Questions Pertaining to Clubs
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
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.
Designed for the experienced golfer who plays regularly and desires the extra distance and control/consistency that these irons provide.
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.
Designed based on 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 performance and style, these are the irons for you.
View the specifications for each line: https://1irongolf.com/pages/single-length-irons
Human beings all have the same mechanical structure regardless of size, strength, age, or gender. The hinging points or axis are the same for everyone as well as skeletal, tendon, joint, and muscle function. This is why exercise machines at a health club can be used by anyone and produce the same results. The only adjustment necessary in these machines is for the length of the arms, legs, etc. of the individual. By the same token all golf clubs should be built to the same specifications with the only adjustment being made to the length of the golf club in relation to the optimum lie angle.
It is true that the stronger golfer will achieve greater distance than the weaker golfer and is the reason why golf courses offer varying tee box locations. This is just a function of individual strength that produces a greater swing force with a higher swing speed, but it does not alter the sound mechanical principles of a well designed golf club. For instance, those golfers with a very low swing speed should substitute #5 and #7 woods for the #3 and #4 irons. The specifications of the golf clubs, however, should never be altered based on the strength of the golfer. A mechanically perfect golf club design is mechanically perfect for everyone regardless of strength, size, age, or gender. 1 Iron Golf clubs are being played and enjoyed by men and women in every age and strength category world-wide.
The benefits of the One Iron Golf System cannot be realized by testing only one or two irons. The power and consistency inherent in using only one swing plane, one swing posture, and one ball position can only be realized through the use of a complete set of irons. A single 1 Iron Golf club is just another club in your bag, whereas a set of 1 Iron Golf clubs creates a system that produces stunning results.
Our irons, low-profile fairway woods, and putter are built with optimized steel shafts. Optimized steel shafts greatly outperform graphite when it comes to clubs that contact the ground through impact. Our driver is shafted with our proprietary optimized graphite shaft which is ideal for hitting a ball that is sitting on a tee and never makes ground contact.
Unfortunately, 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, and face offset throughout the set. Conventional clubheads are progressively weighted in 7 gram increments from the #3 iron through the wedges and have varying lie angles, offsets, and bounce angles which cannot be adjusted without creating stress fractures in the hosel, furthermore, if bent over 2º the hosel will snap. In addition, a conventional set of irons has progressive shaft stiffness from the #3 iron down through the wedges which is another reason why you cannot simply cut down the shafts to make a single-length set. Therefore, it becomes impossible to modify a set of conventional iron clubheads for single-length play. Watch our video, "Conventional Versus Single-Length Irons," for a more in depth explaination.
Shipping & Locations
We ship worldwide. 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.
Not sure if you will need to pay import duties and taxes? Check with your local customs office for estimated duties/taxes, or use this link https://www.simplyduty.com/import-calculator/ for an estimate in your currency.
We custom build and ship all orders within 7-10 business days of purchase. Please allow an additional 2-3 days for FedEx delivery in the continental U.S. and an additional 4-5 days for delivery for international orders. Your 30-day return for new iron sets and clubs begins the day you receive your order, not the date of purchase.
As an internet based company we do not operate a store-front or other type of brick and mortar facility for customers to visit, make a purchase, or pick-up orders. Also, since all of our golf clubs are custom fitted/built by us for each customer, we cannot offer them through pro-shops or other golf equipment outlets but only through our website. However, you can take advantage of our 30-day return policy on new sets of golf clubs (does not include Demo golf clubs) to give yourself the chance to fully try-out our system 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. 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. Our return policy and warranty are detailed on our website.