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DO SINGLE LENGTH GOLF CLUBS SUIT YOUR GOLF SWING?

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6 thoughts on “DO SINGLE LENGTH GOLF CLUBS SUIT YOUR GOLF SWING?

  1. I think that single-length does make sense but one must keep mind that not all humans have the same arms length thus a 7 iron length may not fit everyone. Based on my arms length, I would require a 9 iron to which I agree demonstrated by the quality of shots with that club. I hit the ball almost flush 90 percent of time. Unfortunately, Cobra doesn’t offer that length, only 8-iron. I recommend the website One Golf Club website – I’m not promoting the site but provides considerable amount of info. Just uncertain of the quality of the clubs.

    Russell – continue the great down-to-earth lessons.

  2. what i do not understand from the data is why the 7 iron produced more distance over the normal 7 iron when basically they ar e the same club in length… all 7 irons.. Is there a reason for the distance gain?

  3. I switched to the Cobra F8 one length last spring and I went from a 12 to a 6.5 in one season. I don’t see going back! I am so consistent now it’s crazy. I’m thinking about going to the Cobra Black Forged tec because the look and feel a lot better. My striking has improved so much I don’t really need all the help the F8 offers and I can really shape the ball with the Forged Tec. I am In love with One length! Would love to see you guys compare the forge tec Ones to the F9 Ones!!!

  4. So I’ve struggled with long irons all the time I’ve played golf, single length clubs gave me a consistency that I never had from 5 iron up. I’ve now moved to the single length hybrids in 25, 22 and 19 which has given me much better ball flight and shot shaping, single length irons 9,8,7 and 6 and my wedge, 52, 56 and 60 are all standard length. I feel I now have the tools to really enjoy the game. I’m not scared of any shot or any club in the bag. I’ve never enjoyed golf as much as I do now in 30 years of playing.

  5. In general the F9 is a longer club than the F8 was, therefore to validate your test you need to test F9 variable Vs F8 variable length irons to see if the distance gained was down to one length, or not.
    I am gaming Cobra F7 one length irons ( age 64/ handicap 19.5) and would not go back to variable length irons. The consistency of my irons now is just better than I could achieve with variable length irons. They are ideal for learners new to the game. I bought my F7 second hand to try out single length without needing a big cash outlay. I am hoping that someone will buy F9 single length irons and not like them and offer them for sale!

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