Used/Demo golf clubs are those left over from our golf shows and demo day event. They are in excellent condition and an exceptional value at the discounted prices. Available in all sizes, fully covered under our limited warranty, but at the discounted prices are NOT included in our 30-day return policy.
ALL SALES OF USED/DEMO CLUBS ARE FINAL.
Our original irons, the 1 Iron Collection, introduced the golfing world to Single-Length play in 1997!
Without a doubt the easiest to hit irons that you will ever own. You can use the same swing and ball position with every iron and on every shot for a stunning improvement in your ball striking ability. Just imagine how your game will improve when your #3 and #4 irons are as easy to hit as your wedges. Click here for all our 1 Iron Line offerings.
Please allow 7-10 business days for your order to ship.
Custom fitted based upon your wrist-to-floor measurement (see below for measurement instructions).
Steel shafted for the highest level of consistency/accuracy.
Identical club length throughout the set.
Identical clubhead lie angle, swing-weight and (MOI), and shaft flex throughout the set.
Bottom two scoring lines paint filled white to make clubface alignment precise and easy.
Deep undercut rear cavity produces a low COG for maximum trajectory and distance.
The classic club-head shape and mid-size top-line promote full confidence at address.
Tour proven - Conforms with the Rules of Golf.
Built in the USA.
Custom Fitting Single Length Irons
All human beings share the same skeletal, muscle, tendon, and joint functions and from a mechanical standpoint are the same regardless of height or sex. Non-mechanical differences arise in custom fitting however, for instance: the height of a bicycle seat needs to be greater for a taller person than a shorter person even though the mechanical design of the bicycle remains the same. By the same token there is only one true fitting variable in the building of golf clubs and that is club length. Based upon your wrist-to-floor measurement we adjust your club length to correspond to the lie angle of our club-heads in order to ensure a proper fitting.
Taking your Wrist-to-Floor Measurement:
The wrist-to-floor measurement should be taken while standing on a hard surface.
Wear jogging/gym shoes (not golf shoes).
Stand with your back against the wall at strict military attention. Place your shoulders and head against the wall, your feet together, and your arms rigid and straight down at your sides.
Hold a pencil in your right hand (right handed golfer). Back your arms against the wall and then take the pencil and make a mark where your left wrist joint hits the wall. Just the opposite for a left-handed golfer.
Measure from this mark to the floor.
Important: Do not round-up the measurement to the next higher inch increment. For instance, if your measurement is 34 and 7/8″, do not round up to 35″.
One Iron Golf Club Lengths
Do not order based upon what you consider to be your favorite iron (ie: #7 iron), and do not use that corresponding wrist-to-floor measurement when placing your order. When ordering you need to specify your actual wrist-to-floor measurement to ensure a proper fitting. This chart reflects club length based upon our club-head lie angles. Consequently, our fitting process does not apply to any other brand.
For the taller golfer: based upon your wrist-to-floor measurement you may be concerned that your irons would be a typical #3 or #4 iron club length; however, do not compare your measurement to your current #3 or #4 iron. The lie angles of your “long” irons are much flatter than ours which, at your size, requires you to bend over excessively and reach out for the ball at address. The club head lie angle of our irons is 63.5º which is far more upright and allows you, for the first time, to stand upright and much closer to the ball at address resulting in the ideal upright swing posture and swing plane. The taller golfer benefits the most from our fitting formula since they have never played golf clubs that have even come close to fitting them properly. The result being that they have had to develop a very inefficient posture and swing where they are bent over excessively and reaching way out for the ball with every iron in the bag.
How Does the Wrist-to-Floor Measurement Work?
It is based upon trigonometry. At the point of ball impact in the downswing, your wrist, the ground, and the club-head, form a right triangle. Assuming an ideal swing posture, there is a non-linear mathematical relationship between your wrist-to-floor measurement while standing at attention and your wrist-to-ground distance at ball impact.
The club-head lie angles are known for the irons and fairway woods as well as the length of one side of the right triangle based upon your mathematically factored wrist-to-ground distance at impact. This gives us the measurement of two angles and the length of one side. We then use trigonometry to solve for the hypotenuse or club length. This is somewhat oversimplified as we factor in shaft deflection and numerous other factors. The fitting formula that we developed produces the ideal golf club length for anyone regardless of height or arm length.
You can purchase your order using any of the options listed during checkout. If you would rather pay with a check or money order, contact us for instructions through the Contact page of this website. This option is available to USA residents only.
Since all orders are custom built your credit card will be charged when production begins (within 24 hours).
On the shipping date you will receive an email with your tracking number.
Ohio residents will be charged 7.25% sales tax.
We ship world-wide.
International shipping charges include brokerage/clearance fees.
Import duties and taxes are the responsibility of the customer and will be collected upon delivery. If these taxes are not paid your order will be shipped back to us and we will deduct from your refund the cost of shipping both ways and the import duties/taxes charged to us. Check with your local customs office for estimated duties/taxes.
