PGX Single Length Iron Set
Single length iron sets have arrived! We have taken our most popular PGX series and are now offering it in a single length option. Sure single length irons are not new to the golf industry but are becoming more and more popular in golf. Likely the most famous was the Tommy Armour EQL (sounds like equal to me) set of the late 80's. It makes a lot of sense to have a set where you can use
one swing for all of your irons. The consistent weight and length will give a true feel throughout the set.
- Balanced center of gravity
- Easier to hit, more forgiving and consistent
- Use the same swing for each shot
- Creates consistent distance between clubs
- Shaft and Grip:
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Darren rated this product on 04/15/21 After playing only 3 rounds with these clubs, I am thoroughly pleased with the feel and comfort of these clubs. Now that I address the ball the same for all clubs in the bag, the ball flight is consistent and true. I am now ready to bring my handicap down by simplifying my game with these one length irons.
Phillip rated this product on 04/01/21 Just got back from the range, must say these are the best clubs ever. After a couple adjustments at address each swing was consistent with solid contact. So happy with this product.
Randy rated this product on 03/24/21 I played with my new golf clubs yesterday and loved them. They will take a little time to get use to them being the same length. The quailty is very nice and I'm pleased wth them so far. Thanks
Norm B rated this product on 02/21/21 Just goy these clubs and took them to the range the first time. Nice sweet spot.easy swing on a seven iron hit target at 185 yards even when not hitting sweet spot hitting 140. Nice high flyers.The quality was much better than the pictures look. So far I love them. Cant wait to get used to them.
Jon rated this product on 02/18/21 I have been playing with offset irons for many years and have decided to try out the single length due to the overwhelming positive reviews I've read. Since PineMeadow's price point was hard to pass up, I went ahead and ordered their PGX One Length Irons to ascertain performance for myself. My current irons are TaylorMade M6's. Comparing the head profiles of the M6 and PGX1 looks similar; no wonder the description states "Compare to TaylorMade" irons. However, the TayloyrMade M6's has a lot of technology built in (perimeter weighing, vibration dampeners, power bridge, toe and heel weighing, etc). While I'm not sure what new technologies the PGX has compared to the M6's, it did state that it has a dampening medallion and nothing else. After playing 3 rounds with the PGX irons, I can see the benefits of single length irons. My groupings are a lot closer, more consistent and more confidence at addressing and hitting the ball. The deficiencies are forgiveness. You really have to hit the ball right in the middle of the face (sweet spot) in the mid to longer irons to at least get your desired range. Hitting from the toe will net a 5 to 10 yard negative difference compared to my TaylorMade M6 irons. Some additional weights on the toe and especially on the longer irons should net positive yardage. I noticed from the specs that the club weights from gap to 5 irons are the same. Additional weights should have been considered from 7 iron through 5 iron to help with accelerating the club face when hitting. My yardage on the PGX1 from 8 iron to Gap are a bit longer due to the club weight and shaft length (roughly a positive gain of about 3 to 5 yards). The shorter clubs (G through 8 iron) will accelerate faster with positive swing speed due to the longer shaft. Hope this evaluation will help fellow golfers in your decisions, I think they are worth a try for beginners at the price point PineMeadow has set.