If you spend much time around golfers you have probably heard Single Length Golf Clubs talked about, or have seen a group standing around gawking at a set on the driving range. I had heard quite a bit about them, lots of talk in the club house and driving range, but the information all seemed a little confusing to me. So I decided to conduct my own research and see what I could find out single length golf clubs, and get the straight scoop on whether they were something the beginning golfer should consider purchasing.
What Are Single Length Golf Clubs?
The length of traditional golf clubs varies between clubs, typically there is ½ inch difference built into the set. So for example, the length of your 8 Iron is ½ inch shorter than your 7 Iron. Single length golf clubs eliminate these differences so your entire set is the same length, your 5 Iron is the same length as your 7 Iron as your 9 Iron. In fact, single length golf clubs have the same club length, the same swing weight, provide the same momentum, and the same shaft flex throughout a set of golf clubs.