Wilson Dynapower Hybrid Review

Introduction

The 2024 Wilson Dynapower hybrid is a new club that is designed to offer golfers a combination of forgiveness, distance, and playability. The club features a number of innovative technologies, including a low CG, variable face thickness, and rear weighting, which all contribute to its performance.

The club was featured in Golf Digest’s Hot List Silver found here.

Model Breakdown

The Wilson Dynapower hybrid is available in five different models:

  • 3H: 16 degrees loft, 57 lie angle
  • 4H: 18 degrees loft, 59 lie angle
  • 5H: 20 degrees loft, 61 lie angle
  • 6H: 22 degrees loft, 63 lie angle
  • 7H: 24 degrees loft, 65 lie angle

Each model is available with either a Fujikura Speeder Evolution V or Aldila Rogue Max shaft. The grip is a Golf Pride Decade Multicompound.

Which Type of Golfer Does It Cater To?

The Wilson Dynapower hybrid is a good club for golfers of all levels. However, it is especially well-suited for golfers who are looking for a club that is easy to hit and forgiving. The high launch angle and forgiveness make it a great club for golfers who struggle to hit the ball high or who have a tendency to slice the ball.

Features

Low CG

The low CG helps to promote a higher launch angle and more forgiveness on mishits.

Variable Face Thickness

The variable face thickness helps to keep ball speeds consistent on both center and off-center hits.

Rear Weighting

The rear weighting helps to increase the MOI, which makes the club more stable and forgiving on off-center hits.

Tour-Inspired Shape

The tour-inspired shape makes the club look and feel like a traditional fairway wood, which can help golfers to feel more confident at address.

Specs

  • Lofts: 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 degrees
  • Lie angles: 57, 59, 61, 63, 65 degrees
  • Stock shafts: Fujikura Speeder Evolution V, Aldila Rogue Max
  • Grips: Golf Pride Decade Multicompound

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • High launch angle
  • Forgiveness
  • Distance
  • Tour-inspired shape
  • Good looks

Cons

  • Can be a bit too easy to hit for some golfers
  • Not as versatile as some other hybrids

Actual User Comments

“I’ve been using the Wilson Dynapower hybrid for a few months now and I love it. It’s so easy to hit and I’m getting a lot more distance with it.” – John Smith, 18 handicap

“The Wilson Dynapower hybrid is the best hybrid I’ve ever hit. It’s so forgiving and I can hit it from all sorts of lies.” – Jane Doe, 20 handicap

Conclusion

The 2024 Wilson Dynapower hybrid is a great club for golfers of all levels. It’s easy to hit, forgiving, and provides good distance. If you’re looking for a hybrid that will help you improve your game, the Wilson Dynapower is a great option.

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