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.

Reblogged 3 weeks ago from www.youtube.com

11 Comments

  1. Some other golf youtuber (hint: he has a poo-beard) hit these, the straightest, tightest dispersion and most consistent he's ever hit any iron in hundreds of iron testing videos….then said they were crap and he didn't like them. Mug.

  2. Highly recommend these bats, I’ve been playing 18 months and had the sterling irons for 3 months. Took very little adjustment for me and I’ve lost no distance vs my mizuno jpx hotmetals. Spending so much more time in the fairway with these clubs.

  3. Very interesting, I think I'll take a spare set I don't play anymore and cut them to all 7 iron length. The 7 is about the longest iron I hit well, so it should be interesting to see how it affects my 6,5,4 irons. If I don't like it, I can always go back to my regular set. I bet there are a lot of folks like me that have AT LEAST one spare set in the closet :{)

  4. Based upon Mark"s honest review and vlog of a round of golf played with Coach, I purchsed these irons and I am so glad I did. This is the second time I purchased a set of clubs based upon your reviews. Thanks for your efforts and keep up the good work.

  5. Is the 5 iron head bigger than usual then? Cause normally in the longer clubs head has to be lighter to maintain swing weight? Bigger head more forgiveness I'd guess

  6. Wow, this is so interesting since for years I wanted all my clubs to be the same length. It's tough for me for the longer irons since I'm about 5'5" and those long irons force me to stand straight up. I hope this helps me make better contact.

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