Rodney M reviewed this product on 08/20/15 I started golfing in the late 90s. My big problem was always my irons. I was happy with my performance and accuracy with my driver, hybrids, wedges, and putter, but after a few years, left all my irons out of my bag except the 7 for a bump and run. I played a weird game without irons, swinging hard on wedges when I needed to reach the green. I decided if only I could get irons that played like hybrids, then my game could improve. I took a chance on the Pre Progressive Hybrid iron set from Pine Meadow Golf having just found them online and had no personal references. I also bought the matching series of 56 and 52 wedges. Got their hybrid regular flex Pinemeadow graphite shafts and selected Lamkin Crossline grips. Wow do these clubs perform. I can hit them all very well. I may never purchase another set of irons with how well these clubs align to my swing style. Included head cover quality for the irons was a neat additional value too. Pinemeadow golf had products that I couldn't find in my local golf stores. Thank-you Pine Meadow Golf - you sold me great performing quality products at a very fair price. So glad I found you online.
Robert reviewed this product on 06/15/15 The Pre progressive hybrid set is excellently made. Pine Meadow compares this to the Adams a7OS but I think it looks exactly like the Cleveland HiBore XLI iron set. Fit and finish have been excellent so far . I had my set fitted with the Apollo steel shafts in regular flex. I know PineMeadow recommends you use the graphite shafts but I prefer the Apollo steel . Actually I have all my clubs fitted with Apollo steel shafts even my 3w and driver. You can definitely feel the extra mass in the club head. These are very forgiving and very well-made . You're thinking of getting it all hybrids that don't hesitate these are excellent . I believe the extra length that most people might experience would be from the extra long graphite shaft. Again I had mine fit it in steel with only +1/2" length. I do still get extra distance on all shots but I've always believed that irons are more about accuracy than distance. Knowing what your distances are with your irons is much more important than maxing out the distance. Give these a try !!!
Geraint rated this product on 01/21/15 Ordered these clubs over the Christmas holidays and got them a few days earlier than originally requested. The service was fantastic. I've been to the range a couple of times and on the course once, a resort course in Dubai where they hold the Race to Dubai finale every year on the European PGA Tour. Scored my lowest Stableford points in 2 years ... because I am still getting used to the added distance I'm getting. Making great contact with all clubs. And my usual slice is reduced dramatically. I must say thanks to Aaron for his hard work and diligence in making sure the order was okay and delivered on time. Great service. When I need new woods, I know where I'm shopping.
Barry rated this product on 10/27/14 I've had this set now for a couple of years so thought it time to update my review. I bought this set of clubs to achieve consistency. That decision was absolutely the correct one - I am striking the ball better than I have ever done and only yesterday hit my 7 iron just under 150 metres that's around 165 yards and I'm 74 years old. These clubs really work - believe me. Barry
Kevin Flanagan rated this product on 09/04/14 I bought these clubs this spring and ordered the shafts 1 1/4 longer than stock (I am 6'1"). I hadn't played a lot of golf over the last decade, just about 3 scrambles a year after being a decent player (about a 15 handicap) for the better part of the previous 15 years or so. Kids and a sucky economy will do that to you. I have to admit, when I first got the clubs I was very frustrated. While I liked the increased shaft length and the much more consistent ball contact, my predominate slight fade had turned into a snap hook due (I think) to the offset face. That being said when I was playing my best golf in my late 20's and early 30's, I could play a draw when I wanted to and that helped me especially off the tee. Since I was committed to playing on a weekly basis for the first time in a long time (in a league) I was hoping that the snap hook was due to the carpenter and not the tools. Boy was I right. After adjusting to not playing on a consistent basis and rediscovering my swing, I have fell head over heels in love with these clubs! I have always been a guy who could hit it a fair distance but I absolutely mash these things! I hit the 3 iron off the tee as long as my playing partners hit their drivers (about 240 yards) and all of the clubs play about a club and a half longer than my traditional irons. The biggest problem I have right now is finding a wedge that I can hit 90 to 120 yards. I have played the best golf I have played in years with these sticks. Shot a 42 tonight (par 36 for 9 holes) and (unfortunately) have been killing my quota headed into the playoffs. If only I could putt! Seriously, it is hard to make bad contact with these clubs and even the miss hits aren't nearly as bad as they were with my old "traditional" irons. I have played Pinemeadow clubs for years so the high quality is no surprise. If you are considering purchasing these clubs DO IT! I have not enjoyed playing golf this much for years. Thank you Pinemeadow!