Pinemeadow Excel Professional SW
The Excel Professional Irons are designed for the mid to low handicappers looking for the same powerful design as the Excel ML irons, but with greater workability. Like the ML model the notched sole area combined with the undercut channel makes this club not only well perimeter weighted, but super forgiving. Every feature on the Excel Pro is designed for great feel, weight, and reduced twist. They play and have the shot capabilities similar to a blade but with a cavity back sized sweet spot generating purer shots on every swing. The reduced offset and thinner top line also provide the features an experienced golfer is looking for.
If you like the features the Excel irons the Pinemeadow Excel Ti Driver and Pinemeadow Excel Woods are a perfect complement.
- Built standard with high quality Pinemeadow steel from Apollo®, a 120 gram shaft with a low to mid kick point. Also available with our standard low-torque Pinemeadow graphite shaft from Aldila® for only $7.50 per shaft.
- Compare features, performance, and price with the Callaway® Steelhead X-16 Pro Series Irons priced at $880!
- Suited best for: Mid-low handicappers
- Set is standard 3-PW for $149.00. SW also available for only $18.95.
- Shaft and Grip:
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- 431 Stainless Steel
- #5 iron toe height:
- #5 iron blade Length:
Kent Campbell said the following about this product on 10/13/05 Instead of jumping into the PMG Experience with both feet, I decided to test the waters with the sand wedge first. Received the wedge and thought is felt pretty good in my hands, then went to hit it. HOLY COW! The sand wedge was suprassing the distance of my old pitching wedge, and getting close to the 9 iron. About a month later ordered the rest of the set, and have to say I'm totally pleased. After playing two rounds and several trips to the range, I have to decide on hitting a 5-wood or the 3-iron for that 230 yard approach. The trajectory on the irons takes some getting used to, but for the distance I'll adjust. One suggestion, maybe a brushed finish instead of the mirror (looks brushed on the sole already), but otherwise am totally pleased. Thank you PMG for quality, inexpensive clubs.
Jose said the following about this product on 08/25/05 Very nice clubs!! First of all, the photo on the web should be updated since it doesn't make these clubs any justice, they look much nicer than that. I just had the chance to go the range once and all I can say is that these clubs feel and hit really nice even when you don't quite get the ball in the sweet spot.
Travis said the following about this product on 03/06/05 Great clubs! Have ordered other clubs from you in the past and were impressed each time. Ordered these on Monday (3-PW) and had them in time on Friday to sneak out for 9. Extremely solid, even on mis-hits. Will be ordering another set later to replace my Father-In-Laws clubs. Keep up the excellent service and products. You've got a customer for life.
Larry Nicholas said the following about this product on 12/14/04 I applaud Pinemeadow Golf again for their excellent service. I received my Excel midlaunch irons much quicker than I imagined and they were in excellent condition. I have hit a few of them at the dome (driving range it's cold and snow covered here in mid Mi.) and I am pleased with the product. Can't wait for spring. In the mean time I'll the dome will have to do. Thanks again Pinemeadow, and keep up the good work!
Grant Harding said the following about this product on 11/09/04 I was all set to buy a set of Acer XP Pro irons when Pinemeadow made the switch to the private-branded Excels. I was a bit nervous, as I had no idea if these were made in the same factory as the XP, or if the quality would be as good as the XP’s, which a friend has and loves. I order these with GP Tour Velvet grips and standard steel shafts. Now that I’ve got them and have played a few rounds with them I’m very happy. I can’t get over how little distance you lose when you don’t quite nail the sweet spot. When you do hit them properly, they really go. Much further than the cheapo (but not much less $ than these) Wilson alloy heads that I’ve been using. I’m struggling a bit with the PW and SW compared to my old ones, but I haven’t really practised with them properly yet, so time will tell. I played with blades for many years and these are a wonderful compromise between sweet-spot size and control.