Wilson is a big name in the golfing world and has thrown its hat into the ring with the C300 irons. The company produced a new Power Hole Technology a few years ago, and it’s implemented into these irons. In short, the technology puts urethane-filled holes at strategic positions in the face of the club. By doing this, there’s more flex on the face, providing a larger area to hit the ball. As a result, this increases the forgiveness of the club, meaning you don’t have to hit the ball in the sweet spot to get a straight stroke.
Another great feature is the stock shaft, which is extremely light and durable. The benefit of the lightness means you have more flex when hitting the ball, letting you strike it faster than ever before. As we’ve mentioned a couple of times, the speed of your shots is critical when it comes to getting the most distance out of them. Alongside this, you can get the balls higher in the air, providing more hang time to really control your drives.
The more we look at these irons, the more we realize they’re aimed at a specific type of player. Yes, you should have a high handicap, but you should also be struggling with your consistency. This is a big issue for many golfers, and it’s a problem the Wilson C300 irons are trying to correct. Thanks to the construction and face design, you achieve consistency with all of your shots. It’s very hard for you to hit, say, ten shots in a row from the same point, and see completely different outcomes.
Their playability around the green is perhaps not the best, which is why we recommend these irons for casual golfers who don’t play all the time. For instance, if you take long breaks between playing, these irons let you get back into the swing of things with consistent shots straight away.