Wilson Staff has introduced its D200 family of clubs, comprising a new driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.
The clubs are lighter than the previous D100 range, but offer a more solid feel and increased forgiveness, thanks to improved weight positioning.
Right Light technology – first introduced last year – returns alongside new innovations to ensure the D200 family is Wilson Staff’s most advanced club range to date.
The Wilson Staff SuperLight D200 driver – which comes in 9, 10.5 and 13-degree lofts – weighs in at just 268 grams, meaning golfers can generate higher ball speeds without swinging any faster.
The 189-gram head is supplemented by a 44-gram UST Elements Chrome shaft and a 25-gram Golf Pride Tour 25 grip, making it one of the lightest adjustable drivers on the market.
A new six-way adjustable hosel has three different loft and draw settings, while Reactive Face Technology expands the size of the face in the heel and toe areas to provide more forgiveness and distance on mis-hit shots.
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The Wilson Staff D200 fairway wood, available in 15°, 18° and 21° models, has a rounded sole that provides versatility off the deck, while larger heel and toe areas in the face increase forgiveness on off-centre hits.
The stronger-lofted hybrids have more forgiveness through a larger volume, and the weaker versions are smaller to provide more feel and accuracy.
Wilson Staff D200 irons are designed with speed in mind, and the brand says they deliver 2mph more ball speed than the D100s they replace.
Weight has also been saved from the face and moved to the heel and toe to help increase moment of inertia by 5%.
D200 Driver: £199
D200 Fairway wood: £129
D200 Hybrid: £119
D200 Irons: £349 (steel); £429 (graphite)
Availability: on sale now