Wilson Golf, the brand with 62 major wins credited to its irons – more than any other golf manufacturer – has utilised cutting-edge AI technology in its latest Dynapower range to create one of the most forgiving player distance irons ever engineered.

The all-new Wilson Dynapower Forged irons represents another generational model steeped in history, backed by modern-day innovation for golfers seeking more power, faster ball speeds and maximum distance.

“The introduction of the new Dynapower Forged irons ensures that Wilson remains synonymous with high quality Forged clubs appealing to accomplished players,” said Jon Pergande, Manager of Wilson Golf Club Innovation. “Following the successful revival of the iconic club franchise last year, it was imperative that we got this model right and we’re confident that golfers will find its shot-making results spectacular,” he added.

Constructed from 8620 carbon steel, the new Dynapower Forged irons have been meticulously crafted and rigorously tested using an advanced Wilson Golf AI technology system. This system incorporates a new Variable Face Thickness to ensure faster ball speeds across the clubface.

The Enhanced Power Hole Technology construction (applicable to 4-7 irons only) combines with Variable Face Thickness to deliver maximum distance. Meanwhile, a high MOI construction, a low Centre of Gravity and the redistribution of weight towards the toe result in more forgiving, higher-launching shots with impressive stopping power on the greens.

“By utilising AI during construction and investing more in R&D, we’ve been able to thoroughly test every possible variation to deliver a Forged iron that will offer incredible feel and distance off the clubface, while provide an aesthetically appealing, thinner look from the top-line and at address,” added Pergande.

The Wilson Dynapower Forged irons will be available next month, with stock shaft options  including the premium KBS Tour Lite in steel (R 95g & S 100g) and the Mamiya UST Recoil DART 75 in graphite (65g). Both versions come equipped with a Wilson Lamkin Crossline 360 grip.

The Dynapower Forged club set will have an RRP of £900/€1,015 (4-PW) for steel shafts and £834/€942 (5-PW) for graphite. Both shaft options are available in right and left-handed options. A 3-iron is available through custom fit purchases.


Building on one of the most impactful equipment franchises in the game, the iconic Dynapower franchise was successfully reintroduced last year with the launch of the Dynapower driver – one of the most adjustable drivers ever created by Wilson – available in both Carbon and Titanium head options.

The fairway wood and hybrid were also introduced alongside the Dynapower cast irons, engineered primarily for aspirational golfers with a handicap of 10 or higher who seek more distance and occasional mishit management in their game.

For more information on the Dynapower Forged Irons, the broader Dynapower range and all other Wilson Golf products, please visit www.wilson.com

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.