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(4) Testers Wanted Wilson Staff D300 Irons We can make it official now - Wilson is back! Back in the MyGolfSpy Community Review Program, that is. And somewhere Wilson Staffers like Sam Snead, Ty Webb and Shooter McGavin are smiling... We're looking for 4 of you to test, review and keep a set of the Wilson D300 irons, with FLX Face Technology. Wilson's Players Irons take a back seat to no one,and its F-C-D irons classification system (Feel-Crossover-Distance) is as simple as it gets. We want to know if the d300rons deliver the goods. Signing up is easy, and must be done in this thread. Please tell us the following: Your first name and home state/province: Current handicap/avg score: Have you ever gamed Wilson irons? If so, which set? What is your current iron set? We'll take applications into next week and will be announcing the testers here. Good luck!
Wilson announced its new Super game improvement offerings today - the D300 irons and metal woods. Have had the chance to try them over the weekend - duly impressed with both. The irons are even easier to hit than the D200's, if such a thing is possible. Adding the FLX Face Tech to the irons has given them a much softer, almost forged like sound and feel. Impressive for an SGI irons. Like the Steelheads, JGR Hybrid irons and others in that niche, they go VERY high with the stock shafts - with some carry to them. The metal woods aren't bad, either -- stock shaft as the Matrix Speed Rulz A type -- 44 grams with a no upcharge option for the 65 gram. These are also designed to help get the ball up in the air and get some carry - but I played a D200 for the season 2 years ago with a RIP Phenon NL shaft and loved it. The sound is not nearly as tinny as the D200, as well -- it's much more muted and "thwacky." Blogs posts on each today. Click here to check out the irons, and here to check out the metal woods. Gotta say, some of the comments on the metal woods blog are borderline hilarious, if not particularly enlightened Thoughts?