Yukon Offset Fairway Woods
No doubt about it, the Yukon fairway woods feature advanced Anti-Slice Technology designed to help fight that dreaded slice. Among all the woods we carry this technology is unique.
Anti-Slice Technology is an offset technology that has been here for years but with the new design in shafts and more forgiving heads, the offset is now a true and tested way to improve your slice.
Is Anti-Slice right for you? The design is perfect for golfers who are just starting out and want to be successful early with less frustration, and to the average golfer who desires a little help bringing the shot back to center. The offset face of the fairway woods moves the leading edge of the face to the front of the hosel. This allows you to get your hands in front of the ball, resulting in reduced slices and straighter shots. The Yukon is the right club to prevent your slice!
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- Fitted standard with our low-torque Pinemeadow Limited Graphite Shaft for the same $49.95 value.
- Featuring an Anti-Slice Technology solution by Pinemeadow
- Custom Yukon headcover included with order (pictured right)
|Men's Std. Length||43″||42″||42″|
|Ladies Std. Length||42″||41″||41″|
- Shaft and Grip:
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- Stainless Steel
- Graphite Crown
Mike rated this product on 10/12/18 I received the club and was able to hit it finally yesterday. Very nice! Was everything I had hoped it would be. The anti-slice technology was noticeable and appreciated. Since it is so late in the golf season up here in Minnesota I won't be able to give it a full workout this year, but I look forward to using it as part of my 14 clubs next year. I will purchase more from pinemeadowgolf.
Chris reviewed this product on 10/03/17 I couldn't hit a fairway wood to save my life before. I purchased a 3, 5 and 7 wood with oversized grips, per my hand size. Now I'm hitting the ball and not the dirt in front of it and getting reliable distances. I actually hit the 3 and 5 wood about the same +/- 10 yards but my 3 iron covers the 5 wood range rather well. So I carry my driver, the 3 wood, my 3 iron then my 7 wood then my 5 iron and on down to the wedges. This 7 wood is now my goto club for tee box or fairway shots from 160 to 180. It has amazing height and a consistent amount of roll which I never got out of my 4 Iron. So if I'm in the rough and need 150 or 160 I'll got to my 5 iron. If I need more I'll go to my 3 iron. But this 7 wood helped me drop in past a lake and a sand trap out to 160, got a good 20 yard roll to set me up perfectly for the dog leg left, then a straight shot to the green. Others either went too far and into woods past the fairway, dropped in the lake or played down a couple clubs to go around the lake and sand. I can't say enough how happy I am with the 7 wood. The 3 wood is also doing great, but it's more of just your standard club for long fairway shots on par 5s or long par 4s.
Leonard Adams reviewed this product on 04/19/16 As someone who couldn't hit a wood to save his life, I was more than a bit desperate for some distance off the tee. My Yukon 3 wood solved that problem. The distance is fantastic (for me) and the offset allows me to keep the tee shot on the course. Actually, the proper fairway. Thank you Pinemeadow.
MARC CARUSO reviewed this product on 04/16/16 I love Yukon fairway clubs and only play the straight-faced version (though they still setup with a nice draw bias as most quality clubs do nowadays). Anyway, I bought the offset 3 and 5 woods to try out a while back, and unfortunately, I felt the heads had a bit too much offset. Sometimes I even found myself hitting shots from the crook of the neck and heel where the offset is. Just a bit too much for me. Yukon's clubs are still top notch though, and off course the craftsmanship and service was top notch as always.
Jarrod rated this product on 12/05/13 I bought a Yukon Offset 5 wood out of your pre-owned section a few months back and I guess its time to write a review. I have always had a fade/slice in my hybrids and woods. The longer the club, the more pronounced the slice. I have long since learned how to "play my slice", but I always want to hit my woods straight. After a friend had success with an offset Cobra Driver, I decided to give it a shot for myself. Since I didn't want to spend a lot of money, the price of this club was right. After hitting it at the range and playing about a dozen rounds with it, I have come to this conclusion: Offset clubs, without a doubt, do help straighten out a slice. They won't fix it entirely (You need proper swing fundamentals and instruction for that) but it definitely helps turn scorecard-wrecking slices into manageable power fades. After taking the hooking action out from my previous 5 wood, it is now as long as my 3 wood. Guess I will have to replace that club as well. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised and I recommend the Yukon Offset woods to anyone fighting the dreaded slice!