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The Yukon Ranger irons are the latest incarnation of the Yukon line. Featuring a lower profile design, the Rangers have confidence building looks without sacrificing the forgiveness and balance that they are known for.
To help you create solid contact from a wide variety of lies, the soles on these irons have centered weighting system that brings the center of gravity lower. This helps you cut through the rough and get the ball in the air faster from anywhere on the course. From the fairway, you'll find the balance that Yukons are known for.
Put a excellent looking and top performing set of irons in your bag and get more enjoyment out of the game as soon as you hit the links.
- Built standard with high quality Pinemeadow steel shaft from Apollo?, a 125 gram shaft with a low to mid kick point.
- Also available with our standard low-torque Pinemeadow Limited graphite shaft for only $7.50 per shaft.
- Set is standard 4-SW for $149.95; SW available for $20.95 each.
- Shaft and Grip:
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- Body Material:
- 431 Stainless Steel
Justin rated this product on 04/17/13 I have these clubs a little over 2 weeks now. I love them. I am hitting longer than my previous excel strong irons without losing any of my accuracy. The clubs feel good and are easy to swing. The guys at PM set me up with the right stiffness and length and that has made all the difference. Will be back buying with PM again for sure.
Daryl rated this product on 04/10/13 Wow! I get to be the first to write a review on the Yukon Ranger irons! Well I got these delivered today and since I had taken the afternoon off, I ran straight to the course to get in nine and test these puppies out. I waS literally taking the plastic wrapping off of each irons as I was playing the iron shots. Here are my thoughts: 1)first of all, I didn't need any more irons, but the price was so ridiculously low I coulnd't help myself. They look real good quality wise and they aren't hard on the eyes 2) I would say that the Yukon Ranger irons are probably geared towards a mid to mid-high handicapper--They are nothing special game-improvement wise, but they do enable you to shape your shots a little and they are effective from most any lie-definitely versatile. 3) Not longe range bombers by no means, but I would say I lost no significant distance over my Callaway Diablo Edges- and I daresay they may be straighter 4: The irons feel balanced and really feel good in your hands-- really easy to like these. Bottom line is that I think for the money, You can do a lot, lot worse than these and they stack up pretty good against the sets of "name-brand" irons I have used. I would recommend them to anyone needing decent irons that are on a limited budget.