• Composite I-woods are available in lofts of 17, 21 24 and 27 degrees
• These clubs could be used in the place of harder to hit fairway woods and longer irons down through the 4 or 5 irons
• Composite crown technology is incorporated so that weight can be reallocated lower and behind the face
• This creates a lower CG (center of gravity) and pushes it farther behind the face increasing the dynamic loft (loft of the club at impact) which results in higher, longer shots
• Dense and heavy tungsten inserts are used to precisely locate the CG face center for more consistent and solidity of feel
• Versatile clubs that can used from a variety of lies and locations
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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