Archive for March, 2016

Wondering how far you should hit the ball?

Friday, March 25th, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

Wondering how far you should hit the ball?

Use this chart I made for a general guideline.

It’s based off your driver club head speed.

Wondering how far you should hit the ball?

Club fitter/builder Ryan Barath’s thoughts on single length irons over at GolfWRX.com

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

Club fitter/builder Ryan Barath’s thoughts on single length irons over at GolfWRX.com

Club fitter/builder Ryan Barath's thoughts on single length irons over at GolfWRX.com

Once again we see that getting approach shots close helps you score low and win on the PGA TOUR

Monday, March 14th, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

Once again we see that getting approach shots close helps you score low and win on the PGA TOUR…a key benefit to our single length clubs!

http://www.pgatour.com/…/strokes-gained-valspar-championshi…

Once again we see that getting approach shots close helps you score low and win on the PGA TOUR

When fitting/testing your golf clubs

Friday, March 11th, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

When fitting/testing your golf clubs, keep in mind that potentially spin ⬇️, carry distance ⬆️, & shot height ⬆️ when hitting balls off mats versus grass.

Hitting the ball close with your irons is important for low scores

Monday, March 7th, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

Hitting the ball close with your irons is important for low scores. That’s one big advantage to single length irons like Sterling Irons®.

http://www.pgatour.com/…/strokes-gained-wgc-cadillac-champi…

Hitting the ball close with your irons is important for low scores

Spend over 2 years 4 months creating my own brand of single length iron called Sterling Irons…check!

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

Spend over 2 years 4 months creating my own brand of single length iron called Sterling Irons®…check!

The first sets are scheduled to start shipping around Ma

Spend over 2 years 4 months creating my own brand of single length iron called Sterling Irons...check

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