Yukon Irons

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Description

In golf's earlier years the trend was to play clubs with zero or as little offset as possible. Once the market figured out that those iron designs didn't suit the needs for most golfers they started designing game-improvement oversize irons with increased offset.

Like the driver and fairway woods, the Yukon irons are designed perfectly for golfers wanting to improve their consistency and accuracy of their iron play. What distinguishes the Yukon Irons from other irons sets we carry is the increased offset design, which will help square the clubface at impact. Maintaining a square clubface at impact is the most important part of the golf swing. The Yukon irons will help every golfer accomplish this feat.

What Does Offset on an Iron do for You?

An iron's offset is the distance from where the hosel enters the club head, to the farthest point of the on the front of the club-face, measured in millimeters. A club with a higher offset will contact the ball later during your swing than a club with a smaller offset.

You want to contact the ball later because the point of impact, in relation to the timing of your swing, has much impact on where the ball will end up. If you have a tendency to slice, hitting the ball later in your swing means you will be given more time to square up as you follow through, and the ball will travel straighter as a result. If you're looking to fight the nasty slice and don't have the time or money for lessons to correct it the Yukon Irons are a great solution to improve your game.

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Features

  • Built standard with a Pinemeadow Steel shaft from Apollo®, a 125 gram shaft with a low to mid kick point. Also available with our standard low-torque Pinemeadow Graphite shaft for only $7.50 per shaft.
  • Set is standard 3-PW for $149.95 Sand Wedge available for only $18.95.
  • Featuring an Anti-Slice Technology Solution by Pinemeadow.

Technical Specifications

Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PW SW
Loft 21° 24° 27° 30° 33° 37° 40° 44° 56°
Lie 60° 61° 61.5° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64.5°
Weight (g) 243 250 257 264 271 278 286 294 303
Offset (mm) 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.0 5.5 5 4.5 4 3.5
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Material:
431 Stainless Steel

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stan reviewed this product on 08/19/15 Havent found a sand wedge yet that I was satisfied with until now. I love it and hate to see these go. Would buy a couple of them but am saving for another hybrid from pine meadow. Thank you again for all you do.
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R. Jorz rated this product on 08/30/14 recently added the Yukon sand wedge to my set, i am impressed by the weight, feel and performance.....what a great club for the money....impressive.
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adam rated this product on 03/05/12 These irons are legit. I have played a few rounds with them and the offset really helps you close that clubface. They say its to prevent a slice, but I think it would help any player hit straight shots or even hit draws, not necessarily just to cure a slice. I paired them with GolfPride JUMBO grips, which give me outstanding feel on the club. When you strike these well (which isnt very hard), they go straight and far. They feel real smooth and my shots stick on the green really well. Overall, these are AS GOOD or BETTER than very expensive name-brand iron sets. In fact, I have hit Taylormade R7's, Ping G15s, Snake Eyes Pythons from Golfsmith, etc and these are better hands down, and I got them on a Christmas sale for $70 for the whole iron set! Even at the $149 regular price, they are a steal.
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adam rated this product on 03/05/12 These irons are legit. I have played a few rounds with them and the offset really helps you close that clubface. They say its to prevent a slice, but I think it would help any player hit straight shots or even hit draws, not necessarily just to cure a slice. I paired them with GolfPride JUMBO grips, which give me outstanding feel on the club. When you strike these well (which isnt very hard), they go straight and far. They feel real smooth and my shots stick on the green really well. Overall, these are AS GOOD or BETTER than very expensive name-brand iron sets. In fact, I have hit Taylormade R7's, Ping G15s, Snake Eyes Pythons from Golfsmith, etc and these are better hands down, and I got them on a Christmas sale for $70 for the whole iron set! Even at the $149 regular price, they are a steal.
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Dan Halatek rated this product on 12/05/11 A good club for the money . only went to driving range once.The long irons were great and the short irons were even better .thumbs up on these clubs
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