Single Length Irons Like Bryson Dechambeau

Single Length Irons Like Bryson Dechambeau. Mark Crossfield tests the Sterling irons from Jaacob Bowden and Tom Wishon to show you what Brysons idea with iron lengths could do for your golf game. this is a review of these golf clubs as well as a test of the idea of single length golf clubs.

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13 comments on “Single Length Irons Like Bryson Dechambeau

  • DWilliams says:

    Please , Please , Pleas Mark put these in your bag for a few Vlogs , Many of us are highly interested in these Sterling irons and would like more input from people playing them

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  • m4rtjones says:

    as a beginner it seems sensible approach as the 7 iron size is the most consistent for me anyway to hit, great idea hopefully you will take them for a spin around a course and give us your feedback

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  • Got fitted for a set about a month ago and finding them excellent! My iron play has really improved and so nice to hit a decent 5-iron, massive improvement over my Ping G20s. One thing I sometimes forget is to put ball in same position with 6 & 7!
    Now we have some warm weather in the UK and the fairways have hardened a bit, ball contact,is so much easier compared to the chunky sole G20
    Would recommend to anyone.

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    • How long did it take to get the irons? also did you have to pay extra to get it through customs ? and how much were the clubs in total . sorry for all the questions im intrested in them but its alot of money to pay out when you dont get to test them first

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  • What about peek hight? Does the shorter irons go as high, to create that drop and stop? Or do they balloon up in the air? And what about the longer 4, 3, 2? How do they with shorter shafts create that needed length?

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    • Marc Eekhout says:

      Dear Nicolai, 5 iron is the longest that can be made according to Wishon. I bought these clubs after the club fitter showed me that the dispersion of his 5 iron was so much better than my 5 iron. Really nice clubs!

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  • Guys, these have been done long long time ago. This isn’t a new concept at all. Check out the Tommy armour EQLs, and go on ebay and try to find a used set. Alternatively, get them hand built for you to your specs. Why just buy off the shelf/new if you are worried about price. Go get a Wishon fitter to build you a single club. Try it, and see how you like it. Then add accordingly. Off the shelf clubs do not provide the same result especially if you have some medical limitations. There are options to buying an entire set.

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  • Interesting idea, would love to try them but as you said in your review of the Cobra set I would need to.play with them first.

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  • This concept is becoming more viable as there are now 4 companies in the market and all have their ways to address the single length concept. 1Iron Golf, Sterling by Wishon, Cobra and Edel. I have seen the Sterling vs Cobra review, but am highly interested in how the 1Iron (Who has prioneered it) an Edel stack up

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