Superiority of Single-Length
Conventional golf clubs are built in 1/2 inch length increments with varying club head lie angles throughout a set. This means that besides the driver and putter you carry 12 clubs having 12 different lengths and 12 different lie angles. Consequently, in order to develop your full ball striking potential with conventional golf equipment you have to learn and master 12 different swings with 12 different swing postures, 12 different swing planes, and 12 different ball positions.
Since all of the irons in a set of single-length irons are the the same club length (custom fitted), weight, flex, and lie angle you can eliminate all of those extra unnecessary swings that you are now using and concentrate on just one swing and ball position. From that point on you are ingraining your one true fluid and powerful swing deeper and deeper with every shot you hit regardless of which iron you are using. No need to go to the range anymore with a bag full of irons - by practicing with just one iron you are effectively practicing with them all.
Single-Length Golf Clubs
Just like all golfers you have a favorite iron that you hit perfectly every time you pull it out of the bag. Why do you have just this one favorite iron out of your entire set? It is because it is the only one that actually comes close to fitting you properly and allows your body to make its most fluid and powerful swing.
It is simply common sense that in order for you to play your best all of the irons within your set should be built to the same fitting and dynamic specifications as this favorite iron producing an entire set of favorite irons (same length, weight, flex, lie angle, etc.). A custom fitted set of single-length golf clubs produces a stunning increase in consistent ball striking, distance, and accuracy for golfers of all skill levels and is the premise of the One Iron Golf System. Imagine being able to hit your #3 iron with the same ball striking consistency as you do your #9 iron and wedges.
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I lost just about all my ability to hit a decent iron shot. I got so desperate I tried a set of hybrids. I hit the ball a little better but I honestly don't believe the clubs fit me all that well. I read most of the info posted on this site and it made a lot of sense even though I was skeptical of the on-line fitting (that's what happened with the hybrids). I ordered the 5-pw used demo set figuring there wasn't much to lose. I followed the plan and went to the driving range the first two days; something I hardly ever do. I got comfortable swinging around my spine and worked hard at hitting the small ball first. The 9 iron felt really great and contact was nearly always center of face and the ball went straight. Not much distance as was warned. Took the clubs to the course and worked on keeping my swing the same with every club. It works. The ball goes where it's aimed and if the swing is good then impact feels great with just a small divot. Distance is not quite what I would like but I'm blaming that on just getting older and sometimes afraid to swing as fast as I can. So far I love the clubs and the results. Each time out gets a little better.
Unreal feel and good distance. Will help me drop to single digit handicap over the next few month. I have played the single length cobras for 3 years and these are far superior. Thank you 1irongolf!😀
The 3 wood looks old school but is amazing. I am 37 years old and play to a 14 handicap. I hit it 225 off the tee and 205 off the turf. I am honestly thinking of buying the 5 wood and 7 wood to replace my ping g425 max 7 & 9. Don’t hesitate just but them.
I’ve had my Blackstones 5-LW a month. They’re the first set of irons that I consistently hit in the middle of the face.
I’ve owned 2 sets of PXG’s, Titleists, TaylorMade & Callaway plus a set of Hogans. I was improperly fit many times incl. 2 deg. up, 2 deg. flat, standard, graphite, steel & steel fiber.
A company in Ohio that I never heard of or met to fit me properly.
Having 1 plane 4 all the irons helped my driver & hybrid swing also. Simply less stress.
When I ordered them my biggest concern was greenside bunkers. Surprisingly it is easy no matter the sand conditions. I use the LW for short shots & SW for longer bunker shots. I don’t have to open the blade. I just swing.
It takes getting used to the change in the lofts from other manufacturers who make theirs artificially strong. And they only have lofts on the bottom not an actual number (such as 5 iron). I fixed this problem by purchasing iron covers with numbers on them.
Something else I have noticed is I need to change how I align my approach shots. I used to have to allow for mishits but now I just aim at the flag or a spot on the green. They are that accurate.
One more thing. After using them for 3 weeks I went to PGA Superstore to try the single length Cobra’s. I figured I had 30 days to return my Blackstones so why not be sure. The Cobra’s were not as accurate nor did I hit them as far.
I won’t be returning these irons. Ever.