Archive for August, 2017

I currently use the Sterling Irons® 5h which I must admit is one of the best clubs I’ve ever had the pleasure of hitting

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

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“I currently use the Sterling Irons® 5h which I must admit is one of the best clubs I’ve ever had the pleasure of hitting. I use it from distances of about 160 upto approximately 185 yards. It’s a little cracker for around the greens and I also use it for knocking the ball out from under trees ets.

If I was a low handicapper using a traditional set I would still like to have a little club like this in the bag it is just so versatile.”

– Peter

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My scores dropped 2 strokes per nine on the average

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

“I have had my Sterling Irons® for over a year.

Ross in Chilliwack built my set and they were the first set he sold.

My scores dropped 2 strokes per nine on the average. (nine hole course) The wedges are dialed in and are great. Accuracy accounts for my stroke reduction.

Best clubs I have ever owned. I do have the five hybrid and would not part with it.”

– Steve

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It’s coming up to my one year anniversary with the Sterling Irons®, so I thought I would do an update of my personal findings

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

“It’s coming up to my one year anniversary with the Sterling Irons®, so I thought I would do an update of my personal findings.

When I got them (end Sept 2016) I was 9 handicap. From mid-Oct to mid-Nov I dropped to 7 handicap, which wasn’t a co-incidence.

In March our club had the “5 day champs” (for 5 day members and other categories outside of full members, and this comp is for us). So it’s not the main event but still quite big and was lucky enough to win it. I have since been referred to as the “Bryson deChambeau” of Westlake.

I am currently playing off 5.6, which is my lowest ever. So as you can see they are working for me.

Some of my observations:

1. Long irons were immediately easier with no real adjustment needed.

2. Short irons (PW & GW) were initially harder to get used to. My problem I think was that I’d try to hit them too hard (a mental thing). Now (as you have suggested) I trust them, and the wedges are great. I think it’s called “patience”?

3. Long iron ball flight is a bit lower, but also straighter for me (not sure if those things are related?). It’s windy in Cape Town so it actually helps. Again if you accept it and trust it, the results are good.

So all in all, I’m loving the clubs.”

-Fraser, South Africa, 9 handicap to 5.6 handicap

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In case you want to know how to hit the “crowd pleaser” with your Sterling Irons® wedge

Monday, August 28th, 2017

By Sterling Irons® Facebook

 

In case you want to know how to hit the “crowd pleaser” with your Sterling Irons® wedge…

In case you want to know how to hit the crowd pleaser with your Sterling Irons® wedge

The tight-lie low-spinning pitch with Snell Golf MTB ball & Sterling Irons® 57* SW.

Top ball – Flew 50 yards in to a slight upslope & spun back 3 yards.

Bottom two balls – flew 47 yards in to a downslope & stopped in 2 & 3 feet.

Keys: tight lie, good ball, clean grooves, low toe’ish intentionally mis-hit strikes

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