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.
Yukon Fairway Woods
The Yukon Shallow Face Woods is 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.
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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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|DP||I just wanted to let you know that I received the Yukon clubs (3wood thru 11 wood) in excellent condition. I did take them out for a round of golf on Saturday, Feb 6th. at Green Tree Golf Course in Victorville, CA. I used the new 3 Wood off the Tee for the first time with no warm-up, straight down the fairway, approx. 215 yards.|
Not bad for a new club. 2nd shot with 5 wood, and then a short chip shot on the green for a single putt par. As I played more holes, I tried the different clubs and was very impressed with the 9 wood & 11 wood. Never used either one before, but, with these results, I will probably be ordering the 13 & 15 wood. By the end of the first 9, I was only 5 over. (could have been better, but, made some mistakes putting) Rather than taking up all your time, I would just like to say Thank You for your excellent customer service and quality equipment.
|Tim Smale||I purchased this in a 9 wood to replace mid-irons that I can no longer hit well. The club performs great and was very accurate. I hit it today for the first time after receiving it earlier this week and hit around 30 balls at my local driving range.|
The feel of this club is great and I was pleased with the performance but disappointed in the wear already showing on the hitting surface of the clubface. This is a well-maintained driving range and after hitting from both a tee and the grass there were some very noticeable scratching on the hitting surface. I tried both new clubs I received from Pinemeadow today.
I checked and had my friend also check the area I was hit from to confirm there was no rocky material or other debris. I love the club and the feel and it will go into my bag as it meets my needs for purchasing it. My rating is based on durability and concern for how long the hitting surface will stand up to multiple rounds of golf. 30 balls at a driving range shouldn’t show that much wear on a brand new club.