Why would you as a Golfer want to change from Traditional Length Irons to Single Length Irons?
Watch the video below by Mark Crossfield.
- Do you have time to practice enough to be a great golfer?
- Do you want to simplify your game and make it more fun and easier to score better?
- How much practice time do you have?
- How often do you practice?
Single length clubs promote a simple concept to make playing the game easier. You only need one swing for all of your irons. Better ball striking, more accuracy, more consistency, leads to lower scores.
Mark hits a full set of Wishon Sterling Single Length irons and records the data for comparison. Lots of great information about single length performance.
You can purchase either Wishon Sterling Irons or PinHawk irons from this web site. See below
The single length idea have been popularized recently by the Current NCAA Champion and Current US Amatuer Champion Dryson DeChambeau. The idea is simple. All irons are the same length, same weight, same lie angle, same swingweight/MOI and all should swing the same way from club to club. The only difference in each club is the loft to achieve different distances, the same as traditional clubs.
Here is a video clip from Bryson DeChambeau: The Golf Scientist. By now you are probably aware of his performance at Augusta in the 2016 Masters. He was in second all alone through 35 holes. The clubs work.
Both are quality products but the Sterling is a higher priced club and is reported to have more technology to help golfers gain more distance. The proof is in the pudding though and since the Sterlings are just now shipping it will be a while before we know how the PinHawk and the Sterling compare. If you want to find out try one of our members below and hit some demo clubs and find out how you like them.
The PinHawk set has a 4 hybrid option and the Sterling has a 5 hybrid option. Both are a result of the current success of NCAA golf champion Bryson DeChambeau using single length clubs. Although single length clubs have been around for a long time, DeChambeau winning the NCAA Championship and his recent success has helped to spur a new interest in single length irons in golfers around the world.
Bryson DeChambeau recently became the 2015 NCAA Individual Men’s Champion. He is a Physics major at Southern Methodist University (SMU) – and he has taken a very interesting approach to the golf clubs he plays with.
Of note… all of his irons are one length – 37-1/2 inches – and one lie angle – including his long irons and all of his wedges. Each club head weight is the same – 268 grams – and so the MOI and swingweight of each club is exactly the same. He has decided to do this so that he can use exactly the same golf swing for each club. The clubs where specially built for him.
His success has spurred interest in single length clubs. From the scattered reports from the sets that have gone out many golfers are finding them easy to hit and more consistent. It’s too early to say with certainty that the single length will work for all golfers but it seems at this point it does help some.
The demand has been such that the initial offers were sold out in record time and both companies listed here are struggling to get resupplied. It looks like it may be May or afterward before supply catches up with demand for single length irons. If you are interested you may need to buy now if you can find them available, or be prepared to wait a few months for supplies to catch up.