Wilson Dynapower Forged irons for 2024 offer feel and powerful distance

A single Wilson Dynapower forged iron pictured against a grass background

Wilson's new Dynapower Forged irons.

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With last year’s launch of the Dynapower woods and game-improvement irons, Wilson put much stock into blending its rich history with the future by creating a product powered by artificial intelligence but named after a series that was launched in 1956.

To build on that momentum, Wilson reimagined the Dynapower Forged iron with a 2024 model that brings together refined technologies with classic looks.

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Wilson Dyapower forged irons cavity. Ryan Barath

When asked what the newest Dynapower Forged irons add to Wilson’s lineup, Bob Thurman, global GM of golf and VP of R&D, said, “It’s the most powerful players distance iron we’ve ever made and a fantastic addition to the Dynapower lineup. We used a forged 8620 carbon steel material while developing these clubs to provide longer distances and faster-stopping power, but with the softest feel you can have in a golf club.”

Technology and design

The Wilson Dynapower Forged irons feature a variable face thickness that was designed with the help of AI to help produce faster ball speeds and offer extra forgiveness. Each iron in the set has an optimized face geometry to maximize its performance relative to loft and center of gravity.

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Wilson Power Holes. Ryan Barath/GOLF

The forgiveness is extended to the sole of the longer irons with what Wilson calls Power Holes, which is a configuration of thin slots that flex on impact to help shots hit lower on the face retain more speed and help to increase launch and extra stopping power.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Dynapower without the classic shape that removes mass from the heel side of the club and places it lower and toward the toe to boost MOI — making this Wilson’s most forgiving players’ distance iron ever.

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One of the original Wilson Dynapower iron designs. Wilson Golf

Sure, we can argue about a lot of things but physics isn’t one of them, which is why this classic design shaping stands up to the test of time.

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Wilson Dynapower 9 iron from address Ryan Barath

To go along with the new irons Wilson will also fully launch its Fit AI technology powered by Blast Motion to help deliver reliable custom fitting options, including shaft recommendations in as few as five swings using their mobile app.


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Introducing the all-new Dynapower Family. The storied franchise is back and it’s bringing along two new adjustable drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. The Legend Returns. In 1956, Wilson introduced the original Dynapower irons featuring an innovative approach to weight distribution that revolutionized the game. Nearly 70 years later, the all-new Dynapower iron redefines distance again.

Price and availability

Presale on Wilson’s Dynapower forged irons starts Feb. 13, and they will make their way to retail on March 15. The irons are priced at $999.99 in steel and $1,099.99 in graphite. For more information, you can visit wilson.com.

Want to overhaul your bag for 2024? Find a fitting location near you at True Spec Golf.

Ryan Barath

Golf.com Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.