Price: $499.99/$429.99 (Carbon/Titanium) with Fujikura Ventus Blue shaft or Project X HZRDUS Red shaft and Lamkin Crossline 360 grips.
Specs: All titanium head with adjustable hosel for the DynaPWR Titanium in 9-, 10.5- and 13-degree versions. Titanium chassis with carbon fiber crown and toe panel with adjustable hosel for the DynaPWR Carbon in 8-, 9-, 10.5- and 12-degree versions.
Available: March 1
When it comes to drivers, manufacturers can design clubs two ways: Create something that should appeal to a wide range of recreational golfers and then work with pros to get that club into play, or create a driver that appeals to accomplished golfers but try to make it playable for the masses. Traditionally, Wilson made drivers with mid- and higher-handicap players in mind, but with the DynaPWR drivers, the company sought feedback and validation from staff professionals first. As a result for 2023, Wilson made the DynaPWR Carbon and the DynaPWR Titanium for two different player types.
Both DynaPWR drivers come standard with a six-position adjustable hosel that allows players and fitters to increase or decrease the loft by as many as 2 degrees. They also have a variable-thickness Peak Kinetic Response (PKR) face that helps protect ball speed on off-center hits.
The DynaPWR Carbon driver was made for golfers who want a low-spin option with a low-to-mid launch that allows players to hit both draws and fades. It has a large carbon fiber crown that reduces weight on the club’s top and lowers the center of gravity, along with a carbon fiber panel in the toe portion of the sole.
A 12-gram weight in the back of the head increases forgiveness, and the weight saved using carbon fiber in the crown and sole has been repositioned in the front of the head, which shifts the center of gravity forward to increase ball speed and reduce spin.
The DynaPWR Titanium driver is an all-titanium construction with a 16-gram weight in the back of the head that pulls the center of gravity down and away from the hitting area. That should increase spin, help produce a higher launch for more carry distance and boost the moment of inertia for more stability.
Wilson said the DynaPWR Carbon produces about 250 rpm less spin than the DynaPWR Titanium. At the same time, the titanium model has a…