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.
T. Gallery rated this product on 04/27/18 I hit fairway woods really well so thought it would be fun to try the 37 degree Yukon. I was right...the ball gets up quick, and drops/stops. Had issue adjusting to the shaft length, so now choke down about 1/2 way on grip, and ball flies arrow-straight. I added the 31 degree as well. Same results.
Jim rated this product on 03/27/18 Played two rounds so far and favorably impressed. If it continues I may need two higher. Appreciate Pinemeadow Golf’s professionalism
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!