Technology Overview-

Wilson may not be one of the big players on the block but they produce some great, relatively inexpensive golf equipment, the Wilson Smooth will fall into this category. This driver incorporates a changing weight pad in the sole of the club to optimize the CG within each loft from middle-low starting in the low lofts, to low and deep in the high lofts.

This 460cc driver is one of a smooth shape outside matched by the powerful, efficient performance on the inside. The Smooth is quite beautiful to look with great performance to match.

Wilson Smooth Spec Sheet-

Face Height……………..: 48 mm
Face Area………………..: 40.5 cm
Heel to Toe……………..: 127 mm
Shaft Length……………: 45.5″
Front to Back…………..: 111 mm
MOI………………………..: High
Launch Angle………….: Medium
Spin………………………: High

Actual Player Feedback-

“That club’s on steroids”

“A terrific performer”

“Wow, that’s a good club, I missed two or three, and all would have been in the fairway”

Pros/Positives-

The CG based on loft seems to be a good concept. This driver does not lack distance, Wilson even points to research that shows R (Regular) and S (Stiff) flex players picking up extra clubhead speed with the driver.

Cons/Negatives-

The Launch angle and Spin rate does not seem to favor the recreational player, low and high respectively.

Overall Rating-

The CG and face design do seem to favor added distance by way of increased clubhead speed. There isn’t a lot of information available at the time of this writing however Wilson does seem to be onto something here with the Wilson Smooth.