Sterling Irons® single length iron specifications
Updated June 2017 to include our new 60-degree Lob Wedge w/ zero bounce heel grind!
Get yours at http://www.sterlingirons.com!
Been wanting to add a Lob Wedge to your Sterling Irons® single length iron set?
Now you can!
This 60-degree Lob Wedge has been giving a traditional wedge shape look that seamlessly blends in aesthetically with the rest of your set.
You can play the wedge normally for high-lofted shots from heavier rough and sand using the 8-degrees of center sole bounce.
But the secret sauce is in the 0-degree heel bounce grind.
Short game artisans can open the club face up and the club sits down lower for playing flop shots from tighter lies and hard pan type sand.
Boom! Say hello to my little friend!
Add yours to your set by contacting us at http://www.sterlingirons.com or via email@example.com!
“Just love my new Sterling Irons® set!
I do hit each iron about 10-15 yards longer than my older Ping G10 irons, but the largest benefit for me has been the reduced shot dispersion.
I have never stood over a shot from 200 yards away and felt this much confidence that I am either going to be on the green or within 5-10 yards of it.
For an amateur who has played for the last 28 years with an 11-14 handicap, there is just not a whole lot more I can ask for. Thank you Tom!”
– Andy P
“Single-length noticeably improved my accuracy with wedges. I wasn’t expecting that at all.
I attribute it to several factors.
The posture is always comfortable and relaxed – no need to bend down more and thus add tension, and those embarrassing sporadic “skulls” are virtually eliminated.
The setup – particularly the shoulder angle and eye position – is always the same, so “on-target” has only one “look”. I can now tell exactly where I am aimed, whereas before it seemed a little vague.
Until you try single length, you will always wonder “what if”. After you try it, you won’t even dream of going back.”
– Mitch B