PowerBilt’s New Countess Clubs Hit The Sweet Spot For A Lady’s Complete Set

Golf veterans are familiar with the Countess brand from PowerBilt. Introduced in 1968, this lady’s set of clubs quickly became known for quality and value. Today, PowerBilt is introducing a contemporary version of the Countess at a price that truly hits a sweet spot.

For $399.99 MSRP, the buyer gets a complete set:

  • A driver featuring a 14-degreee, 460cc head on a 44-inch graphite shaft with a head cover
  • Two fairway woods, 18- and 23-degree loft, with graphite shafts and head covers
  • One hybrid to replace the six iron, 26-degree loft, with a graphite shaft and head cover
  • Six irons, 7-SW,featuring game-improvement cavity-back design with graphite shafts
  • A putter with a face insert, steel shaft and head cover
  • A cart bag featuring a six-way mesh-lined top, five zipper pockets and Rip-Stop nylon construction, optional stand bag is available in all three colors.

Ironically, the cost today is less than a comparable set of Countess clubs was when it was introduced. “It’s an amazing set for the money,” says PowerBilt President Ross Kvinge. “We’ve incorporated the latest in design technology with a respected brand name at a price that gives ladies the ability to shoot low scores and pay a low price for a top-notch set of clubs.”

The Countess is available in three popular colors: magenta, cyan and lime green. The right-hand model comes in three sizes: standard, petite (1-inch short) and 1-inch long. Left hand comes in standard lengths.

“We believe retailers will find the Countess price point to be a nice sweet spot for this offering,” adds Kvinge. “Plus, the Countess will be easy to sell because it’s a feature-rich set of clubs that has everything going for it – great price, the latest in technology, plus a fashionable design and colors. You can’t go wrong.”

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