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Wilson D-100 Graphite Driver

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $23.41
Mid: $27.54
High: $31.67

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $66.89
Mid: $78.69
High: $90.49

Next update: 5/29/16

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• Next generation of Wilson Superlight optimizes grip, shaft and head for combined club weight of 269 grams.
• Enhanced Cup Face Design and Variable Face Thickness Technology. Variable face thickness in the face creates an immense sweet spot for more forgiveness on off center hits.
• Chemically-etched crown optimizes crown weight by relocating non-essential weight to the sole for a lower, deeper center of gravity.
In 1914, the Ashland Manufacturing Company entered the sporting goods business. Soon renamed Thomas E. Wilson & Co., this marked the beginning of Wilson’s historic contributions to the game of golf. Wilson has always looked to players to help shape its products. In 1922 Gene Sarazen became a member of the Wilson advisory staff (the beginning of a 75 year relationship with the company) During his tenure with Wilson, Sarazen won 39 PGA Titles including 2 US Opens, 3 PGA Championships, a British Open Title and a Masters Victory. He was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame in 1974. Wilson Golf is marking 90 years in the game by re-launching its Wilson Staff brand, first introduced in 1960. This reincarnation includes a full line of redesigned equipment (irons, drivers, utilities, putters, wedges), balls and accessories for players of all skill levels.

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The D-100 weighs 269 grams, or approximately an ounce lighter than any other driver on our Hot List. The cupface design is larger than the face on last year's model to help increase ball speed across the face, and the variable-thickness crown was created through a weight-saving chemical-etching process that allowed an 18-gram internal chip to be placed in the sole to lower the CG.
"It's lightweight, but it still has plenty of pop. It provides power for smoother swings."
"For a lighter driver I thought it was easy to control."
Good work. By repositioning the balance point, Wilson offers a lightweight driver that doesn't feel too light.
Ultralight might be an answer for some, but the D-100 doesn't really offer shaft options for stronger players.

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