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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.
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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.
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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.
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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!
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Robert rated this product on 02/26/13 Just received the 11 wood. Have loss the height with my 6 iron. The 11 wood has the height and accuracy I was looking for. Several friends hit the club and were impressed with the accuracy. I may order the 13 wood.
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