PRE Progressive Hybrid Iron Set
We've listened to the feedback from our customers and created a set fully designed to improve iron play.
The PRE name stands for Performance Ready Equipment. The series allows players of all skill levels to play the most modern and new age technologies in golf. One of the first clubs created in the PRE series is this unique hybrid set.
The hybrid iron set is designed around a full hollow construction throughout the entire set, providing a seamless transition. Long irons were designed with a wider sole plate and added offset offering maximum forgiveness, while the shorter irons are crafted with a smaller sole plate and reduced offset to increase control and effectiveness. This progressive appearance has become very popular within the hybrid set being sold in the market place.
If you are struggling with your current irons this is the solution for you. Trust us, you will not be the only one in the marketplace giving up tradition irons for a set like this.
- Progressive sole width and offset
- Full hollow construction through out the set
- Recommended to be built with our standard Pinemeadow Hybrid graphite shaft
- Color scheme is black with orange highlights
- Headcovers included for all clubs
- Suited best for golfers who have trouble hitting down on the ball
- Increased MOI than your classic iron
- Center of gravity is 6 times deeper than a classic iron, this increases the launch angle
- Larger hitting area
- Compare features, performance and price to the Adams® Idea a70s Hybrid Iron Progressive Set.
|Men's Std. Length||40.5″||40″||39.5″||39″||38.5″||38″||37.5″||37.5″|
|Ladies Std. Length||39.5″||39″||38.5″||38″||37.5″||37″||36.5″||36.5″|
- Shaft and Grip:
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- 431 Stainless Steel
B.E. rated this product on 04/01/21 Love them. Hit like a dream. The way they play you would think they cost double the price I paid. They look Great also. My Cobras are in the closet.
T rated this product on 12/01/20 I received my clubs and played a round with them three days ago. I absolutely love them. I am a single digit handicap, but my ball striking had fallen off a little. I hit my new PREs fantastic though! The guys in my group were all single digit handicappers too, one is actually a college golf coach who is a +3, and while they all gave me a little bit of a hard time at first, they all loved the clubs when they actually hit them. Seeing that sort of hybrid head on an extra stiff and 1.5 inch long shaft is definitely unique, but they are the easiest clubs to hit that I have ever played. I will definitely recommend Pinemeadow clubs to others!
Ken goodman rated this product on 11/27/20 Love them same distance higher loft
Gerald Dinkel rated this product on 11/06/20 Purchased a 7 hybrid and absolutely love it Going to get the rest of the clubs I shoot in the 90s and definitely will lower my score Even miss hits are straight So forgiving
Harry Roberts rated this product on 09/18/20 I’ve had my new set of PRE Progressive Hybrid Irons for a couple of weeks now, and I wanted to let you know how they’ve performed. I’ve had four range sessions with them to get used to their distances and workability, and I’ve played four rounds of golf to see how they perform in “real life”. I’m 76 years old and so no long drive champion, but with their senior flex graphite shafts the PREs hit the ball as high and far as my last set of clubs (also all hybrids) and have slightly better feel and sound at contact. Also, they look great at setup, which inspires confidence in my swing. I had the shafts all cut to the set’s seven hybrid length, and although Tommy at Pinemeadow Golf was concerned that the lie angles of the other clubs would not suit their length, I’ve had no problem making clean contact and hitting the ball straight with all clubs. Consistently straight ball flight was the main reason I bought the set. Traditional progressive club offset is exactly backwards, but in cloning the Launcher HB Turbo Hybrids, Pinemeadow finally got progressive offset right – more in the longer clubs and less in the shorter. And they’re surprisingly workable as well. I can fade better than I can draw, but with a good setup, I can often find my way around an obstacle that would leave me stymied with other clubs. All in all, I’d buy the set again, and I recommend them to anyone looking for a forgiving performance set that won’t break the bank.