(THOUSAND PALMS, Calif.) - What can you get for $399.99 in golf? That's the introduction price for a new high-end driver from one of the mega brands. It's also the price for an entire set of top-quality Grand Slam clubs from PowerBilt - driver, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, putter and bag included.
The standard $399.99 set comes with 12 clubs: a driver and fairway wood, two hybrids (3 and 4), seven irons (5-SW) and a putter. In addition, there is open stock that lets golfers add clubs to fit their game. Individual Grand Slam clubs are also offered in 5, 7, 9 and 11 fairway woods, plus a 6 hybrid and a lob wedge. Open-stock pricing is as follows: $99.99 for titanium driver, $69.99 for alloy driver, $49.99 for fairway wood or hybrid and $39.99 for lob wedge.
Grand Slam is designed for golfers ranging from beginners to mid-handicappers. "It's certainly a set of clubs that are user friendly and designed to fit a golfer's needs and skill level for a number of years," says Kvinge.
All Grand Slam clubs are made of high-quality components. The driver is offered in a maximum-performing titanium head or a more affordable alloy head. Fairway woods and hybrids are made of 17-4 stainless steel. All woods and hybrids have lightweight, consistently performing graphite shafts and come with attractive head covers. The irons are made of durable 431-stainless steel and feature a cavity-back design with a low center of gravity making them outstanding game-improvement clubs.
A mallet putter provides a large sweet spot and optimal heel-toe weighting to help eliminate pushes and pulls. The cart bag is made of durable, lightweight nylon with a graphite 14-way top and full-length dividers plus a putter tube. Nine zipper pockets provide plenty of storage options. It even has a matching rain hood.
PowerBilt has been making the Grand Slam line of clubs for generations. And the reason is simple, says Kvinge: "Quality and value are a great combination that never goes out of style. Based on what we're offering this year, the future looks bright for Grand Slam."