Return customer, great customer service, fantastic products. The irons are on level with any top brand for quality and performance, having previously played big Bertha and then P790 irons, these perform as well/better in all aspects. The fitting is simple and works like a glove. Once you develop your single iron swing, they are incredibly accurate, I was decent with variable irons and better now. Love the wood lengths as well.
Loving my full set (3-LW) of LH Pro Line 1Irons. They look grest at address & are custom built on par with the best clubs you can find. 12 clubs, one ball position & one swing, love it
I bought your full set of irons plus your wedges the basic set and then the pro line I like them both because I get good distance better with the pro line and I use the single swing method that Moe Norman utilized
If I could make one suggestion please use a line or something under the nine iron to differentiate it from the six iron too easy to confuse
I like the length the same lie clubs work great with them I have gotten six holes on one on a pitch and putt course distances from 54 yards to 120 18 holes course. My ping clubs are out of my bag these are more than comparable
Thanks for your inquiry
The villages florida
Played the standard line for a couple years and decided to purchase the pro line, both great iron sets. The pro lines hit with a tad lower (still plenty high to me) trajectory but absolutely wallop the ball, I’ve been destroying my practice foam balls at a geometric rate, and hit some of my longest iron shots in 30 degree (F) temperatures at the local driving range with range balls.
Highly recommend, if you play standard length you will take a bit to perfect your swing, but once you do, they are very very good.
Needed club fast and 1 iron was right on point
Quick & accurate
I have used the Pro-Line irons for a little over a year. Easy to hit, accurate and consistent. Maybe proof could be my latest outing hitting to the green, from the rough, about 175 yards out, hitting my 5 iron and ball stops on the green 3 feet from the pin. This has been the results always straight at the target. Looking forward to seeing how the driver and fairway woods will work.
The quality of the clubs is very good. Great grips, good balance. I like the white lines on each club. It’s a heavy club. Heavier than the clubs I play, Mizuno. Still working with the One Irons. pretty big learning curve for sure. Good clubs.
Purchased proline irons handicap went down 4 places accurate yardage between
irons now interested in a set of regal irons.5 star rating for company service.
I've had them for about two year
They're solid. They do what I need them to do. They do as advertised
I think the price point is high considering how "boring" they are
Boring function - no shaft options (can't even put blackstone shafts into pro-lines), no grip options, can't adjust loft or lie, zero customization. I also think they are behind the technology curve but they state it hasn't changed in 20+ years... I'm just not sure if I believe their marketing
Boring looks - furrels are ugly and come loose right away, paint job is ugly but holds up well
Ultimately, you get what you expect... 20+ year old technology and style