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For over 25 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. Capitalize on precision and accurate shot making with the Blackstones. Proper clubface alignment at address is everything 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. With a set of Blackstones you will find a lot more birdies on the golf course. Click here for all our Blackstone Line offerings.
- Custom Built: Used/Demo Irons are STILL custom built to ensure they are in excellent condition. Custom built single-length irons fitted based upon your wrist-to-floor measurement. All Blackstone Irons come with head covers. Distance clips are included in Blackstone Irons Sets. Conforms with the Rules of Golf and built in the USA.
- Shaft: Shafted with our proprietary Black Steel shafts for zero glare and extreme tour performance with shaft flex plane orientation (Spine Align/Puring), and identical shaft flex throughout the set.
- Clubhead: Loft angles instead of club numbering for precise distance control with bright white scoring lines for precise clubface alignment at address. State of the art precision face and sole grinding. The deep undercut rear cavity produces a low center of gravity for maximum trajectory and distance with identical swing-weight and moment of inertia (MOI) throughout the set.
- Finish: Black PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish for zero glare at address. PVD finish produces a harder surface for extra ball compression and greater distance. Bright white scoring lines for precise clubface alignment at address.
- Grips: We only install our proprietary 1/8” oversize grips on our golf clubs which are produced exclusively for us by Lamkin.
- Experience: Enjoy greater consistency with a custom built set of single length irons and woods. Being in business for over 25 years we have perfected single length play. Ditch convention for common sense.
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.
The chat room was very helpful An being able to purchase one of your demo sets helped the sale drastically !! Thank you
Have these Blackstone for 2 weeks. Took some adjustments but getting better every day. Love them.
I purchased a full set of demo/used Blackstones, 3-LW and took them on vacation with me recently. Some info about me: I’m 6’3 and swing a driver around 112 mph with ball speeds around 160, though I can at times put it out farther when all is clicking. I have been playing Taylormade P790 with X100 Tour Issue shafts the last 3 seasons. Love my 6i and 8i, hate my 5i and 7i and regularly miss the green from easy spots with my PW and 9i thanks to pulled shots. I live in NE WI and the weather in the winter is brutal. I had been planning a full-bag renovation at Club Champion, but thinking about my game and reading about these clubs, it just made too much sense to my engineer brain…but I had some questions. Questions a trip to Aruba would answer over the course of a week of absolutely fascinating golf learning.
Question 1: they are cast…how do they feel?
Question 2: will the shafts hold up to my speed and sometimes violent transition? Would the spin be way too high…especially in constant 20-30+mph winds from the east on coastal links?
Question 3: what would really, really long sand and lob wedges be like?
The reality is that the feel of a shot hit on the screws is very, very pleasant with these clubs. I hit 4 and 5 irons on the button a number of times…after bunting one into the long stuff, pulling a couple and hitting them way shorter than I thought I should a few times. But on hole 6, after a snapped drive into the wind, I sizzled a 4i onto the green from 180 into the gale. I was dumbstruck how good that shot felt; how far it went into the wind and how it was sitting next to the stick when I got up there.
I had absolutely zero trouble with shots ballooning; only a couple short iron shots ran away from me down wind and I could accurately club up or down for what I was facing.
Lastly, after having some really good and really bad results with the 55 and 59, I have come sprinting back to my wedges. I am going to play the 51 for a while because it is so good on full shots, but my vokeys were back in the bag as soon as I got home. Some of it is that I haven’t had time to practice with these and the ball positions you need to play partial shots around the green, but a smaller swing radius makes more sense to me.
I played two rounds and had three range sessions with the wind straight in my face at Tierra Del Sol and have figured out how to hit several different shots with the Blackstones, but mostly they go were you point them…which for a 15.6 that longs for his days under 10, is a miracle.
I’ve built clubs and have done my own shafting, regripping, loft/lie bending etc for friends and family and am a huge believer in spine aligning clubs the way 1irongolf does. It makes a difference.
This is a wonderful concept and is very well executed. My P790s are on the trading block on Golfwrx as I write this. I did notice the black finish come off the shaft of the LW after a massive lash through some underbrush on a downwind par3 where I should have clubbed down a club or two more because of how pure and high I hit it and the rocky terrain left a number of silvery scratches on the soles and leading edges of several of the clubs…things you don’t see with a standard finish…but these things are good…really good.
Thanks for making a unique and outstanding product.
Very much like my clubs, I hit them more solid, higher trajectory, and with more accuracy. Very happy.
I’m still loosening up from the winter and dialing them in. So far so good. I love the look and feel.
Found clubs packaged nicely and in excellent condition for a “demo set”. Looking forward to striking that first ball. They set up beautiful. Previous iron set served me well, 40yrs old, with a similar black look minus the great white outline. Like the feel. Photos to my two sons sent advising they are next! Thanks David for staying the “course” ;).
I bought a blackstone demo set 29* to 51*. The demo set was in great shape, almost new. I love these irons. Extra easy to hit and felt great in my large hands.
One length golf clubs
Very good so far, although I wish each club would indicate how it’s loft relates to normal five iron, six iron, 7-iron ETC
Very hard, for the novice, who doesn’t know the various degrees of a traditional iron set, to know what club to use.
It will take some time, which would be on necessary, if the irons were traditionally numbered In addition to the loft number.
Happy so far!
I’ve played sports all my life but took up golfing late. I wasn’t a great golfer because of my limited time with the sport. One of my weaknesses was adjusting to the different iron lengths. I’m so much better now with my One Irons - about 10 strokes per round - and due to the positive results, excited to play more golf and continue the improvement. Great service too! Five stars all the way!