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Hit the course with confidence with the Pinemeadow Pre 16-piece complete golf set, which includes everything you need for a day on the links. The Pre set starts with a titanium-enhanced 10.5-degree driver with a controlled-launch graphite shaft. The driver is engineered for maximum distance and power, helping you make short work of par 4s and 5s. The middle distances are covered by the fairway 3-wood and 3-hybrid. The 3-wood includes a graphite shaft and a low-profile 15-degree head to create better shots from the fairway and rough. The hybrid is even more versatile, with a premium steel shaft and a 21-degree head that excels when hitting from any type of life. The driver, 3-wood, and 3-hybrid come with custom head covers.
The set also includes a full range of stainless-steel irons--4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, 8, and 9-irons, and a pitching wedge--each with perimeter-weighted heads, a wide cavity back design, an oversized sweet spot, and a tour-style grip. And once you've reached the green, you can pull out the Pre mallet putter, which is weighted for an improved feel and response. The putter allows you to align the ball precisely each time, giving you the confidence to make important putts. To complete the set, Pinemeadow added a lightweight dual-strap carrying bag with an integrated kickstand and rain hood.
Located in Portland, Oregon, Pinemeadow Golf Products makes and sell clubs all over the world, and can be seen in a variety of local sporting goods stores, mass merchandisers, warehouse clubs, and golf shops. The company makes hundreds of thousands of golf clubs every year, and is consistently among the top 10 golf club makers in the U.S. Beginning in the mid-1980s, Pinemeadow was one of the very first companies to focus on building "legal clones" or "knockoffs." Just like the computer, automobile, and fashion industries, golf is an industry of product leaders and product followers. Pinemeadow is a "smart follower," looking at what's hot, analyzing whether it works as advertised, and then following the concept at less expensive prices but with no less effective results.