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.