The Gold Standard
of Single-Length Irons
of Single-Length Irons
For over 20 years our 1 Irons have been the industry standard for Single-Length golf club design and performance. There is no substitute for experience!
Our iron lines are not built for any particular handicap, age, or skill level.
Our cavity backed perimeter weighted clubhead design provides a maximum forgiving clubhead experience.
All three lines are the easiest to hit irons you will ever own.
A custom fitted set of single-length golf clubs produces a stunning increase in consistent ball striking, distance, and accuracy for golfers of all skill levels and is the premise of the One Iron Golf System.
Ultra Game Improvement
Independent Maltby Playability Factor (MPF) testing conducted independently by The GolfWorks resulted in our 1 Iron Pro-lines being classified as Ultra Game Improvement irons, the highest classification. The Maltby Playability Factor is the golf industry standard for iron playability classification.
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, Pro-Lines, and Blackstones 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. It might be of interest to note that Moe Norman (single-plane swing) played single-length golf clubs throughout his entire competitive career.
Still waiting for them
ISo Far Great driver. I havent got all the distance I had with my other driver (its close) but I feel more consistent and I'm in the fairway more with less bad shots so thats a big win. Not slicing nearly as much and feel more confident on the tee. Need a little more practice and I think the distance will come. So the driver gets 5* from me. The only thing (non club related) is that the covers for the Driver, 3 Wood, 5 wood are basically useless. They don't stay on the club even if you are able to attach the small velcro pieces together and are a pain to try and put on quickly if at all so I stopped trying. You really need to get covers that come over the shaft as well. Maybe spend a little more on the covers. I will use my covers from my old woods since they will stay on.
I have been playing 1 Iron's single length clubs for about a year.now and am very pleased.with them. Better contact and I have seen no loss in distance, even with the longer irons. My club head speed remains the same as with my old blades, about 110 mph.
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I have been out on the course 4 times with my new Blackstone Irons.. Initially, I was chunking my hits quite a few times trying to find the revised pattern swing required for the irons .....but by the fourth-round consistency came into play. I was hitting the balls down the middle of the Fairway on a consistent basis. A major Improvement in my game! The only issue I found, being a six-foot-three muscular character I found the irons to be slightly too light. Ideally, the mass of the heads should be a few Oz heavier. But on the positive side, I've seen a major Improvement in my golf and my golfing experience. Very pleased with the purchase.