Darren rated this product on 03/20/11 I hit these high and very long on the course. Very good feel and distance. Yardages are a bit off because I hit these farther than my AP1's. My 7 iron goes about 170-175. And my 5 iron was carrying about 200-205. I love these clubs and I will be buying again from pinemeadow golf.
Darren rated this product on 03/17/11 A very solid but soft feel to these clubs. The feel was comparable to my Titleist AP1 irons. THese Command Q Ti irons are about 5 yards longer than the AP1's too. From PW to SW the distance remained the same as the AP1's. With the stiff Dynamic Gold shafts the control was better. I did not get the occasional big hook. When I did miss hit these irons it was either a slight push to the right or to the left. But still playable shots (if I was on a course). The feel was still good even on miss hits. Which can be good or bad. Overall, these clubs performed exceptionally well on feel,distance and accuracy. the TI face does add distance, but it is still hard to tell how long these are. I will have to write another review after I play a round with these bad boys. Thanks pinemeadowgolf for making great looking and performing clubs.
Darren reviewed this product on 03/14/11 Very excited to try out these Command Q ti irons. I haven't bought a set of irons from pinemeadow golf since 2003-2004. I hope these are just as good as the power play irons I bought back then. Those irons were big time!!! Anyways, I tried clone clubs from diamond tour (ablaze) and gigagol(GX922). And only gigagolfs GX 922 irons came close to the power play irons from pinemeadow. My most recent set of irons were the titleist AP1 2009. Those were very long , but I tend to hook them every now an then. I'm around a 15-20 handicap and played a whole bunch of brand name irons and I would take my power play irons over those big name brands any day. I hope pinemeadow delivers with these Command Q ti irons!!! I'll update as soon as I can.
Conner reviewed this product on 12/31/10 These clubs are supposed to be compared to taylormade's. Does that mean they are a little lengthier than a regular irons?
Dennis reviewed this product on 11/30/10 More a retort to the negative review. If you notice the offset is a pro model offset whereas a name brand is a lot more and therefore a little more difficult to keep on the track. Thanks from Canada P.S. I have had a set I bought from Pinemeadow used them 2 years and sold hem for more than I paid not a bad deal if I do say so myself.