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 for the same $54.95 value.
- Unbelievable feel and forgiveness. Ultimately the most playable club we carry.
- Compare features, performance and price to Adams® Tight Lies at $199.
- 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"
John (Jack) Edwards rated this product on 03/06/18 I bought these clubs last year and have been very happy with them. I have the 3 through 15. I have been searching the internet trying to find a distance chart for fairway clubs past the 7. EG: 9, 11, 13, 15. Does anyone have any thoughts on the distance ranges for these fairway woods?
Steve J rated this product on 02/03/18 I've played 4 rounds with my new Yukon 7 wood and am impressed. It's a great 'second shot' club for me. It works well on the fairway as well as the from the rough. The rails really help in the rough. My drives are usually about 180 yards, and I didn't have a club that was getting me close enough to the green on the second shot. Now, after my drive I get very close to the green using the 7 wood on the second shot. It is a comfortable club to swing and the ball flies straight almost every shot. Even mis-hits stay rather straight and get distance. It gives me the opportunity to get on in 3 and either par or bogey the hole. Not bad for an 18 handicapper. On the par 5s, the Yukon 7 gets me close enough in 2 shots to be a short iron from the green. I've parred a couple of par 5s which usually would have been a bogey or double bogey for me. I'd rate the club a 5, but took a little off because the club face shows more wear than it should after only 4 rounds. But despite the cosmetics, I'll probably buy the 5 wood, because if it works as well as the 7, I may be hitting par 4 greens in 2!
Shaun Nolan rated this product on 12/08/17 Due to work haven't been able to play golf for 6 months - So to get my golf six watched golf videos and generally surfed the web on improving your game - I came across this site and started reading reviews - Decided to take the plunge and purchased all the club from 3 wood to 15 wood - Silly me didn't take into exchange rate and postage as I live in Australia so the purchase was a little more than expected. I played my fist game yesterday with my clubs without even a practice hit - THEY ARE AMAZING - my driving was off and never hit a fairway with my driver - lucky enough I was still able to get a good swing on most holes. Any shot from the 7 wood upwards the ball flew high and landed softly on the green - there is no way I could have done that with my old clubs - just loved seeing the ball fly high and land softly on the green, Because I hadn't used the clubs before I had to work out distances so if I thought it was say a nine I would hit a 7 to make sure I got the carry (ie dropped down a number)- only played nine holes and hit 5 greens from the fairway and was putting for par on those holes - putting was woeful but extremely happy that I was at least putting for par - Would highly recommend theses clubs - so easy to hit and ball flight makes you love the game of golf - cant wait for my next round
John Shakespear reviewed this product on 07/27/17 I ordered the Yukon 11 wood have used it 3 time now ,from 145 yards to 130 yards it has performed better then I expected . The only complaint I have is it did not come with a head cover i will update again after a few more rounds .
Ian Dale reviewed this product on 04/30/17 I have been carrying a 15*, 20* and 24* fairway woods and my irons #5 (24*), #6 (28*), #7 (31). As I have now turned 50 years of age and my handicap has gone up to 9 for the last year I had been contemplating replacing my 5 iron with something more forgiving, but have never been comfortable hitting hybrids. My natural ball flight is on the high side hence my biggest concern was that to much loft on woods would end up with a ballooning shot that loses distance. About 2 weeks ago I came across the Pinemeadow website and the Yukon woods, having read the reviews I decided now was the time to buy a 28* wood and for an extra $60 decided to get the 31*. They arrived as stated on the order on 26 April. That afternoon I tried them on the driving range. Yes they go high but certainly no apparent loss of distance and are very forgiving on miss hits. My 1st shot on the golf course was from a downhill lie in a fairly deep fairway bunker with 185 yards to the centre of the green, the ball went about 165 yards finishing just off the front edge ( there is no way I am skilful enough to get a 5 or 6 iron to that spot from that position). An almost certain bogey became a tap in par. The other advantage of these woods over mid irons is the results from less than perfect lies either longer grass or a bare muddy lie. The quality and value for money are outstanding. For anybody outside of America I would take into consideration the cost of package and posting as it is charged per package not per club.