Fully try-out our golf clubs at your home course and at your convenience for a full month. We feel that to truly evaluate a set of golf clubs to determine if they are right for you takes time; and hence, our 30-day return policy (does not include Used/Demo golf clubs, Accessories, or Special Orders). To our knowledge we are the only golf club manufacturer in the entire industry who offers a full money-back return policy on golf clubs after they have been played which should tell you volumes about our commitment to our customers.
If you are not completely satisfied you may return your golf clubs within 30-days of receipt for a full refund of your original purchase price (no hidden fees or re-stocking charges). A return authorization must be obtained before we can accept a return of merchandise. Contact us for this authorization on-line through the Contact page of this website. Shipping/handling charges are not refundable. All contents listed on the original Packing Slip must be included for a full refund. Return shipping charges are the responsibility of the customer. Our return policy is only valid once per customer. Any alterations to the original golf club voids this policy.
If shipping from outside the USA make sure to show that the country of origin is the USA and is a return of USA manufactured goods on the customs form. Also, be sure to make clear that you (the shipper) are responsible for all shipping charges and any brokerage/storage/handling/duties and taxes incurred.We will not accept any return package where a payment is due - the shipment will be returned to you at your cost. Any charges incurred by us will be deducted from your refund.
We warrant our golf clubs to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year following the original ship date. We will, without charge to the original purchaser, repair or replace the club if it proves to be defective during normal use within this period (normal use does not include misuse or abuse and the associated damages ie: dents on the top, side, rear, or sole of a wood club-head). This does not cover grip or cosmetic wear and tear due to normal usage. Any alterations to the original golf club voids this warranty.
At first I was skeptical, wondering if loft alone was enough, but my loss of yardage in my long irons is negligible. The wedges fly super high and land really soft. And the mid to short irons are wicked. Can’t wait for the driver lol!
I'm a believer
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.
I had gotten so comfortable with my traditional wedges and having a better short game than the folks I play with that moving to single-length wedges seemed a bad idea. However, after really liking the initial results with my Pro-Line irons I bit the bullet and added the wedges. They take some getting used to, but they are working well for me. Another few weeks and I will probably forget I ever used anything else.
Of course it rained the entire first week but I'm going thru each iron one by one--with hitting only 50 or so balls per session. Trying to go every day but life happens. Down to 4 and 3 irons. I can't help but think you "scammed" me by telling me the clubs were demos. They look and feel absolutely new. All my golf buds think they are brand new and I'm not telling them otherwise.
I’m a believer... These irons immediately improved my game. I constantly ride the line of wanting to tell everyone I play with and not telling anyone to maintain a competitive advantage. Since implementation of these irons I no longer have the complete meltdown holes of duffing long iron shots or missing greens inside 100 yards. I still have the shot here and there that’s super fat, but I’ll
Tell you what... it still goes straight, every time. I’m now consistently placing 200 yard fairway wood shots onto the green for birdie puts and regularly paring consecutive holes, and If you knew my previous game... you’d be shocked. The consistency and accuracy is remarkable. Since starting these irons ive noticed after each round i feel more and more vindicated with my purchase. I no longer leave feeling like a botched another round of golf. I kick myself every time i pull out my brand new overpriced popular driver and not having spent that money on the dark horse wondering how much better my drive could’ve been... if you’re a guy like me who loves hitting the course with Your buddies and business associates but hates sucking... but these irons.
I'm 60+, new to golf (6-months) and was using an old set of Adams clubs someone gave me. They weren't fitted to me in any way and I quickly realized I was going to need new clubs. Went to the PGA superstore over several days and tried a dozen different types of clubs from different manufacturers - cast sets, forged sets, 100% hybrid setss... yadda yadda ... The one that made the most sense was a single length set - I think they were Cobras but I'm not sure (they all blurred after awhile LOL). From talking with dozens of great golfers at the club I joined the consensus was that using single length clubs would help make a "poor" to "good" golfer become a "very good" golfer...but wouldn't help a "very good" golfer become a "great" golfer. No idea whether that last part is true - but, that's not my problem LOL. Since I'm new to the game, my goals are modest - I'd like to stay out of the woods, avoid the water hazards, not embarrass myself with ghastly chunks and blades, get on the greens in regulation or regulation+1, and not have the course ambassador telling me to pick up the pace. Once I made the decision to go single length I then did my research and found One Iron on line. I ordered the full set as an early Xmas present to myself and couldn't be happier. When I hit the range I go from hitting 19 degree club through to hitting the 59 degree club with the same swing and have started to develop great consistency - both in hitting the ball cleanly and hitting each club a predicable distance. My confidence is way up and I went from the low/mid 90s to the low/mid 80s pretty quickly. Only downside to having one length clubs is that I did need to relearn how to chip and pitch from inside 40 but that's coming along. Other than that I figure these clubs will serve me well for many many years. The clubs seem very well made, came well packaged, and have great grips. I'll update in 6 months when I have more experience with them.