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.
I’m better than scratch and have play traditional blade irons my whole life. I like these better!!! Shot 72 back tees at Torrey South first time I played them. Never hit long irons so pure!
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.