Yukon Fairway Woods
The longer than average toe to heel length and slightly taller face height creates an expanded sweet spot, which is easier to find consistently. Also the dual-rail sole helps cut through the roughest lies with ease.
The Yukon Shallow Face Woods are by far one of the most forgiving clubs offered by Pinemeadow; we all highly recommend these to all levels of golfers. Not only are they forgiving, but also are available in the widest range of lofts, so now golfers can keep with the latest trend in golf by substituting long hard to play irons with high lofted woods.
Yukon Replaces Synchron Series
Keep in mind the Yukon Shallow Face Woods are the exact same great club as the Synchron II Fairway Woods. The reason for the change was to introduce a new member to the Yukon family which produces game improvement technology. These woods have the same shape, design and technology which made these clubs so popular. All reviews on the woods before July 10th, 2009 are for the club with the old Synchron name.
- Fitted standard with our low-torque Pinemeadow Graphite Shaft.
- Unbelievable feel and forgiveness. Ultimately the most playable club we carry.
- Compare features, performance and price to Adams® Tight Lies
- Suited best for: All golfers especially those who want to drop some of the longer harder to hit irons.
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- Shaft and Grip:
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- Metallic Black
- Bulge x Roll:
- 12" x 12"
Dave rated this product on 09/26/18 They are working out exactly as I had hoped they would. I was a little worried that I had cut the 7+ wood a little too long, but it is just right. I don't know why, but I can really hit these clubs. I don't hit the ball very far, but I typically make good contact with these clubs, and the ball goes pretty much where I'm aiming. Even if I miss a shot towards the toe or heel of these clubs, I still get decent distance. So, I've had a chance to put these clubs in play, and I'm delighted. I mean that sincerely. So, these fairway woods have me covered from about 180 yds to 135 yds. And recently I just bought a mini-set of hybrid irons (8, 9, PW, & SW) that I can finally hit on the face, so now I have some clubs that cover me from 130 yds - 100 yds. I'm a happy camper. I'm a hacker, for sure, but your clubs are keeping me in the game as I get older (slower swing speed and all of that). So, I'm pretty pleased with my purchase. One final thought, I really love the loft on these clubs. Every now and then, I'll put a really good swing on these clubs, and crack them flush on the center of the club face. When I do that either from a low tee or off the ground the ball takes off hard, very high and just floats towards target. It's a very satisfying feeling.
Alan rated this product on 09/21/18 I received the set of clubs in a timely manner. The set looked very attractive and professional. Boy do they work! Used them on Tuesday on a rain soaked course. The clubs pounded the ball high, long and straight. I don't want to brag about my final score . . . so I won't--it was very good.
william gormand reviewed this product on 08/29/18 I AM LEFT HANDED AND WOULD LIKE A 13 WOOD YOU ONLY LIST RIGHT HANDED
Preston Hale responds with Hi, they are only available in RH. Sorry about that. Regards, Pinemeadow Golf
Russ Hicks rated this product on 07/13/18 On July 10, 2018 I hit a hole-in-one with my Yukon Pinemeadow 11 wood. It was on the 145 yard par 3 15th at Brookwood golf club in Buchanan, Michigan. I also have the Yukon Pinemeadow 7 wood. Both are my go-to clubs, hitting the ball high and landing softly. I love them!
Rod Lunceford rated this product on 06/16/18 I started with the 3 wood and was really impressed with how I could get the ball airborne. I have since added the 5, 7, 9, 11, and 13. I only carry the 8 thru pitching wedge irons. With the Yukons, I hit the ball high, long and soft. I could not do that with longer irons so I am happy with the results. I just wish that PW offered headcovers with the actual Yukon numbers on them. I is frustrating to dig thru my bag looking for the club I want.