What The Heck Are One Length Irons?

What The Heck Are One Length Irons?

You may have heard some of the buzz stemming from Cobra’s launch of their F7 One Length Iron and have probably wondered, “what the heck is this one length thing?”  You’re not alone and at Austad’s, we were actually a bit skeptical as to how well these clubs would actually perform.  What we can say after hitting the Cobra One Length Irons ourselves and working with customers, is that these clubs rock and they could be just the thing for a lot of golfers.

 

What the Heck Are One Length Irons?

One Length Irons are exactly what they sound like – irons that are all the same length.  The thinking is that every player has their favorite club and for a lot of golfers, that club is the 7-iron.  Cobra has created a forged set of irons where every iron is the length of a comfortable, friendly 7-iron and it is making things radically simpler for a lot of golfers.

 

Why Should I Give One Length Irons a Try?

1. Simplified Swing – Proper setup includes foot positioning, spine angle and ball position and many other variables.  These variables change as you switch between longer and shorter length clubs, causing more room for error.  With one setup and one swing, you can simplify the entire process.


2. Tighter Shot Dispersion – While the Cobra F7 One Length Irons are just as long as anything out on the market, testing has shown that because your swing is more consistent, you have fewer shots that are offline.

 
3. Fully Customizable – While some golfers may love the idea of a full set of one length irons, other golfers may prefer one length for longer irons for more control and variable length in the shorter irons.  The great news is that One Length Irons can be combined with Cobra’s F7 Variable irons to create the perfect set for you.  Stop by any Austad’s Golf location and speak to a Certified Fitting Pro today and they can help you find the right set with the right specs.

 

Who Are One Length Irons For?

 

A better question might be “who aren’t one length irons for”?  Anyone who wants to simplify their golf game should give these clubs a try.  Focusing on one swing and one setup makes the game so much easier and for a lot of golfers, the consistency leads to fantastic results on the course.  In a nutshell, you’re probably going to play better and that means you’re going to have a lot more fun on the course?

 

Still not convinced One Length is right for you?  Don’t take our word for it.  Here’s PGA Pro Bryson DeChambeau talking about why he plays Cobra One Length Irons and why you should give them a try today:

 


 

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