Designing the 1 Iron Regal Irons with David Lake of One Iron Golf

We are proud to introduce our new line of irons, the 1 Iron Regals. They are designed for truly dynamic ball striking and a rock-solid feel at impact. A deep perimeter weighted, undercut rear cavity produces a level of forgiveness on off center hits that is not found on standard clubhead designs – truly an Ultra Game Improvement iron. The Regals are plated with an extremely durable gold finish which is not only eye popping, but also virtually impervious to excessive wearing typical of other coatings. We regard the Regals as the ultimate in solid ball striking, accuracy, and distance when compared to other irons throughout the golf industry. Custom built to a single club length, which is the hallmark of 1 Iron Golf (the leader in single-length irons for over 25 years), our Regals will produce the highest level of consistency and ball striking for any golfer. The Regals join our other lines of irons: 1 Iron, Pro-line, and Blackstone, to provide the benefits of single-length play at all price points for our customers. In conjunction with our driver, fairway woods, and putter we offer a complete game for any golfer.

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  • David

    Can I get irons with the conventional marking on them? Pw 9 ect. And what set would you recommend for a 4 time a week player?
    1 Iron Golf replied:
    Hi David, we only designed the 1 Irons and Pro-Lines with numbers, all newer designs feature the actual loft angle. This is why we include the distance clips with the Blackstones and Regals and advise you to take them to the range. The clubs are made in 4° loft angle increments and once you know one club’s yardage there will be precise 10-yard gaps as you move up and down the set. As far as the iron # – it is arbitrary as there are no standards for loft angles and their corresponding numbers in the golf industry. So the 19° could either be a #3 or #4. Here is a great article written by our president to explain this: we also have videos about this on our YouTube channel @oneirongolf. Let us know if you have more questions.

    As far as recommendations go, you can’t go wrong with any of our lines of irons since they are extremely forgiving for golfers of all skill levels and will greatly improve your game and lower your scores. They have been rated Ultra Game Improvement by independent Maltby Playability Factor testing.

    1 Irons: Designed for the high handicap golfer who only plays occasionally but wants the performance that our irons are known for at a very affordable price. Pro-line: Designed for the experienced golfer who plays regularly and desires the extra distance and control/consistency that these irons provide. Blackstone: Designed for the golfer desiring the lowest handicap possible. Our Blackstone irons represent the future of iron play in the golf industry. Simply put, they are the highest performance irons in golf. Regal: Designed based upon the high performance of the Blackstone irons with a finish that tells people that you own the course when you play. If you want to make a statement of superiority in both performance and style then these are the irons for you.

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  • Jeff Brummette

    Why can’t you just make a conventional set one length. I can’t afford yours an I’ve been wanting a set of one length irons for years. So I think I will try to make my old pings one length.
    1 Iron Golf replied:
    Hi Jeff,

    It is not possible to build or convert a set of golf clubs for single-length play using conventional clubheads. A set of single-length clubheads must be the exact same weight and have the exact same lie angle, bounce angle, face offset, etc., plus the shafts must be the exact same flex throughout the set. Conventional clubheads are progressively weighted in 7gram increments from the #3 iron through the wedges and have progressive lie angles, offsets, bounce angles, and progressive shaft flex throughout the set. It is impossible to adjust the lie/loft angles of conventional irons without creating stress fractures in the hosel, and certainly cannot bend them over 2º without snapping the hosel. Therefore, it becomes impossible to modify a set of conventional iron clubheads for single-length play.

  • Bruce Kieran

    Can u send me a catalogue
    1 Iron Golf replied:
    Hi Bruce! We don’t have a catalog, just an online store.

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