Tuesday, January 24, 2012

PowerBilt's New Grand Slam Lineup Is About 'Fitting Clubs to Your Game' - at Unmatched Pricing

(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.

"Grand Slam has always been known as the best bang for the buck in golf," says PowerBilt President Ross Kvinge. "But that's not all. Grand Slam is also about fitting clubs to your game."

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."

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