What’s New in 2017 from Wilson Golf

Staff Triton Driver
Golf’s first reality TV star, the Triton—winner of Golf Channel’s “Driver Vs. Driver” last year—is designed to star on the course by making it easy to hit the sweetspot time after time. Two interchangeable sole plates (one titanium, the other carbon fiber) vary launch height and spin, while five moveable weights personalize ball flight high, low, right, and left. The easily adjustable hosel offers three settings for loft and three for shot shaping, all topped off with a wide stripe on the crown to make set-up simple and consistent. $450
D300 Irons
The latest generation of the company’s game-improvement Distance series incorporates improvements to the company’s power-producing FLX Face Technology. Power Holes around the face add distance while maximizing forgiveness, and also create solid feel and sound. $800 (steel); $900 (graphite)
FG Tour V6 Irons
Built for feel players, the V6 is forged from carbon steel to play like a muscleback but is designed with a cavity back that provides feedback and forgiveness. Tungsten weights in the sole—at the toe and heel on long irons, centered on mid-irons—lower the center of gravity to increase launch angle but not spin. $1,000 (steel)
DUO Balls
In keeping with Wilson’s three-player philosophy—feel, distance, and crossover—they offer a ball for each: the three-piece Duo Urethane (feel) and Duo Spin (crossover), and the two-piece Duo (distance). All three are soft (low compression) and long. $20–$38 per dozen