1 Iron: Our original irons that 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. (Specifications)
Pro-line: Based upon the proven clubhead design of our original 1 Irons, we designed these for the low handicap and professional golfer incorporating the design features that they prefer: lighter clubhead weight for added swing speed, 2º stronger loft angles for a more penetrating ball flight, and a stiffer shaft tip section for enhanced stability through impact. (Specifications)
Blackstone: Our premier line of irons. These are without a doubt the most advanced set of Single-Length irons in the golf industry. Proper clubface alignment at address is key when it comes to dropping approach shots on the pin. Alignment being off by only 1º or 2º either way means adding an extra 8 to 15 feet to your birdie putt. The Blackstone's bright white scoring lines against the black PVD background makes club-face alignment exact and automatic at address and shafting with our proprietary black steel shafts eliminates any potential glare at address. Old fashioned club numbering has been replaced by the actual loft angles for precise club selection and distance control. (Specifications)
Our irons are not method specific and are played and recommended by conventional PGA instructors as well as single-plane (Natural Golf), PPGS, Stack and Tilt, and other swing method instructors and advocates. Regardless of the swing method or address position used the ideal position of the body, wrists, and arms are identical at the point of ball impact. Simply put, it is not important how you get to the ideal impact position as long as you end up in the ideal impact position. Consequently, since your 1 Irons are custom built to your ideal club length in relation to the ideal impact position they will produce enhanced ball striking no matter what swing method is employed. In might be of interest to note that Moe Norman (single-plane swing) played single-length golf clubs throughout his entire competitive career.