sole Power Holes
Toe-bias weighting
Low center of gravity
Stock lofts: 5-iron 21°, pitching wedge 42°
Stock shafts: KBS Max Ultralite, UST Recoil Dart 65
Stock Grip: Lamkin Crossline 360
Price: 7-club set steel shafts $800 or $900 graphite

The classic Dynapower irons were first made in 1956 and the newest modern model was designed with a tip of the hat to the almost 70-year-old Dynapower tradition.

Wilson built the 2024s for recreational golfers, the majority of whom have swing issues that prevent consistent ball striking. The variable thickness face was created after using artificial intelligence to analyze thousands of face/Power Hole configurations to achieve the maximum result when impact is not in the center of the face.

Power Holes are Wilson label for three slots in the iron sole allowing added face flexing when the ball is struck.

The construction helps to retain ball speed across the face and particularly if the ball is struck near the toe, the tendency of 65% of 10+ handicap players. The head’s toe-biased weighting makes resistance to twisting (MOI) high and the low center of gravity makes for higher launch angles.

Dynapowers also have sufficient hosel and shaft offset to promote another desirable position at impact, having the hands ahead of the ball.

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