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PowerBilt AirForce One N7 Graphite Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $12.58
Mid: $14.80
High: $17.02

Next update: 6/5/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $44.03
Mid: $51.80
High: $59.57

Next update: 6/5/16

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Originating in 1916 when John Hillerich, the great-grandfather of current CEO and President John Hillerich IV and founder of the Louisville Slugger company, first started making golf clubs from persimmon, the Powerbilt brand produced the finest line of persimmon woods in the golf industry. In 1934, Olin Dutra used the new PowerBilt clubs to capture the U.S. Open by one stroke over Gene Sarazen. Throughout the 1960s, 70s and 80s PowerBilt Citation Persimmon Woods were the standard by which all drivers and fairway woods were judged. During the 1980s alone, PowerBilt clubs won two-dozen events on the PGA Seniors/Champions Tour.

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The hollow-back design features a very thin face that is supported by 50 pounds per square inch of nitrogen gas inserted into the cavity inside the clubhead (coated with a leak-proof resin). The purpose is to create a springy clubface that doesn't require any weight to support it.
"The forgiveness is well-hidden and makes you think you're hitting a standard iron. And I didn't feel any vibration, either."
"Slides through the turf so well you'd swear there is oil on the bottom of the sole."
Whether the nitrogen gas has merit (our academics say it does) or is marketing hype is almost irrelevant. The feel of these irons is as sweet as hitting with one of those well-made wooden baseball bats from PowerBilt's Louisville Slugger brand. In short, these clubs provide forgiveness where you need it and feel where you want it.
Except in the 4-iron. We would suggest adding a hybrid instead.

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