Alan penny reviewed this product on 02/04/20 Do you have your hybredgolfclubs in left handed thank you
George McDowell rated this product on 08/29/19 I bought a set of the pre hybrid irons this spring and couldn't be happier with them. They are easy to hit and much less expensive than the name brands. I get great distance and accuracy with them Thank you Pinemeadow Golf.
Timothy rated this product on 08/01/19 The senior shafts and additional shaft length I've been playing with since April have truly improved my game. I have dropped 2 strokes in my handicap and at 71 years of age that's an accomplishment. I complain more about my putting now than anything else.
Michael Parker reviewed this product on 07/04/19 Why are you not catering for left handers like me?
William D Eubank rated this product on 06/30/19 I’ve been playing since I was 13 (52 years). In my 30’s 40’s and 50’s I shot in the 70’s consistently. Ping was my club of choice and cost me a fortune over the years. I was very skeptical about these clubs although they were exactly what I was looking for. I found a 7 iron on Amazon and loved everything about it so I ordered the entire set. Don’t be fooled by the low price or no-name brand. These are quality clubs. I skipped the driving range and straight to the first tee when my set arrived. One the first hole I had a 9 iron into the green. I pulled the cover off and the new plastic wrapping and hit it 2 feet for birdie. I struggled with the 3 & 4 iron (I think because of the offset) but overall hit the clubs very well that round. A couple of weeks ago I knocked the same 9 iron in for an eagle. These clubs have a different feel at impact that a traditional iron or even other hybrids. They are hollow and a flush shot does not give you as much feel or feedback. Sometimes it’s hard to even feel the club hit the ball. But you can look at the club-face and see where the ball made contact if the ball did not travel as expected. Distance and ball height are about the same as my old Ping irons but these are easier to hit and perform more consistently. Because they are hybrids all the shafts are longer than traditional irons. This takes some getting used too as the pitching wedge is about the length of a standard 7 iron. I’ve adjusted now and actually like standing up straighter. You can ask them to cut the shafts any length you like. An unexpected bonus is the pitching wedge. With the hybrid like sole it is great for chipping. It’s almost like one of those specialty chippers. The only problem is the length but that’s something to which you can adjust by gripping down and standing taller. I use basically a long putting stroke. I also purchased the Pre wedges (52, 56, and 60). I never like this type of design (Volkey, Cleveland, etc.) but I love these. Great off tight lies and even better out of the ruff and sand. They are slightly heavy which makes one swing slower but work beautifully as a result. If you don’t buy the hybrids buy the wedges anyway. Overall at any price these are great clubs for mid to high handicappers with medium to slow swings. 5 stars.